Fresh face toner is used to rid the skin of any residual dirt and oils, leaving the skin feeling clean but not tight. Contains aloe barbadensis (organic aloe) leaf juice, rosa damascene (rose) distillate, and citric acid.
What I used: 3 tbsp. Epsom salt (or coarse sea salt) 1/2 cup baking soda 1/4 cup cornstarch or arrowroot powder 1/4 cup citric acid 1 tbsp coconut oil spraying bottle with witch hazel or water liquid food coloring essential oils (optional)
This bath bomb is inspired by non other than unicorns themselves. Its multi-color layers moisturize and relax. Unicorn Blood smells heavenly, exactly like you would imagine unicorns would smell like. This bath bomb is also for all my holo-sexuals out there, as its been covered in a thick layer of holographic, environmentally friendly, cosmetic grade glitter. The colorful layers give off a pinkish foam, while turning the water a vibrant violet purple. Ingredients: Citric acid, Sodium…
Bath bombs leave your bathwater cleansing & soothing. However, bath bombs can be expensive and include citric acid that can be harsh on your skin. DIY it using ingredients found at the grocery store, and omit the citric acid. This recipe calls for cream of tartar, which, when combined with baking soda, will give you the same fizzy results! http://www.ehow.com/how_5057845_make-bath-bombs-citric-acid.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage
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Homemade Super Easy Oatmeal Coconut Bath Bomb Recipe that uses all nature ingredients. All you need is Oatmeal, Baking Soda, Sea Salt, Citric Acid & Coconut Oil. These Bath Bombs are great for even sensitive baby/toddler skin.
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