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LUSH inspired bath bombs

LUSH inspired fizzy bath bombs

Over the past few years, it seems bath bombs have been popping up at every skincare, spa retailer and beauty shop out there. With their soothing scents and fun fizzy effect, it’s no wonder bath bombs are such a huge hit. But why waste time or money at the store like LUSH when you can make your own bath bombs at home? All you need to do is gather a few common household ingredients, along with your favourite essential oils, and settle in for the best soak of your life with this simple bath bomb recipe.

Lemon essential oil makes these bath bombs smell absolutely refreshing! These big bath bombs will add a burst of freshness and glee to your next bath.

Disclaimer – Thermomix® is a cooking appliance intended to be only used for food preparation.

However, the recipes here are using food ingredients – sugar, spices, coconut oil, food colouring etc. which I do cook with so I am happy to make ‘beauty’ products using my Thermomix. I also have multiple TM bowls, so I can safely use separate bowls for making these without any cross contamination. If in any doubt, don’t make them.




5 thoughts on “LUSH inspired fizzy bath bombs”

  1. I made that with my daughter and she loved it. We add extra soap colour so my children were very happy to take bath with green water. 😉

  2. Planning to do something like this as an activity for my daughter’s birthday party. What scents are kid friendly? Also planning to add food gel colouring. When do I add it best (which step) and how much to start off with?

    1. If adding food colouring, best to add at the same time as the essential oils. Try a few drops first and then add more depending on the depth of colour you want. I wouldn’t suggest too much though, as obviously the more you colour it, the more it will colour your bath eventually.

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