Oatmeal, Milk & Honey Bath Bomb – Atomic Balm

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This recipe for Oatmeal, Milk & Honey (or OMH) Bath Bombs is brought to you by the very generous Tammy of Atomic Balm! Thank you Tammy for taking the time to share your wisdom with us! Tammy is a bath bomb MASTER & she runs a fabulous group over on Facebook where she shares a wealth of amazing tips and recipes for your bath bomb success. (Links at the bottom of this post)

Oatmeal, Milk & Honey Bath Bomb – Atomic Balm

This bomb blend is amazing for your skin! All of the ingredients are natural & there are no nasty additives.

The recipe for Atomic Balm’s OMH bath bombs is as follows:

What You’ll Need:

  • 2 cups baking soda
  • 2 cups citric acid
  • 1 cup goats milk powder (US LINK) (any milk powder will work)
  • 1 1/2 tbs (Tablespoons) honey powder. (US LINK) (not the stuff in a can from Walmart you want real honey powder with no additional ingredients except a starch to keep them granular)
  • 3 tbs Apricot Kernel Oil (fractionated coconut oil, (US LINK) sweet almond oil works well too or any light oil. (but you may need a little more-  go by feel)
  • Alcohol in spray bottle  50-70% works best (US LINK) (The higher % seems to make the bombs dry and powdery and you want a nice smooth bomb)

You may end up spraying more alcohol  half way through due to the honey powder.  You can avoid this by using more oil in the beginning to make your mixture more like a damp sand, or just move quickly while molding because the mix tends to dry out on you. (This recipe can mold in almost anything)

 Tammy says these usually take less time to dry than a regular bomb. Tammy suggests placing them in front of a fan to dry but not to set them on paper towels to dry as that can cause the bombs to go powdery.

You can watch Tammy’s video: ‘Proper bath bomb molding techniques’ to learn how to properly mold your fancy new bath bombs here:

Join Tammy’s Atomic Balm bath n body, Tips, tricks, and useful information Facebook Group.

Check Out Atomic Balm’s Facebook Page.

Shop Atomic Balm on Etsy.

Watch videos on Atomic Balm’s Youtube Channel with a ton of useful information.

Thanks again Tammy for sharing your wonderful recipe with us! Be sure to check out all of the amazing info Tammy shares on her Facebook group & we hope to feature more of Tammy’s amazing products in the near future.

Photos: Tammy / Atomic Balm Edited by us using Picmonkey.

I recommend Mountain Rose Herbs & Starwest Botanicals for all of your herbal healing needs! You can purchase any extra supplies over at Amazon.ca or Amazon.com. Images Edited using PicMonkey.

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3 thoughts on “Oatmeal, Milk & Honey Bath Bomb – Atomic Balm

  1. I would love to make these! What kind of oatmeal do you put in, I can’t seem to find the info on how much and what kind in this recipe!
    Thank you so much 😊

    1. Okay so Tammy said that she used oatmeal fragrance, and oatmeal for decoration, but optionally it’s a couple tbs of either coiadal oats or ground up oatmeal, not the instant kind but the one that requires cooking.

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