Kids Calming DIY Bath Bombs

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You can make your own Kids Calming DIY Bath Bombs when you learn how to make diy bath bombs. Whether it’s bedtime or you are just trying to calm an anxious child with a relaxing warm bath these calming bath bombs scented with essential oils are sure to do the trick

Diy Kids Calming Bath Bombs in a mason jar.

Related: Lavender Bath Bombs
Simple ingredients like essentials- lavender, vetiver, and chamomile soothes anxious nerves and help little ones relax in a fun way.

They fizz, coloring the water a light calming blue and smell wonderful. You can make a big batch for your little or make some to gift.

Kids Calming DIY Bath Bombs

Water in a spray bottle with a fine mist

You will need a mold like this silicone one HERE.

How to Make for DIY Kids Calming Bath Bombs

  • Mix up your cornstarch, epsom salt, citric acid, baking soda, essential oils, and coconut oil until it is well combined. 
  • If you are coloring your fizzies- Add blue soap colorant a little at a time until you get the shade you want.
DIY Calming bath bombs
  • Spray mixture very slowly with water, constantly mixing and kneading with your hands.
  • The key to a perfect bath bomb/fizzie is to get it just damp enough so that it stays together until it dries but not so wet that you activate the fizzing.  
Calming Bath bombs
  • When your mixture stays clumped together when you squeeze it then it’s plenty damp enough.
  • Press firmly into the mold, use the back of a spoon to make sure it's compressed in.
  • Let your fizzies dry overnight, gently remove from the mold and store in a container with a lid, keeping them away from water until ready to use.
  • To use: add 2 or 3 to warm bath water and let your little one soak.
Why did my bath bomb for kids crumble?
 
If your bath bomb crumbles, it may be  too dry. … If your bomb starts fizzing, your mixture is too wet. It's important to use the right amount of moisture to get the best fizzy bath bombs. Take your time while adding your water and you will be fine.

How long will my Kids Calming Bath Bombs last?

Storing your diy bath bombs for kids in an air tight container will allow you to keep your bath bombs for around six months. Not sure about your kids but mine would never allow bath bombs to stay around for 6 months.

Are bath bombs safe for kids?

When you make your  bath bombs for kids use all natural ingredients and your bath bombs will be completely safe. Making sure you don't use any harsh chemicals is the key to making bath bombs safe for even kids with sensitive skin.

How do you make bath bombs kid friendly?

Again, using all natural ingredients and no harsh chemicals make for kid friendly bath bombs. Keep your ingredient list simple like the ingredients in these bath bombs for kids.

What ages are bath bombs for?

Bath bombs are generally recommended for ages 2 and up. Making your bath bombs allows you to know the exact ingredients that are in them. You can relax while your child relaxes.

Kids Calming DIY Bath Bombs

Kids Calming DIY Bath Bombs

Kids Calming DIY Bath Bombs

Kids Calming DIY Bath Bombs

Prep Time 5 minutes
Active Time 5 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Difficulty Simple

Instructions

  1. Mix up your cornstarch, epsom salt, citric acid, baking soda, essential oils, and coconut oil until it is well combined. 
  2. If you are coloring your fizzies- Add blue soap colorant a little at a time until you get the shade you want.
  3. Spray mixture very slowly with water, constantly mixing and kneading with your hands.
  4. The key to a perfect bath bomb/fizzie is to get it just damp enough so that it stays together until it dries but not so wet that you activate the fizzing. 
  5. When your mixture stays clumped together when you squeeze it then it’s plenty damp enough.
  6. Press firmly into the mold, use the back of a spoon to make sure it's compressed in.
  7. Let your fizzies dry overnight, gently remove from the mold and store in a container with a lid, keeping them away from water until ready to use.
  8. To use: add 2 or 3 to warm bath water and let your little one soak.

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11 thoughts on “Kids Calming DIY Bath Bombs”

  1. I’ve been told to keep essential oils away from small children (as in with skin contact). Is this true?

    Thanks, Rhonda

    1. Stephanie Rose

      Hi Rhonda! Thank you so much for stopping by. That’s a great question. Yes, it’s true that you want to keep your oils away from small children. Sometimes kids will have a reaction to Oils that are applied directly to their skin. It’s recommended that you use a carrier oil to apply them. If you are concerned about the oils you are using in this recipe you can test on your child prior to using them. I hope this helps ease your mind. Please let me know if you have any lingering concerns that I can help with. ❤️

    1. Stephanie Rose

      Hi Morgan! Thanks so much for stopping by!❤️ Sadly, it’s best if you start over. Don’t feel bad though. I can’t tell you how many times my DIY’s fail. Try again and use a lot less water.

  2. Im sorry in the directions you said when you mix the cornststarch. But in the Indgredients you didnt say anything about cornstartch so i figured 1/4 of a cup with all the rest but if thst not wnough or to much then please tell me how much and even if i use it thank you

    1. Stephanie Rose

      Hi Becky! Thanks so much for taking the time to ask. The cornstarch is the very first ingredient in the list and you use 1/2 a cup. Be sure to come back and let me know how you like them.

    1. Hi Jen! Thanks so much for bringing that to my attention. You add them in with the main ingredients. I’ve updated the post to show this. ❤️

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