How to Make the Most Delightful Unicorn Bath Bombs

Bring a little magic to the tub tonight.

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There are three undeniable facts:

1. Everybody enjoys taking a bath.

2. Everybody loves unicorns.

3. You're probably on a budget.

On the surface, these facts may seem unrelated, but one magical phrase links them together: DIY unicorn bath bombs. and came up with this fun and easy project, and we just had to share it with you. Who wouldn't be delighted by one of these sparkly bath carbonators? We suggest a batch for you and a batch for your bestest of friends. These homemade treats are definitely cheaper than those $15 designer ones.

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Here's what you'll need:

  • 1 cup
  • 2 cups
  • 2 ounces
  • 2 teaspoons of your choice
  • 1/2 teaspoon (colorant)
  • 1/2 teaspoon (colorant)
  • 1/2 teaspoon (colorant)
  • (enough to fill your chosen spray bottle)
  • 1 ounce
  • 1/2 teaspoon
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Step 1: Make your horns first.
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Before you get started on the bath bombs themselves, prep a few unicorn soap horns. It's easy! Just melt an ounce of shea butter and pour it into the horn mold. Let the horns harden before you take them out, then dip each one in the gold mica.

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Step 2: Add baking soda and citric acid to a bowl.
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Mix the two together well.

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Step 3: Add the essential oil of your choice.
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We really like . Add the other ounce of shea butter you didn't use for the unicorn horns, as a skin conditioner.

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Step 4: Mix and divide.
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After mi in the oil and shea butter, split the mixture evenly into your three bowls.

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Step 5: Add one color of mica to each bowl and mix.
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Be sure to blend the color into the mixture as evenly as possible. Spray it with witch hazel (or water if you don't have any) to help get it to a crumbly, yet malleable, consistency.

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Step 6: Pack layers of each color into each bath bomb mold.
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Sprinkle some of each color to create layers in the mold, filling each compartment completely. Use your palm to press it in so it's really dense.

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Step 7: Let them dry.
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Here's the boring part, but this is totally worth the wait. Let them dry on a tray.

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Step 8: ADD GLITTER!
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Here's the not-boring part! Sprinkle glitter on your bath bombs like the magical fairy princess you were born to be! Make sure the glitter is specifically cosmetic glitter; craft glitter is not intended for use on skin and could be dangerous if accidentally ingested.

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Step 9: Attach the horns.
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Dip the bottom of your shea butter unicorn horns into melted glycerin and attach them to the top of your bath bombs.

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Then, admire your work!
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Of course, that work will be lovingly destroyed as soon as you drop one into the bathtub, but it'll all be worth it when color, glitter and love bubbles to the surface.

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