Bath Bomb World® Cat and Mouse



Ingredients Needed To Make This Project - Click On Links To Add Ingredients To Your Cart - Recipe Below.

Bicarbonate Of Soda

Citric Acid

Epsom Salts

Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate

Kaolin Clay

Creme of Tarter


Sweet Almond Oil


Polysorbate 80

Smoke Mica For Cat Bomb

Chestnut Mica For Mouse Bomb

Jet Mica For Painting

Synthetic Blue Mica For Painting

Bubblegum Mica For Painting

Liquid Lava Gold For Painting

Cotton Candy Mica For Painting

Rubbing Alcohol For Painting

Witch Hazel for Spritzing

Bath Bomb World® Thomas The Cat Bath Bomb Moulds

Bath Bomb World® Jerrald The Mouse Bath Bomb Mould

Bath Bomb World Embed Kit - This Kit Makes Hundreds of Bombdyze® Colour Embeds To Give You Bath Bombs Explosions Of Colour



Recipe and Instructions - Makes 7-8 Bath Bombs

625g Bicarbonate Of Soda

325g Citric Acid

50g Epsom Salts

20g Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate

10g Kaolin Clay

10g Creme of Tarter

10g Cornstarch

10mls Sweet Almond Oil

15mls Fragrance

1tsp Chestnut Mica

1tsp Smoke Mica

5mls Polysorbate 80

4 x Mica Colours For Painting

30mls Rubbing Alcohol For Painting

Witch Hazel for Spritzing

1 x Paintbrush

Bath Bomb World® Thomas the Car and Jerrald The Mouse Bath Bomb Moulds



For best results grind epsom salts and citric acid in a food processor and then sieve with all dry ingredients into a large bowl making sure there are no lumps.

Mix wet ingredients, 10mls Sweet Almond Oil, 15mls fragrance oil, 5mls polysorbate 80 and mix well then add to your dry ingredients, here add chestnut mica for mouse and smoke mica for cat It is important that you add the correct amount of liquid so the mix is not too wet, or too dry and holds together, when squeezed, like damp sand. Spray with witch hazel if the mix is too dry..

Fill the mix firmly into the mould adding a Bombdyze® embed if you are using them, and with a sharp edge make sure the back of the mould is completely flat to avoid cracking. Slap onto you bench and remove the mould. Allow to dry for at least 24-48 hours until your bath bombs are solid. Add a small about of rubbing alcohol to mica colours and paint your design. Allow to dry