I can spot a Lush shop from a mile away and no, it’s not a superpower. Their bath bombs smell lovely (and strong!) and they look as good as they smell, with all those bright colors and sparkles. But the cost adds up, especially when you want to try every scent in the store.
It might sound like bath bombs are too complex to make at home, but think again! They’re actually super easy, and you get to customize them as much as you want (which is always a plus for me!). A simple combination of citric acid, baking soda, cornstarch and oil is all you need to get started making your own copycat Lush bath bombs with the recipes below.
Lemon essential oil makes these bath fizzies smell absolutely refreshing!
Bath Fizzies Recipe from Dear Crissy
Who can say no to pink bath bombs? We sure can’t! This recipe is a great excuse for some relaxation time.
DIY Bath Bombs from The Happy Flammily
With Halloween around the corner, both you and the kids will enjoy these spider and pumpkin shaped bath bombs inspired by Lush special editions.
Lush-like Halloween Bath Bombs from Hello Glow
Color epsom salts to customize your bath bombs however you like! They’re perfect for gift giving or to keep for yourself.
DIY Bath Bombs with Epsom Salt from The Makeup Dummy
Enriched with cacao butter, these bath bomb bars are luxuriously moisturizing. And little ones will find them super fun!
4-in-1 Bath Bomb Bars from Fry Sauce and Grits
Make your bathtub look like a beautiful ocean with a big Lush-like bath bomb. The seaweed in it will make you feel like a mermaid!
Big Blue Bath Bomb from Savvy Naturalista
Lavender, lemon and peppermint oils are not just fun to smell, but they also help relieve allergies. The perfect bath bombs for spring!
Lush Inspired Bath Bombs from Everything Etsy