There’s nothing like having a bath. Whether you’re doing it for relaxation, or muscle recovery, there’s no comparison to a
warm boiling hot bath, especially on a cold day. In my opinion if you’re going to go to all that effort of waiting for the bath to fill up, doing that thing where you dip your toes in and get used to the water (tell me I’m not the only one); then we might as well do the whole bath thing right! I love putting my favourite netflix series on and getting myself a bath bomb. Oh yes, a bath bomb, is there anything that ignites the child in you more than a bath bomb? Didn’t think so. Now usually I get my bath bombs from Lush; and by ‘usually’ I mean about once a month. I’m not a regular bather, I ain’t got time fo’ dat! So really, when I have a bath, it’s a special occasion. HOWEVER. Working out on the regular has had my muscles feeling ridiculously sore, especially with this cold weather; not to mention the lush bath bombs can be a little on the pricey side. If you read my post on 15 hacks that will save you money, you would have seen my tip to “become a DIY expert”. This my friends, is step number one in become that expert.
These bath bombs are super easy to mix together, not to mention they’re cheap! A great gift for family and friends, or just keep them for yourself and your own baths! Feel free to use whatever colouring you like. I used what I had on hand but I would love to try making these again with some different coloured powders (beetroot, blue spirulina, pomegranate eek!). You can also just use plain old colouring drops if that’s all you have, I just personally prefer to go natural. If you’ve got little ones this would be a great activity to get them involved in, so have some fun and get cracking!