Bath bombs are more effective when thoroughly mixed and compacted in the mold. If there are any clumps or pieces of ingredients in the mix, this is going to interfere with the compaction and the performance of the bath bombs once hardened. So, if you are asking the question: Should I Sift My Bath Bomb Mix? Then yes, you should absolutely sift your bath bomb mix.
As bath bomb makers, we have all run into a situation where our bath bombs fall apart. We all know the feeling when you realize the hard work you put in the day before is wasted. You keep them for yourself, and use the pieces, but it just is not the same. There really is one reason this is happening. There is not enough water in the mix. The following is a few ways to help prevent your bath bombs from falling apart. Continue reading “Do Your Bath Bombs Fall Apart?”
When getting started making bath bombs, we were trying to decide the best bath bomb mold material. What we found out is there are really 4 types of molds: silicone, plastic, stainless steel, and aluminum. We bought sets of all materials, tried them out, and now only use 2 of them. We will discuss the 4 materials and which one we believe is actually the best bath bomb mold material. Continue reading “Best Bath Bomb Mold Material?”
You may have heard all the hype over something called a Bath Bomb. People are getting them as gifts, giving them away at showers, and even trying to make them at home. But the question may still remain: “What is a bath bomb?” Continue reading “What Is A Bath Bomb?”