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💗 "TWEENTREPRENEUR" 💗 It’s a term we just created 😂 but sums up the girls who have been part of our Lotions & Potions Classes.

The girls are so business savvy and have such strong brand ideas, so this Term in our Lotions & Potions Classes we will be starting creation of the girls mini website for their brand, as well as making a heap more awesome products, including these donut bath bombs!!!

Book your place online here or don't live in Perth? You can make these donut bath bombs with the following instructions:


MATERIALS: Donut bath bomb mould Citric Acid* Baking Soda* Epsom Salts* Cornflour* Pink cosmetic grade pigment Coconut Oil*

Witch Hazel (grab from the chemist) Goat’s Milk Soap base Essential oil Sprinkles*

* - grab these items from your local supermarket


Step 1:

Combine citric acid, baking soda, Epsom salt, cornflour and pigment in a large bowl.

Step 2:

Melt coconut oil in a small microwave safe dish; stir in essential oil. Pour oil over the dry mixture; stir until evenly combined.

Step 3:

Lightly spray witch hazel until the mixture is wet enough to hold its shape if you were to grab a handful (

Step 4:

Press bath bomb mixture into the donut pan. Allow the bath bombs to dry for at least a few hours (I always leave mine overnight). Place a towel down and gently turn the pan over to release them. They should come right out, if not gently tap on the bottom of the pan. The towel provides a soft surface to land on, to prevent them from breaking.

Step 5:

Melt goat’s milk soap in a shallow bowl. Allow the soap to cool for a few minutes then dip the top of the donut bath bombs. Set aside and work on the rest. Repeat with a second coat and immediately add sprinkles. If your soap starts to harden pop it in the microwave for 10 seconds. Let soap set for 10 minutes and your bath bombs are ready!


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