Make bath bombs for a Barbie-style spa day with the Barbie Bath Bombs kit. This comes with just about everything kids need to make up to four bath bombs that will pop and fizz in your tub. There's a heart-shaped mold and a Barbie mold, and you can make single-color bath bombs or multi-color bath bombs and even add fun stencil designs to your bath bombs.
You're basically mixing baking soda and bath bomb mix with colorful mica powder and body glitter, plus coconut oil and essential oil. You can choose from vanilla or strawberry in this kit. Then add water and place your mixture into one of the molds. After one minute, you can remove the bath bomb from the mold and then use it in a warm bath. If you want, use leftover mica powder and the brush to decorate your bath bomb with one of the Barbie-themed stencil designs.
This is a pretty easy activity that lets kids create their own spa day at home. Whether they want to package up their creation and give it to a friend or save it for themselves for a relaxing soak in the tub after a hard day at school, these colorful bath bombs are a fun DIY activity for crafty Barbie fans.
The Barbie Bath Bombs kit is for ages 6 and up. This will be fun for Barbie fans who also like arts and crafts.
The kit comes with two plastic molds, five bath bomb mixes, a bag of baking soda, a tub of coconut oil, four bags of mica powder, two bottles of essential oil, a bag of body glitter, a brush, a stencil, and instructions.
You will need to provide water, a bowl, and measuring spoons.
The box says you can make four bath bombs, but that's only if you make one single-color Barbie mold bath bomb and three single-color heart-shaped bath bombs.
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