Make these Succulent Bath Bombs (Crafts for Teens)

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Succulent Bath Bombs remind me of those tiny fairy gardens you see sitting outside of everyone’s houses and in their gardens. Except these bath bombs can be used inside your very own house! These cool succulent bath bombs are perfect for your own home, to make as a gift for a friend, or to make as a craft with your teens.

Once you make these, you’ll want to make different versions of them and we have several recipes for homemade bath bombs. They are the most adorable bath bombs you’ll ever make!

Unique Bath Bombs

If you follow my blog quite often, then you know that I make several types of bath bombs. However, these Succulent Bath Bombs are the most unique bath bombs I’ve ever made. Not only are they the best bath bombs out there, they are a ton of fun to make! I’m going to walk you through how to make each one, it will be a ton of fun!

Succulent bath bombs

How to Use Bath Bombs

With each bath bomb tutorial I make, I also enjoy giving instructions. If you want to use a bath bomb, it’s not hard at all.

  • The water has to be warm, not too hot, and not too cold. Make sure you test the water before you add the bath bomb to it.
  • Put the bath bomb in the water and watch it work its magic. The Succulent Bath Bomb will dissolve in the water and you’ll be amazed as it fizzes.

Be careful not to get the Succulent Bath Bombs wet before you use them. Since these are made out of ingredients like baking soda and citric acid, they dissolve quite easily. You can make sure they don’t dissolve by keeping them in their packages before you’re ready to be used.

More Bath Bomb Recipes:

Pumpkin Spice Bath Bombs

Christmas Bath Bomb Recipe

Mexican Fiesta Bath Bombs

Mermaid Bath Bombs

Orange Bath Bombs

Strawberry Bath Bombs

Homemade Vanilla Body Scrub

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How to Make these Cool Succulent Bath Bombs

These little bath bombs remind me of walking around a garden center when spring first arrives. The cute little succulents used on these bath bombs are just adorable and get me every single time. I can’t get over the little plants and how adorable the “bottom” part of the plant looks. It truly does look like a succulent plant, dirt and all.

ingredients to make bath bombs

Ingredients for Succulent Bath Bombs

I can’t tell you how much you are going to love these cool succulent bath bombs! The whole family will enjoy relaxing in the tub with these. Succulent Bath Bombs are great for giving out as gifts too. Here are the amazing ingredients you will use in these bath bombs. Keep in mind that you’re also going to need about 4-5 tiny terra cotta pots.

Mixing together ingredients to make bath bombs

Whisk together the baking soda, citric acid, cornstarch, and Epsom salts. 

In a second bowl, combine the melted coconut oil, essential oil blend, and alcohol, mixing well. 

whisking together baking soda, citric acid, cornstarch, and epsoms salts

Add liquid ingredients 1 tsp at a time to the dry ingredients, mixing them slowly so as not to start the fizzy reaction. 

stirring bath bomb mixture

To the bath bomb mixture, add the brown mica powder and mix well. If you want more color, add some additional mica powder in 1 tsp increments.

bath bomb mold

Dust the bottom of the terra cotta pots with cornstarch. 

making bath bombs

Immediately pack the pots full of the brown mixture.

packing the brown mixture

Keep packing them!

making succulent bath bombs

Press 2-3 succulent sprinkles into the top of each pot.

succulent bath bombs

Allow the bath bombs to rest in the pots for up to 24 hours before gently tapping the side of the mold to release the bombs. Combine the alcohol and gold mica powder and paint the outside of each bath bomb. Allow this to dry (about 1 minute). 

succulent bath bombs

Use your bath bombs immediately or store them in an airtight container until you’re ready to use!

Is it Okay to Use Bath Bombs in a Jetted Tub?

I thought I’d answer this question on this bath bomb recipe. Is it okay to use bath bombs in a jetted tub? The answer is no. The ingredients can clog up your jets and ruin your jetted tub. It’s safer to use bath bombs in a regular tub that has zero jet power.

Will Bath Bombs Ruin Your Hair?

Luckily, the answer is NO! The ingredients from the bath bombs will not ruin your hair. It may make your hair turn out a little better. One thing is for sure, your hair will smell amazing, especially if you use a nice-smelling bath bomb!

The next time you decide to use a bath bomb, I hope you will give these Succulent Bath Bombs a try. They are some of my favorites! These bath bombs smell amazing and will leave your skin super soft.

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