Geodes are super popular right now, and I’ve been obsessed with them for a while. There’s something really glam and sparkly yet rugged and rustic about them. Needless to say, they’re totally gorgeous!
Whenever I see one of these babies when I’m out and about, I want one. Whenever I see bath bombs for sale, I want those.
So I thought “why not combine the two and make my own combo of the two? That should work, right?”
After a quick Google search, I landed on this tutorial by Natasha Rose. With some regular bath bomb ingredients and a couple of salts, she makes the coolest looking bath bombs I’ve ever seen.
Seriously, I would put these on display in my room if I didn’t want to use them so badly!
Here’s What You Need:
- Bath bomb mold
- Soap dye/ Food coloring
- Soap fragrance/ Essential oil
- 1/2 cup baking soda
- 1/4 cup citric acid
- 1/4 cup corn starch
- Rubbing alcohol in a spray bottle
- Epsom salt
- Course rock salt
- Coconut oil
- Edible glitter
- Paint brush
- Mixing bowl(s)
Want to learn how to create these luxurious little bath bombs? Take a look at Natasha’s tutorial below!