Another quick and easy tutorial for kids this Easter, and you don’t need a lot of ingredients either!
Halloween is all about trick-or-treating, but not everyone is happy about all the sugar our kids consume, so I wanted to offer an alternative to sweets. These mini bath bombs are the perfect treat and are super fun, because they’ll reveal a hidden surprise in the bath!
Did you know, clays can also be added to bath bombs? These bath bombs combine the cleansing properties of clay with the detoxifying benefits of Himalayan sea salt for a wonderful bath experience.
What to do with the kids these school holidays? How about some bath bombs or easy soap tutorials? Or keep them occupied with some jelly soap or play dough soap. Lots of ideas here to keep the kids happy and busy!
The past two months, I’ve been busy testing micas, pigments and lakes in cold process soaps and bath bombs. I’ve blogged about it, but to make it easier for you to find these posts, I’ve created some colour guides for you to use and download.
Time: 30 minutes
Yields: 3-4 full bath bombs or 7-8 half bath bombs
Lavender is not something you usually associate with New Zealand, so it comes to a surprise to many to hear that there are several dozen commercial lavender growing farms here in New Zealand, some with tens of thousands of plants.
These luscious rose and shea butter bath bombs make wonderful last minute gifts for someone who deserves a bit of pampering
FD&C is an American labelling standard, which stands for Food, Drugs and Cosmetic. FD&C dyes have gone through rigorous testing, which makes them safe for use in foods and cosmetics, however, they are artificially made (not natural)