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homemade lavender bath bombs

In a bowl mix about 2 cups of baking soda and 1 cup of water. You want the end result to be a paste, then add in some loose lavender tea. (If you do not want to use tea you can use lavender oil) Once mixed shape into whatever you would like. I free handed them but cookie cutters would be easy to work with. Once done place in freezer till frozen. Took about 6 hours. Once frozen just add to any bath time for a relaxing bath.
note~ both my kids have sensitive skin and this did not bother them.


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