My daughter is addicted to bath fizzies. Of all the things she can be addicted to I guess it could be worse. But a premium bath fizzie can be pricey and when you are taking a bath 3-4 times a week and using one every single time that adds up fast. I have been thinking we should start making our own fizzies at home for some time now. Just for our personal use but I had no idea where to start. Kiss Naturals makes a kit so we can try making our own bath fizzies at home. It’s a great way to see if we are really cut out to make our own or if we should keep purchasing them from the store.Here is our Kiss Naturals Make Your Own Bath Fizzie kit. Everything you need is included in the kit. There’s even a cute little heart mold to make your bath fizzies in! I had been wondering if we could use a silicone mold to make bath fizzies and now I had my answer – yes! The directions are in English, Spanish and French making it easy to find a set of directions you’ll understand. Inside the kit there are 2 large pouches of the Kiss Naturals.com secret formula, With Hazel, 2 scents, silicone heart mold, scraper and a little cup. All I need to add is a mixing bowl. The directions are really easy to follow and making up a batch of fizzies does not take long.This is the step you need to pay attention too. Pack the molds. I mean really pack them good and make sure you have a solid heart. Then let them dry for 2 hours or so. They should be hard enough that you can pop them right out of the mold. I suggest storing the bath fizzies in a air tight container or baggie to keep the fragrance sealed in. When you are ready to take a bath simply grab a fizzie of two and drop into the water. Instantly you’ll see bubbles and the bath will be filed with jasmine!
Kiss Naturals.com has several different kits you can try out. We loved the Make Your Own Bath Fizzie but there’s also a lip gloss kit, soap making kit and many more to choose from.
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Linda Manns Linneman says
This sounds like a fun project. I need to check this out to do with my grandchildren. Thank you so much for sharing.