Heart Bath Bomb Recipe (Pink Strawberry)
A heart shaped bath bomb is the perfect gift for people close to your heart! Plus, DIY bath bombs are easy to make for special occasions or Valentines day gifts. Give this simple pink strawberry bath bomb recipe a try. 
24Mini Hearts
24Mini Hearts
  1. In a large mixing bowl, whisk together baking soda, epsom salt, and citric acid.
  2. In a small glass, melt solid coconut oil in the microwave until it is liquid (takes about 20-30 seconds)
  3. Add fragrance oil to the liquid coconut oil and slowly add the mixture to the dry ingredients, whisking as you drop the liquid into the dry ingredients. Continue to mix until ingredients are well combined.
  4. In a small small glass, mix 8 to 10 drops of soap dye into 2 teaspoons of water. Slowly add to the bowl, a half teaspoon at a time, continuing to whisk the ingredients the entire time to avoid activating the citric acid. NOTE: A little bit of fizzing is okay and probably will happen. Just keep stirring until ingredients are well combined and will slightly stick together when pressed. If ingredients continue to fizz and/or swell, you have probably added too much water and activated the ingredients.
  5. Fill each heart mold with a couple tablespoons of the mixture and use your fingers to press down and pack the mixture into the heart mold.
  6. Allow hearts to air dry in a moisture-free environment for at least 8 hours to overnight.
  7. Carefully remove the hearts from the silicone mold by gently applying even pressure to each heart and slowly popping it out of the mold.
  8. Allow the heart bath bombs to dry another 6-8 hours or until they feel completely dry to the touch. Store in an airtight container until ready to use.
Recipe Notes

Be sure to store your bath bombs in an airtight container. Keep away from water until ready to use. For best results, use bath bombs within 4-6 weeks.