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Lavender Rose Oatmeal Bath Fizzies

A warm bath alone can be incredibly relaxing after a long day chasing your toddler, take your bath up a notch with homemade Lavender Rose Oatmeal Bath Fizzies!

A person who never made a mistake, NEVER TRIED ANYTHING NEW.

  – Albert Einstein

I came up with my 1st recipe for bath fizzies, Baked Apple Bath Fizzies after a failed attempt at making bath bombs. I used large round molds for rather large bath bombs that were super heavy. The molds literally cracked under the weight of the bath bombs!

Disappointed and frustrated I wasted time and all those materials, I set them aside to deal with it later. That evening when pouring a bath our toddler, I decided to use one anyway.

And she loved it! She giggled at the fizzle and demanded, “More, More!”. So, I crushed the cracked bath bombs into jars and used them by adding a small scoop or two to bath-time.

This recipe combines classic, natural fragrance notes of rose and lavender. Fill your bathtub with hot water and drop in a scoop of Lavender Rose Oatmeal Bath Fizzies. Then lay back and relax in the fizzle with skin calming oatmeal and mineral-rich Epsom salts.

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Lavender Rose Oatmeal Bath Fizzies

Supplies for Lavender Rose Oatmeal Bath Fizzies:

½ cup Epsom salts

8 drops lavender essential oil

4 drops rose absolute essential oil

½ cup baking soda

¼ cup rolled oats

1 tablespoon lavender buds

¼ cup citric acid

2, 4-ounce glass jars


Instructions to make Lavender Rose Oatmeal Bath Fizzies:

In a medium glass mixing bowl, using a whisk blend together Epsom salts and essential oils. Whisk or sift in baking soda to Epsom salt mixture. Next, add rolled oats and lavender buds.

Whisk well to thoroughly combine.  Last, add citric acid with a final whisk.

Store in an airtight container and use within 3 months. To use scoop two tablespoons to a fourth of a cup of bath fizzies into a warm bath.

Yields: 8 ounces

Lavender Rose Oatmeal Bath Fizzies

This recipe for Lavender Rose Oatmeal Bath Fizzies is all natural and safe for children. It doesn’t contain artificial ingredients, fragrances, or dyes.

Package up bottles or jars of bath fizzies for gifts to share!



    1. lifenreflection says:

      You’ll love it Elizabeth!

  1. Brenda Severns says:

    I bought my hubby a bath bomb at a local craft fair. He was excited to use it, since he loves to soak his sore muscles in oil and Epsom salt. However, he was a little disappointed in the lack of dizziness, lol. I started researching diy bath fizzies but had neither the molds, patience or time to make the traditional bath bomb. I was so happy to run across your recipe for the bath fizzie powder, had the main ingredients and made it just yesterday. This am he tried them out and I’m happy to report that he loves it! Thx so much! 😊

    1. lifenreflection says:

      Brenda, I have to tell you this made my day! Thank you for sharing and I’m so glad your husband enjoyed them. They are quite fizzy and much easier to make than bath bombs.

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