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How To Make Eczema Friendly, Citric Acid Free Bath Bombs


Makes 750g batch, approx 24+ small Bath Bombs


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  • Scales

  • Bowl

  • Measuring cup/spoons/jug with small denominations for the liquid ingredients or pipette (you can just count drops for the essential oil, if you get a vitamin E with a dropper you can see the drops measurement for that too)

  • Disposable gloves

  • container to store, a mason jar or something similar

  • something to use as a mould such as the measuring spoon in the video or bath bomb moulds of all shapes are available on amazon

**A note on essential oils:

If using for sensitive skin, we would use Lavender, Bergamot or Mandarin, these all have calming and relaxing effects but are also suitable for sensitive skin. We'd recommend you patch test these bath bombs before use by diluting one in warm water and applying a small amount of the dilution to the inner elbow.

Never use Essential oils neat on skin, always stick to recommended quantities in products. For this recipe we have listed 7.5-10ml max for a 750g batch. this equates to 1-1.25% of the whole recipe which is within guidelines for sensitive and children's skin. Do not use for children under 2 years and please always research child safe essential oils before using. It is not recommended to use essential oils during pregnancy. Aromatherapy oils are amazing but they are potent! Please use cautiously and responsibly.

If you would like to learn more on how to make amazing natural skincare products at home, gain knowledge on natural ingredients and how to transition to clean skincare, please visit our workshop page HERE, where you can find out about our workshops based in Bromley, Kent, or register your interest in the online workshop which should be available soon!

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