DIY Bath Bomb Recipe for Rainbow Sherbet Bath Fizzies

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How to Make Bath Bombs - DIY Rainbow Sherbet Bath Fizzies Recipe that looks just like ice cream!

Bring the fun of summer into the tub with this handmade DIY bath bomb recipe for making your own Homemade Rainbow Sherbet Bath Fizzies! There brightly colored bath bombs look just like ice cream and actually smell like sherbet! Made using a Rainbow Sherbet fragrance oil, these bath bombs will scent your bath water with the tasty flavors of fresh lime, pineapple, orange, and raspberry! You can find the homemade bath bomb recipe for these tasty treats at Nature’s Garden here along with all the supplies you need to get you started.

If you like this bath and body recipe, be sure to also try out my tutorial for making your own homemade DIY Melt & Pour Soap Popsicles! Or follow my DIY Bath and Body Board on Pinterest for more fun bath and beauty products ideas perfect for summer. Wouldn’t these be great as party favors for a summer birthday?

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Comments

  1. I made these bath bombs but they do not fizz. Added more citric acid and still almost no fizz. I think the coconut oil should be reduced a little bit and keep a ratio of 1 part baking soda to 1/2 part citric acid. Did yours fizz without altering the recipe? They do look really cute though.

    • I make bath bombs and the general rule is it’s one part citric acid to 2 parts sodium bicarbonate with a small amount of oil. I usually use 1 cup citric acid, 2 cups Sodium bicarbonate and just 2 tbsp of oil in my bath bomb recipes.
      Hope this helps you get better fizzy bath bombs.