• comment faire une bombe de bain géode
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    Learn how to make geode bath bombs!

    What’s this? A Bath-o-lith in the tub? Have you heard of Bath-o-liths? These beautifully hued rocks are made of salts and powders. When you place them in water, they bubble up—and some even make a lovely foam! Geologists, never fear: No, we haven’t discovered a new, strange, and wonderful mineral… we’ve created a new recipe for geode bath bombs! Easy enough to make, these DIY bath bombs look like beautiful crystals and are also a great gift idea (you can give them to yourself, of course!). What’s more, this bath bomb recipe is highly adaptable: you can choose whichever colour(s) you please or add a touch of mica for an…

  • comment faire détergent lessive
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    Make a Clean Getaway with this laundry soap recipe

    Making your own laundry detergent has never been so easy! Imagine this: it’s Sunday evening and the end of a pleasant weekend, but there’s still that pile of laundry that you were putting off washing until now. And then… catastrophe strikes! You’re out of laundry detergent! What are you going to do?! Don’t panic just yet, because we have a simple, 4-ingredient laundry detergent recipe for you! There’s still time to make a Clean Getaway! Practical, easy-to-make, and budget-friendly, this homemade laundry soap is sure to please. This DIY liquid detergent is tough on stains but gentle on fabrics and skin. It will be hard to go back to your…

  • homemade toilet cleaner
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    “Fizz for your biz” Homemade toilet bowl cleaning powder

    How to make natural toilet bowl cleaner? The John, the loo, the throne – even the crapper! We have many names for the toilet, but need just one fizzy powder to make it shine! Ingredients 120g (1/2 cup) citric acid 285g (1 cup) baking soda 1 teaspoon essential oil (equal parts lemon, lavender, lemongrass and peppermint) Tools Measuring cups or scale Teaspoon Mason jar Wooden scoop Steps to follow Prepare and sterilize your equipment and workspace. Measure the ingredients Mix ingredients in an airtight container. How to use Place one or two teaspoons (or small scoop, using the wooden scoop) in the toilet bow. Let fizz; wipe.

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    Craving for some truffle bath melts?!

    How to make truffle bath melts? As we do every year, a few weeks ago we began wondering what recipe to offer you for Valentine’s Day. We quickly concluded that love, in all its forms, should be celebrated every single day of the year with the same enthusiasm. All of the recipes in this blog can be used to make gifts for either yourself or the people close to you, and this recipe is no exception: today you can offer a bath treat to that special someone who makes you feel good. A moment of relaxation for your best friend – you know, the one who is always there during…

  • Bath,  Bath bombs,  Gift ideas,  Intermediate,  Tutorials and recipes,  Winter recipes

    “Snowballs and confetti” bath bombs

    How to make colored bath bombs? Winter is coming – and bringing with it a host of other things: snow, boots, snow, red noses, snow, the holiday season, snow… That’s right: snow and cold will soon be a big part of our lives – and we’ll all be looking for the same thing: warmth! So we got to thinking – how does a long hot bath with a festive, fizzy snowball sound? The great bath bomb mystery You generally need to add a little moisture to ensure the mixture clumps together (Psssssssst! Psssssssst!). But this must be done slowly and carefully to make sure you add just enough liquid without…