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Bath Bomb World® George The Schnauzer™ Bath Bomb Kit
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This Paddle Pop Bath Bomb Kit recipe contains our LDPE George The Schnauzer Mould and makes 7 Paddle Pop Bath Bombs
This Kit Includes..
625g Bicarbonate Of Soda
325g Citric Acid
50g Epsom Salts
20g Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate
10g Kaolin Clay
10g Creme of Tarter
10mls Sweet Almond Oil (30mls in Kit)
15mls Fragrance Oil Of Your Choice (30mls in Kit)
5mls Polysorbate 80 (30mls in Kit)
30mls Rubbing Alcohol
Witch Hazel for spritzing
Bath Bomb World® George The Schnauzer Mould
Recipe (which has different wet ingredient amounts from what the kit includes)
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 and 15mls fragrance oil 5mls polysorbate 80 and mix well then add to your dry ingredients. 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..
Push the mix firmly into the mould and place inside one of the colour embeds and with a sharpe edge, make sure the back of the mould is completely flat to avoid cracking. Slap onto you bench and remove the mould.
Allow too dry for at least 24-48 hours until your bath bombs are solid. To Finish In a small pot combine some of the mica and rubbing alcohol and then paint the detail onto the bath bomb and allow to dry