Whole 30 Easter: Egg Shaped Bath Bombs!

We are on day 12 of Whole 30 and Easter is approaching this weekend.   Even without being on Whole 30, I know my stance on sugar for my kids: recipe for disaster! So, I perused Pinterest and found a fun and healthy solution: Egg Shaped Bath Bombs.

Choosing to do a Whole 30 in April, I took into consideration the challenge of a commercialized sugar-filled holiday.   I considered their disappointment and still chose their health over temporary bliss.

We only needed to make 1 purchase for this recipe, because everything else was on hand. It was a little messy because my helpers were 18 months , 2.5 years, 3 years and 5 years of age.

We used the extra to play with in the sink 🙂

You will need:

  • Plastic Eggs (we used 6, 8 probably would have worked better)
  • 1 cup baking soda
  • 1/2 cup citric acid
  • 1/2 cup epsom salts
  • Food Coloring
  • Young Living Lavender* Essential Oil. (any oil you would like for your kids, Lavender is so versatile, great for the skin and relaxing)

I only use YL because their Seed-to-Seal promise gives me 100% confidence that what goes on my children’s bodies is pure, safe and therapeutic.

You can set up an account to purchase essential oils using this link. Http://yldist.com/sparklystefka

I recommend the starter kit since it’s 50% off retail on 11 oils (perfect for every need in the home be body)and a cool-mist Diffuser!!

For instructions pop over here


*EDIT* I think I used too much water spritzing, because mine did not harden after 30 minutes, they expanded and oped up the plastic!


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