Cupcake Bath Bombs: World Rockers.
Bath bombs are awesome. We know this. It has been scientifically proven. (That bit isn’t true. It would be true, if someone decided to fund a study. Probably.) They’re aromatic, they condition the bath water so you can stay in the tub longer, they’re pretty and they aid in purging all the toxins and free radicals from your body and skin while you sit back and relax in a fancy bath. Bath bombs? Are awesome. There’s nothing better than a bath bomb. Until now.
Cupcake Bath Bombs? Stupid awesome. They’re fancy bath plus. These fizzy little beauties do everything bath bombs do, plus they’re topped with whipped soap frosting. What do you use whipped soap frosting for, you ask? Well, it’s soap. So you can wash with it. You can also use it as bubble bath. You can even use it to fill the nail holes in the wall! (That bit is also not true. I mean, you probably could use it for that. But why would you? That’s what toothpaste is for. Obvs.)
Each bath bomb is the same size as a full-sized cupcake – what an excellent zero calorie treat! With six delectable scents to choose from, determining your favorite has never been so hard! Enjoy your fancy bath plus. You’ve earned it.
Net Wt 4oz
I’m in the throes of a pretty intense GBBO obsession, and I’m not the slightest bit sorry. The inspiration for these cupcake bath bombs came from Mary Berry’s iced fairy cakes. Sweet, delicate, beautifully decorated – her cupcakes make my heart happy. I just had to create my own version. For a to die for iced fairy cakes recipe, click this link. If you haven’t heard of the GBBO, click here. You can thank me later.
Ingredients (Bath Bomb): Baking Soda, Corn Starch, Epsom Salt, Citric Acid, Sunflower Oil, Pigments, Fragrance and Essential Oils
Ingredients (Whipped Soap): Coconut Oil, Palm Oil, Safflower Oil, Glycerin, Water, Sodium Hydroxide, Sorbitol, Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Disodium Lauryl Sulfosuccinate, Salt, Phenoxyethanol, Tetrasodium EDTA, Shea Butter, Fragrance and Essential Oils, Pigments