Isabel and Caroline Bercaw started making bath bombs in their parent’s Minnesota based home and now are co-founders of the multi-million dollar company Da Bomb Bath Fizzers. They stopped by the TCL studio to show us how to make one of their classic bath fizzers.
Baking soda Citric acid Corn starch Sweet almond oil Liquid pigment Fragrance Confetti sprinkles Bath bomb mold
+Mix dry ingredients – baking soda, citric acid, corn starch (blend through hands) +Combine wet ingredients – sweet almond oil, liquid pigment and fragrance +Combine dry and wet ingredients (combine with “handwashing” motion) +Once the pigment is distibuted throughout “batter” it is ready to be placed in the bath bomb mold +Bath bomb molds can be found on online through simply searching “bath bomb molds” +Prior to putting batter in the mold, place a layer of sprinkles +Once the mold is filled to the top, place cover on the top +It will take 1-2 days for them to dry before you can use them
Purchase Fizz Boom Bath! to learn how to make fizzers.