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Easter Bath Bombs: Pink Bunny Lemongrass Bath Bombs

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I made little pink bunny Easter Bath Bombs for my daughter this week, using a simple Lemongrass bath bombs recipe.
Easter Bath Bombs - bunny

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Easter Bath Bombs: Bunny Mold

This is the first time I’ve actually made character bath bombs, but the cute little bunny egg mold I had on hand seemed the perfect shape and size for kid’s Easter Bath Bombs. I ended out loving using this as a bath bomb mold. I packed each side densely, and rather than squeezing the two sides together like with the big round ones I make for adults, I simply rapped each side of the mold on the counter to pop them out. Perfectly sized bath bomb tablets for kids. I don’t believe in making children’s baths too concentrated with ingredients. Their skin is well known to be more absorbent than adults. 

This is the mold I used to make the bunny Easter Bath Bombs with.  You may as while grab it now, egg molds like this a nearly impossible to find in stores (I know I tried).

Kotobuki Plastic Egg Mold, Rabbit and BearKotobuki Plastic Egg Mold, Rabbit and Bear

The bunny mold is also available as part of a 6pc set with more fun shapes if you prefer (car, fish, star & heart).

Why Lemongrass?

Lemongrass essential oil is one of the oils generally accepted as safe for kids. It is also a strong favorite of my daughter.

Benefits of Lemongrass Essential Oil

Lemongrass essential oil creates a generally soothing and uplifting atmosphere, which is great for a positive bedtime routine. It has a pleasant mild scent that is not is not too “perfumy”, and is mildly analgesic and antiseptic, so great for the little nicks and scratches of life as a kid.

… and well, bunnies like grass…lol.
Easter Bath Bombs - pink bunny

Lemongrass Bath Bombs Recipe

Makes approximately 10 bunny Easter Bath Bombs (assuming same mild is used).

Ingredients

Each is linked to the products in Amazon for your convenience. 

1/2 cup baking soda
1/4 cup cornstarch
1/4 cup epsom salts
1 tbs almond oil or fractionated coconut oil
1/4 teaspoon lemongrass essential oil
2 teaspoons witch hazel
pink gel food coloring (add to desired shade or slightly deeper)
1/4 cup citric acid

Directions

Whisk together the baking soda, cornstarch and epsom salts.

Add the oil, essential oil,witch hazel and food coloring. Mix, then add the citric acid and mix thoroughly.

Scoop into molds and press firmly to ensure a firm pack and well detailed bunny face and ears.

Tap mold on counter to drop the bath bomb out.

Allow to dry for a few hours before putting in airtight packaging.

Grab Your Supplies Here:

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Now Foods Essential Oils, Lemongrass Oil, 1 fl ozNow Foods Essential Oils, Lemongrass Oil, 1 fl ozAjent Citric Acid 100% Pure Food Grade Non-GMO (Approved for Organic Foods) 1 PoundAjent Citric Acid 100% Pure Food Grade Non-GMO (Approved for Organic Foods) 1 PoundWilton Gel Food Color Set, PrimaryWilton Gel Food Color Set, PrimaryViva Naturals Sweet Almond Oil, Hexane Free for Skin and Hair, 16 oz / 473 mlViva Naturals Sweet Almond Oil, Hexane Free for Skin and Hair, 16 oz / 473 mlViva Naturals Fractionated Coconut Oil, 16 ozViva Naturals Fractionated Coconut Oil, 16 ozEpsom Salt 2Lb (907g)Epsom Salt 2Lb (907g)Bob's Red Mill Baking Soda, 16 OunceBob’s Red Mill Baking Soda, 16 OunceThayers Alcohol-Free Witch Hazel Toner with Aloe Vera Formula, Unscented, 12 Fluid OunceThayers Alcohol-Free Witch Hazel Toner with Aloe Vera Formula, Unscented, 12 Fluid OunceBob's Red Mill Corn Starch, 22 OunceBob’s Red Mill Corn Starch, 22 Ounce

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