When I made my first dessert bath fizzier, my home smelled like heaven! They were one of the first items I ever sold in my shop. These fizzers smell so delicious and feel so good on the skin! They are super easy to make and I want to show you how you can make them in 7 simple steps! These fizzers are a wonderful party favor for your friends and family on any special occasion, like baby showers, bridal parties and birthdays!
Start with your ingredients! All of the ingredients can be purchased on Amazon. I made about 25-30 pieces of all together with the supplies I purchased. If you are making a smaller batch I suggest using these same brands in just a smaller amount.
Baking Soda - Arm & Hammer Baking Soda 3.5lbs - $13.29
Epson Salt- Epsoak Epson Salt 5lbs - $12.99
Citric Acid - Milliards Citric Acid 5 lb - $17.99
Corn Starch - Clabber Girl Corn Starch 3.5 lbs - $10.87
Coconut oil - Dr. Bronners Coconut Oil 14 oz - $10.00
Olive oil - De La Cruz Olive Oil - $11.79
Essential oils - Cliganic Essential Oils 6 scents - $12.99
Liquid Soap Coloring - Ktdorns 10 Liquid Mix Soap Colors - $12.99
Alternative options for oils:
Jojoba, grapeseed, avocado
Alternative options for citric acid:
Apple cider vinegar, lemon juice, cream of tartar
Then grab these supplies if you don't have them already!
Cupcake mold - X-haibei Silicon Cupcake Soap Pan - $7.99
Cake slice mold - Efivs Silicon Cake Mold - $9.99
Large mixing bowl
Mason jar with lid
Measuring cups & spoons
For slice cake molds, I used the cupcake tops as the topping for the sliced cake mold.
The Recipe! Note: These measures make about 1-2 fizzers with the cupcake and cake molds. So, if you want to make 10, 15, 20... You know the math! If not, ask someone!
1 cup baking soda
1/2 cup citric acid
1/2 cup Epsom salt
1/2 cup corn starch
3/4 tsp. water
2 tsp Essential oil (lavender, eucalyptus, Lemongrass, etc)
1 tsp coconut oil
1 tsp olive oil
A few drops of food coloring to your liking for color preference
Instructions! Remember these measurements make 1-2 fizzers! If you want to make twice as many then double the measured amount!
Step 1: Mix the dry ingredients in a large mixing bowl. Except for your citric acid which will be step 4.
Step 2: Pour all of the liquid ingredients in jar with a lid. Close the jar and shake well.
Step 3: Pour the liquid mixture into the bowl of dry ingredients. Use your hands to combine ingredients together.
Step 4: Add the citric acid. There will be slight fizzing because of the reaction of the citric acid.
Step 5: Add the mixed ingredients to your mold of choice. Fill to the top. It is ok if it overflows as you will be molding it.
Step 6: When it is nicely molded to your liking. Remove from mold and let it dry for 1-2 days
Step 7: Wrap & box them up for cuteness & freshness!
Bath fizzers (bombs) last up to 6 months. Around that time, the citric acid wears off and does not fizz as much. The same goes with alternative options. However, they are still great to use in your bath, as foot soakers or shower bombs. They will always make your home smell amazing!