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Using Bath Bombs Without Bathtubs? Made Possible. - The Bath Time

Using Bath Bombs Without Bathtubs? Made Possible.

Using Bath Bombs Without Bathtubs? Made Possible.

Bath bombs appear to be the ideal present for everybody! A lengthy, warm, delicious bath may benefit everyone. Bathtubs are becoming less frequent in some locations and are being replaced with showers. Bathtubs are being replaced by walk-in showers in urban areas to save space, so you may not have access to one. Perhaps you are a college student who only has access to showers in your dorm room. In any event, even if you don't have a bathtub, you may still enjoy bath bombs.

Bath bombs may be used creatively without a bathtub by dissolving them in a pail of water, using them as deodorizers, or utilizing them as fizzes in the shower. Bath bombs may also be used to make a foot soak or placed in sachets throughout the home to create an appealing scent. The benefits of bath bombs go beyond the standard bathtub. With DIY creative ideas, you can utilize them for different purposes in your house.


1. Foot soak

You may still reap the advantages of bath bombs by applying them just on your feet. A pail or basin of warm water and a bath bomb are required for this. Cut the bomb in half and dissolve one half in warm water. Soak your feet for 15 to 20 minutes in the bucket or basin. When you're finished, pat your feet dry and walk away. This is due to the oil in bath bombs making your feet incredibly slippery. This raises the likelihood of stumbling or falling.


2. Decorative room/wardrobe fresheners

Bath bombs contain decorations such as confetti, flower petals, stunning hues, and glitter that may be used to adorn your space. Crush the bath bombs and place them in beautiful containers in various places such as sitting rooms and bedrooms. They will last longer in a crushed state than in a bathtub.


3. Repurpose your bath bomb as a deodorizer

Baking soda is a common element in most bath bombs. Baking soda absorbs odors in the air. Bath Bombs include scent. Baking soda's ability to neutralize smells and the scent it emits into a space make it an excellent deodorizer. Place an organza bag or a piece of cheesecloth in drawers or closets and let them act as deodorizers.


4. Take the bath bombs to the shower with you

Wrap the bath bomb with cheesecloth or an organza favor bag to keep it breathable. Tie the showerhead to the bath bomb. You will be able to feel the perfume and fizz of the bath bomb as the humid climate in the shower dissolves it, similar to dissolving it on the shower floor.


5. Bath bomb as aromatherapy

Essential oils are used to fragrance many Bath Bombs. Allow your bath bomb to dissolve in a glass of warm water and establish the ambiance in the room. If you have a huge bath bomb, break it into four or more pieces and use it for many aromatherapy sessions.


6. Straight forward. Directly dissolve bath bombs

Dissolve your bath bombs in a basin or pail of warm water to experience the fresh and relaxing sensation (you can also use cold water, but warm is better). After that, take a scoop of the foam-filled water and spray it on your body. Using this strategy, you will enjoy all of the benefits of bath bombs just like you would in a bathtub.


7. DIY body scrub

As you can see, you can accomplish a lot with bath bombs even if you don't have a bathtub. Making a body scrub with your bath bombs and a few additional items is another fascinating tip. Follow these simple steps to make a homemade body scrub with bath bombs:

  • Wrap the bath bomb in a plastic bag then crush it lightly using a small mallet

  • Put the crushed bath bomb in a small container.

  • Add half a cup of sugar

  • Add a third cup of melted coconut oil

  • Mix thoroughly

Use the scrub in the shower to experience a luxurious exfoliation.

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