I’ll be teaching a Valentine Themed Soap & Fizzy class at Otion this Saturday. I’d love to see you there ($25; you’ll leave with 4 bath fizzies and 4 bars of soap) but if you can’t come, here is a tutorial on making romantic rose Bath Fizzies (with fresh roses!).
What you need:
or: Chocolate Bath Fizzies
2. Put in 1 Tablespoon of rose petals, torn up into small sizes. Alternatively, if you’d like to go with chocolate, use a cheese grater to grate up Chocolate bits and put 1 Tablespoon of grated up Chocolate into your Citric Acid and Baking Soda mixture.
4. Add fragrance. Since each bath fizzy needs to scent an entire tub, you’ll want to use a good amount of fragrance. 1/3 ounce is a good place to start all the way up to 1/2 ounce.
6. Spritz the mixture with 6 squirts of Witch Hazel. Mix in well. Grab some of the mixture and make a fist around it. Does the mixture stay together? If it does, it’s ready to mold. If it does not hold its shape, do 3 more Witch Hazel spritzes until the mixture forms a shape in your hand when clenched.
9. Carefully tip the mold over. With the mold less than one inch off the table (as close as you can to the table without sitting on the table), gently tap the bath fizzy out.
10. Let the bath fizzy air dry for 12 to 24 hours before moving or wrapping.
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