It's not soap!

I've been playing around with my bath fizzy recipe and design.  I think I finally have a winner.  I've been testing various ingredients and oils and fell in love with avocado oil.  It seemed very silky in my bath water and I love that.  I also use an emulsifier because I can't stand oil floating in my bath water.  My goal is just to do simple, pretty colors.  What do you think?

Scented with Cucumber and Aloe and colored with blue glycerin dye.

Here's what the bath water looks like.  Very spa-like!

I love pink and purple!  

I thought I would also include a photo of my final salt scrub.  I've really fallen in love with this one.  My goal was to create a white scrub that looked fluffy on day 1 as well as day 30.  I chose fine sea salt instead of sugar because it seems to last in the shower, exfoliate, and make my skin glow.  The downside of salt is that it can sting if you have a cut on your skin, but it's something I can live with!  This one is scented with fluffy pink candy and it's yummy!  I may even include colored jojoba spheres to give it some extra bling of color.  I'm always working on other projects, but these are my prettiest ones so far.


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  1. Pretty! The bath water does look very spa-like...glad you have a bath fizzy recipe you like! I've only made them once and wasn't thrilled...I too didn't like the oil floating around. I'm drooling over that salt scrub...I could use it right now, lol. It sure does look fluffy! :)

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    1. Thank you! I've been playing with fizzy recipes forever and I'm very picky! I think choosing the right fragrance and amount is my challenge right now. Some smell good in the bath and some don't. I also need to make more of the salt scrub. I used it all up, which means I liked it. :)

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  2. Wow, those are beautiful! And the colors - gorgeous!
    Enjoy them!

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  3. The colors look great and I'm super loving the molds you used. Thanks for sharing. =)

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    1. Thank you! This mold is so versatile too!

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