Taking a nice hot bath is scientifically proven to relax not only your muscles but also your mind, according to Physioworks.com. Add a glass of chilled white wine, a couple of candles and a quality bath bomb, and I couldn’t think of a more luxurious way to spend the night. Seriously, with all of those components present, I can stay in the bath for hours. But finding bath bombs that match your skin type and smell like your personal heavenly ambrosia can take some time, effort, and money — which is a tall order for most people.
That’s why I decided to try making homemade bath bombs to see if they were just as effective as the store-bought ones. After all, it can’t be that complicated, right?
What motivated me most into trying this experiment is that I can handpick my own ingredients and use my favorite scents. By making my own bath bombs, I can choose the oils and salts that benefit my skin, and select the smells that bring a smile to my face. After all, the only thing better than a bath is a personalized bath.
Scroll down to see how my experiment turned out!
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