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Bath time bombs #2

Bath time bombs #2
We did this recipe before but used lavender and didn't add the epsom salts. So this time we tried something different. 
In a bowl mix 
baking soda(about half cup)
epsom salt (we used a epsom salt that had clay mixed in)(about one cup)
food coloring (don't need a lot and it didn't stain my tub or kids)
and water (not a lot, just enough to be able to mix and place into molds)
note~If mix is to watery just add more epsom salt or baking soda)
Once you fill our molds place in freezer to freeze over night. I found with rubber molds they came right out after a little smack on the table and that it was much harder with plastic molds.
I suggest only using one or two per bath time as that is really how much we use when we do detox baths, but if you use more then one you could practice some coloring mixing fun!


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