Luxurious bath bomb making kit with moisturising shea liquid
Make your own luxurious bath bombs with this easy to use bath bomb-making kit.
This kit will make approximately 20+ large bath bombs and includes 3 kilos of dry ingredients.
Great gift idea
Perfect for the beginner and suitable for children with some assistance from an adult.
- 1 x 1kg Bicarb soda
- 1 x 1kg Epsom salts
- 1 x 1kg Citric acid
- 1 x Shea liquid
- Mixing spoon
- 5 x Bath fizzy mould discs. Just close up and give as a gift.
- 1 x 65mm round aluminium round bath bomb mould - makes large bath bombs
- 3 x 18ml high-quality fragrance oils (Choose your own fragrance oils from the list below & leave a note at checkout or we will choose a popular selection for you)
Sweet lemongrass, thai lime & mango, lotus blossom, raspberry dream, lime & coconut, orange & bergamot, frangipani, chamomile & grapefruit, peppermint & eucalyptus, black fig & guava, coconut milk & honey, vanilla caramel, champagne & strawberries, mango papaya, lychee & guava sorbet, passionfruit & paw paw, ginger & black orchid.
- Dried rose petals
- Lavender petals
- Dropper to measure out the fragrance oil
- 4 x mica to colour your bath bombs
- Easy to follow step by step instructions
You will need:
- a mixing bowl
- a set of measuring cups or scales
At Evoke Australia we pride ourselves in delivering a high quality product using only the best supplies available to ensure your creations turn out beautifully. Formulated to the highest standards all of the Australian made fragrances listed have been handpicked due to there popularity and we hope you enjoy experimenting to find your favourites. We also pride ourselves in exceptional customer service. Please browse our store as we have a range of different DIY kits and supplies available.
Please note that fragrance oils should be used within 6 months to a year after purchase and are best stored in a cool, dark place.
Please note there is labelling legislation in place for the selling of soap and cosmetics. Evoke Australia is a supplier of raw materials and is in no way responsible for the finished product or the labelling of these finished products. It is the individuals responsibility to check the current labelling laws if they decide to sell or retail the end products.