I am actually disappointed I waited this long to try powdered milk in my bath bombs. It is something I have been meaning to do for awhile, but I kept forgetting to pick up the powdered milk to make them with. Since then, I have been quite pleased with the results of making milk bath bombs. Here is the simple milk bath bomb recipe I have been making for my daughter.
Milk Bath Bombs: Benefits
- the bath bombs are easier to form and hold together well
- milk is a great addition to the bath
- they float, unlike many homemade bath bomb recipes, milk bath bombs float
- foaming action, they don’t just fizz they also make a bubble like froth (no worries it dissipates after a little while)
- Doesn’t leave the powdery residue cornstarch can when added to bath bombs
Grab Your Supplies:
Full recipe and directions below.
Ajent Citric Acid 100% Pure Food Grade Non-GMO (Approved for Organic Foods) 5 PoundVanilla Essential Oil – 30ml Great scent for the Spa and HomeMetal Bath Bomb Mold – DIY Bath Bombs – 2 Molds (4 pieces) – 2.56″ Diameter – Premium FinishBob’s Red Mill Milk Powder, 22 OunceBob’s Red Mill Baking Soda, 16 Ounce
Vanilla Milk Bath Bomb Recipe
- Mix the baking soda, citric acid and milk powder together.
- Add the vanilla oil and coconut oil. Mix well. Then add the water while stirring. Once well mixed test to see that a gasped handful will lightly clump, if not add another 1/2 tsp of water, mix and try again until it will.
- Overfill each half of the bath bomb mold considerably, then press firmly together. Gently remove the mold and set the bath bomb aside to dry out.
- Once dry store in an airtight container or shrink wrap bags.