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Here's how to make homemade "bath bombs" that'll help make your relationship "explode. They erupt on contact with water. Infusing color, fragrance, and moisture … which should leave your partner feeling relaxed, rejuvenated, and appreciated.

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Use of this product typically induce feelings of love, relaxation, and appreciation, in the user. Side effects may include hugs, kisses, and in some cases, pregnancy. Have fun, but always think ahead, and remember that any project you try is at YOUR OWN RISK.

The Recipe at a glance:

- 1/4 Cup: Baking Soda
- 1/8 Cup: Epsom Salt (or sea salt)
- 1/8 Cup: Citric Acid (Health food stores, speciality food/ethnic grocery stores, or online:
- 1/8 Cup: Corn Starch

- 1.5 teaspoons: Vegetable Oil (or Castor Oil)
- 12-15 Drops Red Food Coloring (and/or a squirt of liquid hand soap to make bubbles)
- 1 teaspoon: Water

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Project Inspired By:

A commercial "bath bomb" from a hotel my wife took me to, as part of a birthday getaway in 2014.

Project History & More Info:

A little over 2 years ago, my wife decided that for my birthday gift she wanted to take me out to spend the night at a very romantic, but very old, hotel.

As we were checking in, the attendant asked us if we'd like to purchase a "bath bomb" to enhance our experience.

I had never heard of a "bath bomb" before, but naturally my ears perked up, and of course I was interested in anything ending with the word "bomb".

The instructions said to simply drop it in the bath water, so we did, and to my amazement, it immediately started fizzing and bubbling, and making the room smell amazing. The water got softer, and our bath felt like luxury and pure bliss.

I decided right then and there (in the bath tub) that I was going to figure out how to make one of these amazing devices, and share it with the world.

I put the idea on the shelf for awhile to focus on other projects, but my interest was reawakened one night as my family and I were watching a YouTube channel called "What's Up Moms". They had a cool bath bomb video ( that inspired me to try again.

I followed Brooke's instructions perfectly, changing only the color and the amount of water slightly, and to my great satisfaction, this recipe worked perfectly! ..which meant my wife and I enjoyed another bath bomb experience that night.

With Valentines Day quickly approaching, my goal was to come up with a cool project idea that anyone could share with their partner, and be proud of. I wanted a project that was "King of Random Style", but still gentle and elegant enough to make a woman happy, and genuinely excited about her gift as well.

I spent weeks experimenting with different ideas, colors, and molds, and developed ideas ranging from black Bob-ombs and round bath bombs, to sticks of TNT.

Ultimately I settled on a red/pink stick of dynamite, because it looks cool, and turns the water pink as it diffuses.

My wife guided me in my choices of essential oils, based on what she prefers, so the only thing left for me to figure out was how to make the wick useful.

The idea of tying a secret gift, like jewelry, to the end of the string then packing it into the bath bomb during production came to me as I was nearing the end of my prototyping.