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Lavender Oatmeal Bath Bombs Recipe

Soothe dry and itchy skin with the amazing bath bomb recipe. It lets you show your creative and fun personality. It combines the calming scent of lavender essential oil with the gentle exfoliating properties of oatmeal.

Lavender Oatmeal Bath Bombs

As the bath bomb fizzes in your tub, it releases the lavender aroma and scatters oatmeal throughout the water. This allows you to soak in the soothing scent of lavender while the oatmeal works its magic and buffs away the dead skin cells. It leaves you feeling refreshed with the smooth skin of your dreams.

Lavender Oatmeal Bath Bomb Benefits

There are many benefits of lavender and oatmeal, but when combined, the possibilities are endless, and so are their benefits.

1. Moisturises Skin

The lavender oatmeal bath bomb contains coconut oil which moisturises the skin. Coconut oil is rich in anti-inflammatory agents and provides protection against infection and free radicals. It offers overall protection to the skin.

2. Soothes Muscle Ache

Coming back home after a tiring day and immersing yourself in a warm lavender oatmeal bath relaxes your muscles and soothes aches due to the calming properties of lavender.

Soothes Muscle Ache

3. Relives Stress and Anxiety

Engulfed in the luxurious aroma of lavender essential oil, its aroma provides aromatherapy benefits. It helps to uplift the mood and calm the senses. It offers a sensory experience indulging all the senses in relaxation, making you present in the moment.

4. Improves Sleep

Waking up groggy is the worst feeling and way to start any day. To battle grogginess, it creates a relaxing ambience that lets you unwind and upgrade the quality of sleep you get. You can make it a warm bath to induce sleep faster.

5. Exfoliation

This recipe contains oatmeal, Epsom salt, and dried lavender flowers, which are coarse in nature and provide an extra kick of exfoliation. Meanwhile, water acts as a natural cleanser and cleanses the skin. All these factors contribute to the removal of dead skin cells.

Homemade Lavender Oatmeal Bath Bomb

Crafting a lavender oatmeal bath bomb hardly takes 10 minutes, while curing takes a day. Anyone can craft this by themselves or with their family to make it an even more fun experience.

Homemade Lavender Oatmeal Bath Bomb


  • Oats - ½ Cup
  • Citric Acid - ½ Cup
  • Baking Soda - 1 Cup
  • Corn Starch - ½ Cup
  • Epsom Salts - ¼ Cup
  • Water - ½ Teaspoon (If Needed)
  • Lavender Essential Oil - 5 Drops
  • Purple Food Coloring - A Few Drops 
  • Virgin Coconut Oil - 1 ½ Tablespoons
  • Dried Lavender Flower - 1 Tablespoon


  • Bowls
  • Whisk
  • Bath Bomb Mold
  • Microwave/ Saucepan
  • Measuring Cups and Spoons


Step 1: Designate a bowl for wet ingredients and one for dry ingredients. Add 1 cup of baking soda, ½ citric acid, ½ cup of corn starch, ¼ cup of Epsom salt, and ½ cup of oats.

Step 2: Use the whisk to mix. In another bowl, add 1 ½ tablespoons of melted virgin coconut oil. You can melt it either in a microwave or a saucepan.

Step 3: Then, add a few drops of purple food coloring to bring a subtle lavender color to the bath bomb and a few drops of lavender essential oil. Combine.

Step 4: Now, slowly stir the dry ingredients with a whisk while adding the wet ingredients to avoid the formation of lumps.

Step 5: Once everything is mixed, take a spoonful of both bomb mix into your hand and try to form a ball to check the consistency of the ingredients and whether they are clumping together or not.

Step 6: If they are not binding,  you can add a teaspoon of water to the mix. Take the bath bomb mold and add a spoonful of dried lavender flower to one side; you can place the mix on top of that.

Step 7: Make sure to overflow the bowl for better grip. Hold both the sides together tightly. Leave the bath bomb unattended for an hour. Use a spoon to tap gently to free the bath bomb from the mold.

Step 8: When the bath bomb is removed from the mold, let it cure for 24 hours to harden, and your bath bomb will be ready to provide a sensory experience.


Extravagant bath bomb with a simple recipe. Lavender oatmeal bath bombs are refreshing and calming, soothe skin, moisturize, boost collagen, induce sleep, and exfoliate the skin. They are packed with anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and amino acids. They make it suitable for all skin types and a perfect way to unwind a long and tiresome day.

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