This natural bath fizz recipe is so simple to make you will wonder why you haven’t done it before!
Our DIY Fizzy Bath Salts are a great alternative to bath bombs. These bath salts will bubble and foam just like a traditional bath bomb without the hassle of having to shape the mixture into molds.
If you want the convenience of using a bath salt with the fizzing of a bath bomb, then our homemade fizzing bath salts are the perfect solution!
If you want to know how to make bath salts without epsom salt, this recipe is perfect. There are no epsom salts in our fizzing bath salts.
These DIY bath salts are a great gift to make. Just put in a pretty glass container, add a bow on the jar, and attach a small scoop.
DIY Fizzy Bath Salts
- ½ Cup Baking Soda
- ¼ Cup Himalayan Pink Salt
- ¼ Cup Cornstarch
- ¼ Cup Citric Acid
- 2 Tablespoons Sweet Almond Oil
Combine the dry ingredients in a large bowl and stir together.
Slowly add in the sweet almond oil and stir to combine.
Use ¼ cup in your bath. Add to running water or add to a filled bathtub and swirl around the bath salts with your hand until they have dissolved.
How to Store Homemade Fizzy Bath Salts
You must store this bath fizz in an air-tight container. Moisture, including humidity in the air, will cause these bath salts to fizz or to harden into clumps.
Can I Add Essential Oils to the DIY Bath Salts?
Yes, you can add essential oils if you would like an aromatherapy bath salt. We suggest adding about 20 drops of essential oil. You can use one single oil, or combine several different essential oils for a lovely fragrance.
Bath Salts vs. Fizzy Bath Salts
The fizzy action of these DIY bath salts comes from the citric acid. The bubbling bath salts foaming in the water is not only fun, but it feels luxurious, too. Almost like you are at a fancy spa!
Bath salts do not have citric acid, so they do not bubble and fizz. Otherwise, the ingredients are very similar.
These bath salts make a great gift for:
- Mother’s Day
- Thinking-of-You gifts
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