Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Bath Bombs from Duffin's Soap Bakery

Take a look at these bath bombs from Duffin's Soap Bakery. Don't they look good enough to eat? The presentsation reminds me of a wonderful plate of cookies.

If you would like to see how these bombs were made then check out the article titled Bath Bombs for Fun. The ingredients that were used in this recipe were baking soda, citric acid, fragrance/essential oil, sweet almond oil, witch hazel, colorant and a surprising ingredient of corn flour. I am not sure what corn flour adds to the end product so I am going to ask the author about that particular ingredient in this recipe.

4 comments:

Sinister Soaps said...

Corn flour or cornstarch is often added to leave a silky, powdery feel. It also helps soften the water. It's a great additive if you want that affect!

Everything Shea ... Creates said...

I hope they're labeled Do Not Eat! Wonderful looking bath bombs.

Soap Crafter said...

Everything Shea - Yeah! They do look good enough to eat.

Soap Crafter said...

Thanks Sinister Soaps. I did not know that corn starch was also known as Corn Flour. Learn something new everyday. That makes sense.