Dec 30,2022

These bath bombs are colorful and fun for kids! We love that you can hide little toys and trinkets inside to make bath time extra special! Use shopkins, small dinosaurs or other little toys that will fit inside the molds.

The best part about making your own bath bombs is you know where all of the ingredients come from. We like to select brands or products that state where the source of the ingredient comes from and we can support companies that ethically source ingredients.

Bath bombs can also be expensive to purchase – so you can save money making your own!

Safety with Bath Bombs

We love doing bath bombs in our house as a fun activity during bath time. We do it sparingly though – as the ingredients in bath bombs can irritate skin if used too frequently. I would recommend to not use a bath bomb more than once a week with kids.

Since bath bombs contain baking soda and citric acid, we need to take some precaution when making them. I have included all of the safety tips you will find on any bath bomb making kit so please read and keep these in mind when making your own.

A couple of notes of safety: 

  • Adults only should make the bath bombs. Kids can help with measuring and stirring under adult supervision.
  • Keep away from eyes and mouth. Wash hands thoroughly after handling.
  • Do not use small toys with children under 3. This activity is recommended for ages 6+.
  • Do not put the bath bombs near your mouth or nose. We always wash hair and body first before placing the bath bomb in the water. Do not allow kids to put their head under the water once the bath bomb is in the bath. Do not allow kids to drink the bath water.
  • Rinse eyes immediately with water for several minutes if product comes in contact with them.
  • Do not use if you have any broken or irritated skin.
  • Do not put any small figurines in the drain of your tub. Take toys out before draining the tub.
  • Rinse the tub and body after use.
  • Bath bombs are not intended for cleansing the body. Avoid holding the bath bomb once it is placed in the water.
  • In case of adverse reaction, stop using and contact a physician.
  • Baking soda may cause an allergic reaction.
  • Do not use bath bombs every day. Use sparingly in a month and not more than once per week.


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