The best part about making your own bath bombs is that you know exactly what goes into them. Some ingredients in bath bombs can lightly irritate your skin when used too frequently. We recommend not using bombs more than once per week, especially for kids.
Bathtub care: Using a few drops of food colouring should not stain your bath when diluted in a standard amount of water. We recommend testing a small amount first. If any colouring remains in the tub, use a paper towel to wipe it off right away, then rinse with water. Alternatively, bath soap colouring dye is water soluble and states it is stain free, this can be purchased here.
Be creative with colours, combine red and yellow food colouring for an orange bath bomb and blue with a little red for a lavender bath bomb.
Add a few drops of a scented oil to your mixture to give your bath bomb added fragrance.