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Copycat Lush Halloween Bath Bombs

Make pumpkins and fun Halloween shapes with a copycat Lush Halloween bath bomb recipe that includes anti-inflammatory turmeric and coconut milk powder.
Prep Time15 mins
Dry Time8 hrs
Total Time8 hrs 15 mins
Course: Bath and Body
Keyword: bath bomb, bath soak, Lush, turmeric
Yield: 6 bath bombs
Author: Stephanie Pollard
Cost: $12

Equipment

  • Silicone Halloween mold
  • Medium bowl

Materials

Instructions

  • In a medium bowl, mix together all of the dry ingredients. Feel free to add more turmeric for color, just remember that the more you add, the more it will stain your tub (and keep in mind that they will look considerably darker once you add the wet ingredients, as well).
  • In a separate bowl, whisk together the wet ingredients. I chose to use coconut oil for mine because it’s a lot easier to remove them from the mold that way. But you can use almond oil instead, they’ll just be a little more delicate.
  • Then slowly add the wet ingredients to the dry (there will be a little bit of fizzing—don’t panic!)
  • Gently whisk to thoroughly mix all the ingredients. You can use your hands for this step, just be sure to wash them immediately to keep your fingernails from staining.
  • Spoon the mixture into your silicon mold and use your fingers to gently press it down. Keep adding more and pressing it down until the mold is completely full.
  • Let your bath bombs dry overnight on the counter before removing from the mold.

Notes

Make sure you give your tub a good scrub after your bath (I find that scouring powder works great and it gets rid of soap scum to boot) to prevent any long term discoloration. And use an old towel to dry off and maybe even hop in the shower to rinse off your skin. Any staining of the skin should fade within a few hours to a day.