How to make bath geysers with sea salt
Sea salt is being used for bathing for quite a long time. It has rich chemical composition and has been proven to be beneficial on human skin and the entire body, and costs reasonably. Sea salt is one of the most popularly used for bathing, and is available almost anywhere. You can use plain salt for bathing or you can make bath geysers, with crushed sea salt being among its components.
- Baking soda – 4 tbsp
- Citric acid – 2 tbsp
- Sea salt – 2 tbsp
- Starch or dried milk – 2 tbsp
- Sweet almond oil – 2 tbsp
- Polysorbate-80 – 1 tsp
- Essential oil
Combine the citric acid and baking soda.
Add starch or milk powder, and stir to get homogeneous mass.
Add the sea salt. You can purchase the colored sea salt bath, or you can paint it by yourself.
Add Polysorbate-80 in the oil of sweet almonds.
Next add your favorite fragrant essential oil, if you like.
To make geysers, pour the oil mixture to the dry mixture, and mix them thoroughly.
After stirring, the mixture consistence must be solid enough to keep its form after compression in the hand.
The half-filled mixture of molds for bath geysers.
A mixture of various colors can be filled on the other half.
Strongly compress the two halves for 15-20 seconds.
Carefully remove the top of the first molds.
Remove the top of the bottom molds.
The geysers may be dried by spreading them out in the open air in a low-humid room. You may use a napkin to cover them.
If you are fan of eco friendly products, you may use plain sea salt for geysers, instead of dye.
White geysers looks distinctive and beautiful. You can also make an exceptional white geysers by using cornstarch.
- Before making geysers, grind citric acid and sea salt using a coffee grinder.
- Citric acid can irritate your skin if you have scratches, so use gloves to avoid irritation.
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