Fall Bath Bombs

Fall Bath Bombs

Homemade candy corn bath salts, scrubs and bombs

Bring the colors and smells of fall into your bathroom. Cozy up to these delicious homemade bath salt, sugar scrub, and bath bomb recipes. They are easy to make and fun to enjoy!

Nothing says Fall like the iconic candy corn!

Today I am excited to share with you how to create your own fall, candy corn bath essentials. That’s right, one candy, three ways to enjoy!

To be fair, you can literally go online and find every kind of recipe you can imagine for making salts and scrubs, but I wanted to share my favorite candy corn recipes with you. I’ll include how to make them, how to store them, and who to give them to.

Bath salts and sugar scrubs are so easy to make with ingredients you most likely have on hand. Speaking of hand, try rubbing your hands with these amazing scrubs, they will make them feel incredibly soft! As for the bath bomb, well, it’s a little bit more challenging, but I think some of you more crafty folks are probably ready to give it a go, no? You will be proud of the finished product and pleased when you get to use them!

I love everything about the fall, from the colors to the aromas. The combination of the two just makes me feel happy. So why not add them to your bath? That sweet aroma will linger in the air, and on your skin, long after the salts have dissipated, leaving a waft of “Fall” in the air all day long! Yum!

Here are my three favs; one sugar scrub, one bath salt, and one bath bomb recipe. Click the links below to reveal the full recipe. For your convenience, I have provided a list of ingredients you will need to make each recipe.

Bathroom Vanity Canister Jar & Storage Tray Combo

CANDY CORN BATH SALT INGREDIENT LIST:

CANDY CORN SUGAR SCRUB INGREDIENT LIST:

CANDY CORN BATH BOMBS:

  • Baking soda
  • Citric acid
  • Cornstarch
  • SLSA
  • Coconut oil
  • polysorbate 80
  • Candy Corn scent
  • White Pearl Yellow and Orange mica powder (I get mine on Amazon)
  • White holographic glitter
  • Spray bottle filled with rubbing alcohol
  • 1 large mixing bowl
  • 3 smaller bowls
  • Bath bomb molds
  • mDesign jars

If you’re like me and bite off more than you can chew, you’re going to have made more than you set out to. If that’s the case, do not fear because these can all be stored for later use. To do so, just put them in an air-tight container and store them in the refrigerator for up to 8 weeks, which should get you right to Christmas. Then you can start the process all over again except this time with Christmas colors and scents!

If your refrigerator is busting at the seams and you can’t hold on to the extra goodies, why don’t you give them as a gift? They make excellent teacher gifts, or bring them to a friend’s in need, or maybe there is someone you would like to say “thank you” to? Just tie a bow with raffia and add a personal gift tag and you have just made the perfect homemade gift!

As a gift for you or a gift for someone else, homemade bath salts are the bomb!

Check out other ways to use apothecary jars and canisters from mDesign and get creative today.

Joyce Colovas is a content writer at mDesign
and an avid lover of all things fun and fabulous!

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Oct 9th 2019

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