With all of the known health benefits of cinnamon, it’s no wonder that it’s a perfect choice when making bath bombs. First and foremost cinnamon ranks highest in regards to its protective antioxidant levels. When you take into consideration the anti-inflammatory effects of this ingredient. Cinnamon should be at the top of your list. If you’re looking to counteract swelling, inflammation and reduce pain. PMS discomfort, muscle aches and pains, not to mention common allergies can be managed by introducing cinnamon into your natural health regimen. When it comes to skin care, one of the key benefits of cinnamon is its antibiotic and antimicrobial effect that can help protect the skin from allergies, rashes, and other irritants.
Servings Prep Time
46oz. Bath Bombs 15minutes
Passive Time
5minutes
Servings Prep Time
46oz. Bath Bombs 15minutes
Passive Time
5minutes
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Grind citric acid with mortar and pestle. If you don’t have it, a bowl will work by pressing a spoon against it, an old coffee grinder also works well. Try not over grind.
  2. Mix sodium bicarbonate, cinnamon powder, and citric acid in a bowl.
  3. Add desired amount of cinnamon essential oil, fragrance, and/or gel colorant to mixture.
  4. Use vegetable glycerin to meet the appropriate consistency for a uniform bath bomb.
  5. when less is more. Spray with alcohol 2 or 3 times. The mixture should hold its shape when you squeeze it in your hand. If it doesn’t, spray a little bit more.
  6. Fill the mold with the mixture. Use rough cut cinnamon stix now if desired. Mold size and shape preference is your decision.
  7. After about 30 minutes, you can release the bath bombs from the mold.
  8. Shelf life – best to use within a month or else their fizz will not be so effective anymore