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Recipe from company's coming Gifts from the kitchen

Bath Bombs
The baking soda and citric acid produce a gentle fizzing.

11/2 C (375mL) Baking soda
1/2 C (125mL) citric Acid ( available at pharmacy counter)
11/2 tsp. (7mL) Fragrance Oil (use more or less as desired)
Food Coloring
Water, in a spray bottle
Small scoop or hard plastic candy molds.

Combine baking soda and citric acid in a small bowl.

Add fragrance oil and food coloring. Mix well. Spray surface of
mixture with water until dampened. Mix well. Keep sparying and mixing until mixture just begins to clump.

Form balls with hands or scoop into balls or press firmly into molds. Release onto waxed paper-lined baking sheets. Alow to dry at room temperature for about 8 hours.
On tag attached to product:

Directions: Bath bomb: As with any product, anyone with sensitive skin should test this product first before bathing. Fill bathtub with water. Add bath bomb. Submerse arm for five minutes. Check for reaction.
Genie Webber <thenailroomala AT aol.com>
Wetumpka, AL USA
what is that exactly suppose to do for the skin? just curious.
Eva )