- 1 How To Use Bath Bombs In Various Situations Other Than Bath Or Shower
- 2 What Are Bath Bombs
- 3 Different Types Of Bath Bombs
- 4 5 Ways To Use Bath Bombs Without Bath Or Shower
- 5 What Else
How To Use Bath Bombs In Various Situations Other Than Bath Or Shower
What Are Bath Bombs
Do you know what to do with bath bombs? Bath bombs are a great way to enjoy an evening in the tub. They come in many different fragrances and can be used as a stress reliever or for relaxation. You should try adding it to your bath, and soak in the gloriously aromatic water for at least 20 minutes before getting out. But what do you do with old bath bombs? They’re no good anymore right? Well, actually there’s tons of ways that you can use them up and what you do is based on what type of bath bomb it is.
Bath bombs are one of the most popular ways to relax after a long day. They’re easy to use, and you can customize them however you like. You can buy them pre-made, or make your own at home. In this article, I’ll teach you how to make your own bath bombs using three different methods. I’ll also show you how to choose the right ingredients, and give you some tips on how to use them for the best results. So let’s get started!
Different Types Of Bath Bombs
The Basic Bath Bomb
This bath bomb is simple to identify because you can see the depth of color on it, meaning that it has a mixture of colors. There are only two ways to use this type of bath bomb. You either can crumble up the ball into some Epsom salts and have a relaxing soak in the tub or you can drop the whole thing into your bath. The colors will slowly mix together and you’ll have a relaxing experience, along with vibrant color in your water.
The Imbued Bath Bomb
Ball Imbued Bath Bombs are usually not very common because they can be difficult to make properly. There’s many ways this type of bath bomb can be used, and it’s totally up to you. You can smash the ball up and add some Epsom salts for a relaxing soak or you could crush them all together and make soap. There are lots of other ways to use these balls, such as using it as fertilizer for plants or adding it to homemade potpourri; the possibilities are endless and limited to your imagination.
The Explosive Bath Bomb
Also known as the Bath Fizzer, this type of bath bomb has a heart that looks like it could explode at any moment because of its white color and smaller appearance. This means that you can’t use these bath bombs in your tub since they will get chunks everywhere and make your water look like its filled with snow. All of the bath fizzers are fun to use because they make a ton of noise while you’re waiting for them to dissolve in the water.
However, don’t just drop all of these bath bombs into one tub because it will not be good on your skin since there’s different types of bath fizzers. Some are made with different chemicals for different purposes.
You can use the bath bombs as decoration by taping them to your wall and adding a layer of paint on top of it so that you’re able to see the design underneath the coloring added by the bomb. The smell is wonderful and it will last longer than just having it in the bathroom.
Or you could just throw the fizzer at something and watch it explode! It really is fun, but be careful where you’re throwing this thing because it does kind of hurt. Once again there’s many ways to use these bath bombs so have fun with them!
The Bath Mallow
These are very cool to use because they are squishy and slow to dissolve. You can either hold it under running water until it’s completely gone or you can break it up into different pieces for a multi-sensory experience. The lovely smell that these things usually give off will last on your skin for quite some time, so be sure to moisturize after your bath.
There’s no limit to the number of things that you can do with these balls, it just takes creativity and a little bit of patience. Don’t worry if you feel like you don’t have either though because anyone can do whatever they want as long as they put their mind to it! Experimenting is key so try different types of bath bombs and see what you like, then start creating new recipes with them.
5 Ways To Use Bath Bombs Without Bath Or Shower
Bath bombs provide a long, warm bath for everyone! If you live in an area where baths are less common or have no access at all to one then these little guys will make your shower even more luxurious. They also work great if college students only get TVs with VCR/DVD players installed inside their rooms instead of bathrooms themselves- just bring along some DVD movies so both parties can enjoy time together while wetting hair down after workouts on those chilly fall evenings before classes start up again tomorrow morning…
You can still use the bath bombs even if there’s not bathtub or even shower head. Here are some good 5 ways for you to do so:
Use Your Bath Bomb As Home Decorative Room Freshener
Bath bombs decorated with vibrant colors, floral petals, confetti, and glitter can add a decorative element to any room. If you crush your bath bomb and place it in a decorative container, you can enjoy it for much longer than if it was simply dissolved in a bath.
Traditionally, bath bombs are made with baking soda, clays, Epsom salts, and other powdered ingredients. Crushing them could result in a large amount of dust being released into the air. To keep the mess to a minimum, I recommend crushing your bath bomb while it is in a sandwich bag or other airtight bag to avoid dispersing a lot of dust into the air.
Use Your Bath Bomb As Air Freshener
If your bath bomb is large, you can cut it into four pieces and dissolve one of the pieces in a cup. Remove the dissolved bath bomb from the cup and place it in the spray bottle. Once the bath bomb has been placed in the spray bottle, it can be used as an air freshener. To freshen up a room, spritz it in the air.
Select one or more bath bombs in your favorite scent and strategically place them around the car in places such as cupholders, door pockets, the glove box, or the center console. If necessary, you can crush one and incorporate it into the floor mats. They’ll leave your car smelling nice while remaining unobtrusive.
Use Your Bath Bomb As Deodorizer
Baking soda is a common ingredient in most bath bombs. Baking soda absorbs odors in the air. Bath Bombs have fragrance added to them. Baking soda’s ability to neutralize odors and the fragrance it emits into a room make it an excellent deodorizer. Place an organza bag or a piece of cheesecloth in drawers or closets and let them act as deodorizers.
Bath bombs can be used as a deodorizer in a variety of ways. You can store them in stinky shoes or in the closet. Do you want to keep your car smelling good? Simply place a bath bomb beneath the seat!
Use Your Bath Bomb For Aromatherapy
Essential oils are used to scent many Bath Bombs. Allow your bath bomb to dissolve in a glass of warm water and set the mood in the room. If you have a large bath bomb, cut it into four or more pieces and use it for multiple aromatherapy sessions.
Use Your Bath Bomb As Gifts
To make a birthday, baby shower, or Christmas gift extra special for your loved one, include a bath bomb. You can also give your bath bombs as a “Just Thinking of You” gift to someone who enjoys baths.
You can tell your loved one to put some bath bombs in a glass bowl, and they will look great and smell like a bed of flowers and fruits all day!
If you have anymore comments and queries on what to do with bath bombs, feel free to comment below.