How to make polysorbate bombs for bath


how do geysers bath with polysorbate

No matter which recipe for bath bombs you choose, either with milk powder, corn starch, clay or sea salt as a filler, it guarantees a soft delicate skin after bathing and high spirits. The minor shortcomings of this tool for bathing are the appearance of an oil film on the surface of the water and the remaining oil traces on the surface of the bath, as well as the rapid dissolution of the ball in the bubbling water that can only be removed by adding a Polysorbate-80 in recipe.

You´ll need

  • 4 tbsp of baking soda
  • 2 tbsp of citric acid
  • 3 tbsp of cornstarch
  • 2 tbsp of sweet almond oil (or any other base oil)
  • 1 tsp of polysorbate-80
  • Essential oils or fragrances


  • Citric acid ground in coffee grinder mixed with cornstarch and baking soda.
  • Sweet almond oil mixed with polysorbate-80. All should be thoroughly mixed.
  • Add fragrance or essential oil.
  • The finished mixture is spread in half molds, stamping firmly.
  • Combine half molds and greatly compress them. Then carefully remove the top, then the bottom half.
  • how do geysers bath with polysorbate

    Put the bombs ready for a day to dry, then wrap in plastic bag to store.


  • Polysorbate in this recipe of bath bombs extends the time of fragrant geyser swirling¬†in water.
  • After using the geysers with polysorbate, you will find no oily residue remaining on the surface of the bath.
  • You can check out the detailed process of making bombs for a bath with step by step photographs in the article¬†geysers with cornstarch.

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