Bathing is relaxing in and of itself, but add a rainbow bath bomb to the mix and the experience becomes relaxing, plus fun!
Bath bombs are a compound of ingredients that fizz when placed in water. They were created some time ago in 1989 by Mo Constantine but gained in popularity recently.
They serve five purposes, some all-in-one, and others à la carte. They add bubbles, colors, scents and sometimes essential oils to a bath. But the one thing, they provide above all is an enjoyable, fun experience to the ordinary bath relaxation.
And for those of us who can’t get enough of the rainbow, there are the Rainbow Bath Bombs to add to our calming bath soaks. The most adorable ones that we found are the Cloud Rainbow Bath Bombs that fizz rainbow colors as it floats in the water.
You can find bath bombs in various bath shops and beauty stores throughout the nation and online. You can get your hands on a Cloud Rainbow Bath Bomb on the online personal distributor website Esty, just type “Cloud Rainbow Bath Bomb” in the search engine and a list of retailers will appear for you to choose from.
You can even make rainbow bath bombs yourself. We found a DIY video for a rainbow bath bomb ball that is just as colorful as the cloud bomb. There’s a few steps and ingredients involved but it surely can be done by oneself if you follow the directions step-by-step.
Recipe (Makes 5 Rainbow Bath Bombs):
2 cups of baking soda
1 cup of citric acid
1 tablespoon of coconut oil
1/2 teaspoon of essential oil
Take about 1.5 cups and separate
Add 1/2 teaspoon of SLSA to 1 of the 2 separated 1.5 cups placing the 1.5 cups of mix to the side.
Separate the SLSA mix into 4 1/2 cup bowls.
Add a different color that makes up the rainbow into one of each 5 bowls (Be generous with the food coloring).
Fill a spray bottle with rubbing alcohol
Add 3-5 sprays in each bowl, mix in with your hand.
Fill colors in round plastic mold with the no SLSA color in the middle of the round mold. Press together lightly.
Repeat 5 times and be quick to ensure mixtures does not dry out. If mixtures start to dry spray 3-5 squirts of rubbing alcohol and add in more food coloring to the mix.