As the weather gets warmer and trees and flowers start to blossom, you might find yourself pulled to the outdoors. It’s easy to get lost laying in the sun and turning your face up to the cool breeze, or perhaps you prefer to prance through fields of wildflowers (if you have any handy). If neither of those are your thing however, or if you are looking for something you can do just for you to recover from all that spring cleaning, we have the perfect solution that will bring all the beauty of spring indoors, and let you take a much needed break in between spa trips.

DIY Bath Bombs.

Don’t let the DIY scare you away, these are some of the easiest things you can do – and to make it even easier we have five amazing recipes that will send you into a spring driven bliss.

  • Heavenly Rose Petals

    Rose Petal Bath Bomb
    There has always been something intriguing about taking a bath in water filled with rose petals. This amazing bath bomb by A Pumpkin and a Princess is very close to the real thing.

  • Luscious Lavender

    Lavender Bath Bombs
    Lavender is one of the most common scents associated with relaxation. And for good reason! Lavender is insanely calming, as this aromatic bath bomb over at She Knows will prove.

  • Orange Clove Wonderland

    Orange Clove Bath Bombs
    Don’t knock it until you’ve tried it! While the scent of orange and clove is often associated with the holiday season, this amazing combination is great not only for the wonderful scent, but for sore muscles as well. Find it at BeautyMunsta

  • Bath Salt Bomb

    bath salt bath bomb
    While bath salts and bath bombs are really close cousins to begin with, this bath bomb recipe from The Makeup Dummy takes that relationship one step above and super infuses the joint soothing salt, creating the perfect bath additive that will make your tired feet scream hallelujah after a day on the floor.

  • Bring on the Candy!

    candy bath bomb

    If essential oils and fruit aren’t your thing, we suggest these amazing candy themed bath bombs from Bitz and Giggles. Even better, pair it with candy to really make your “me” time perfect.

Want more bath bombs? Use the basic recipe below to create your own. Pick your favorite essential oil and you are in business.

Ingredients and Supplies:
1 cup baking soda
1/2 cup citric acid
1/2 cup Epsom salts
1 tsp. water
2 tsp. essential oil
3 tsp. oil (olive oil)
food coloring (any color you want)
bowl
whisk
jar
bath bomb mold
Good luck and happy bombing!

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