These little whatsits are cute and fun. Lovely little nuggets of skin-softening goodness that smell pretty, too. First off, you’ll need a batch of Homemade Bath Salts. Don’t worry, they’re very easy to make.
Next up, we take a cue from bath bomb making.You’ll need a spray bottle filled with water, a bowl, and a spoon or silicone spatula. Start spritzing the bath salts, stirring constantly, until you have a damp, clumpy mixture.
Once the mixture is damp enough to hold together when squeezed, it’s time to start moulding. I used a teaspoon for mine. Pack the mould full, and then tap the salts out onto some parchment to dry.
Once they dry, you’ll have bath pebbles!
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These look pretty fun! Would you use them like a bomb? I guess they would explode, just dissolve?
Hi Sheila! They’re basically just nuggets of bath salts, so they’ll just dissolve 🙂