Bath, Toilet & Shower Bombs

Bath, Toilet & Shower Bombs

Fragrance Bombs are an easy way to add a delightful scent to any room in your home. They are made using a combination of baking soda, citric acid, and essential oils. Here's how to make them:



  • 1 cup baking soda
  • 1/2 cup citric acid
  • 10 - 15 drops of essential oil of your choice
  • Water 



Ice cube tray



Roughly 12-18 depending on size of ice cube tray or mould used.



  1. In a bowl, mix the baking soda and citric acid.
  2. Add the essential oil to the mixture and stir well. You can use any essential oil that you like, but some good options are lavender, peppermint, eucalyptus, and citrus.
  3. Add a little bit of water into the mixture at a time, stirring constantly, until the mixture starts to stick together. You want the mixture to be slightly damp, but not too wet.
  4. Scoop the mixture into a silicone mould or ice cube tray, packing it in tightly. Let the mixture sit in the mould for several hours or overnight to dry and harden.
  5. Once the fragrance bombs have hardened, pop them out of the mould and store them in a jar or container until you're ready to use them.


A few ways to use to the fragrance bombs

  • In the Loo:When you need to cover some unpleasant bathroom odours, simply drop a fragrance bomb into the loo after a flush and it will fizz up and release a more pleasant fragrance
  • In the bath:Drop one into a warm bath and enjoy!
  • In the shower: Pop one in the corner of the shower and it will dissolve releasing your chosen fragrance, we love Eucalyptus Oil for this
  • In the home: Simply place one or two in a small dish or bowl and leave them in a room. As the bombs start to dissolve, they'll release a lovely fragrance into the air. You can also use them in your drawers or closets to keep your clothes smelling fresh.



This is a wonderful, cost effective and multi-purpose solution for your home - not to mention healthy, eco-friendly and ethically made.




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