DIY Aromatherapy Shower Fizzies

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DIY Aromatherapy Shower Fizzies bring your shower experience to a new level.

DIY Aromatherapy Shower Fizzies
It is hard to believe it is close to the end of April. School lets out next month, which means time to find something unique to give my grandsons teacher. I usually try to make gifts because they are less likely to get homemade things or duplicates. I made DIY aromatherapy shower fizzies this year for a fun teacher gift. The best thing about the aromatherapy shower fizzies is they are easy to make and can be personalized with a variety of essential oils. They are not only great teacher gifts but also wonderful gift ideas for Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. I know many people that enjoy bath bombs, but not everyone takes bath.However most people take showers so this is a fantastic way to turn a daily shower into an aromatherapy spa experience.

Here is what I used:
¾ cup Baking Soda
1/3 cup Citric Acid
Witch Hazel (in a spray bottle)
Soap Mold (if you don’t have one use the half of a plastic Easter egg)
Essential Oil of your choice (I used Now Cheer Up Buttercup blend)
Gloves (I used gloves for dying hair)
Pops Favor Bags for packaging

Directions:
I use gloves on my hands while I made these to avoid messing up my nail polish, but it isn’t necessary.
In a glass bowl combine the Baking Soda and the Citric Acid.

DIY Aromatherapy Shower Fizzies

Mix together, breaking up any clumps. Slowly add the essential oil to the mixture, you can add more essential oil than a bath bomb since it is used for aromatherapy in the shower.

DIY Aromatherapy Shower Fizzies

I used 40 drops of Cheer Up Buttercup in my fizzies, which isn’t overpowering. Since I don’t know the teacher very well, I made them mildly fragrant. However, when I make them for myself, I use more oil. You can adjust the oil amount to your liking up to 80 drops in this size batch. Combine the oil in the mixture and mix thoroughly. Slowly spray Witch Hazel into the mixture and mix with hands until the powder sticks together but doesn’t crumble.

DIY Aromatherapy Shower Fizzies

The amount of Witch Hazel will vary depending how much oil you use. Be sure and spray it a little at a time so the citric acid doesn’t lose its fizz.Using your hands press the powder into the soap mold making sure that the top is smooth.

DIY Aromatherapy Shower Fizzies

Let the fizzies sit in the mold for at least an hour. Remove from mold and let the fizzies dry overnight.

DIY Aromatherapy Shower Fizzies

After they dry, package them to your liking. I used Pops Favor Bags for packaging two fizzies. Be sure and include a card with directions.

DIY Aromatherapy Shower Fizzies

 The shower fizzies should be placed on the floor of the shower for an aromatherapy experience. These are not bath bombs and should not be used in the bathtub due to the amount of essential oil used. Now isn’t that simple? What is your favorite blend of essential oils? 

For more easy gift ideas, visit a few of my favorite bloggers:

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Comments

  1. That’s a cute mold you used!

  2. I love the name of that essential oil! I bet it smells amazing. I definitely need to try this.

  3. lana simanovicki says:

    this would be awesome for mothers day

  4. I love that mold! The shapes of these are so cute! I’d love to get these for Mother’s Day!

  5. This is so cute. And so easy to make

  6. I like the concept of this article. .but when applying I’ve never read dilute with water before. I do love jojoba oil. Thanks for the tips and trying to stay neutral

  7. Dianna Thomas Davis says:

    your right this is really easy– and fun to make– I love the lavender and mint scents. And I am sure that I can make these for little gifts. Im sure it won’t be to hard for me to do. Thanks for sharing this one too!

  8. These sound awesome. I will definitely be trying to make some of these for myself.

  9. This would make a great gift. I love this idea.

  10. What is the point of the Citrus Acid? Some recipes call for it – others don’t… Also the Witch Hazel?

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