Diy Rose Spa Kit

Homemade products always cheer us up. Sometimes they make us feel a little bit more proud of ourselves too. They are always a great and quick solution when there is a shortage of our favourite daily products. We are so happy to share with you the sweetest homemade bath kit that we found on the web. These three adorable homemade products will save you a lot of money in your wallet PLUS it is a great gift idea for your mom or your best friend. We tried them, we loved them and we hope that you will love them too.


 Bath bombs are kind of sent from heaven. It is the greatest way to soak in the water and relax. The marvelous smell that these cute things leave on you, will make your skin thank you later. This rose petal and rose oil infused bath bomb is made with dry milk that helps nourish and moisturize the skin.

Source: A pumpkin and a princess

1 cup baking soda
½ cup Citric Acid
½ cup cornstarch
¼ cup Dry Milk
3 tablespoons Epsom salt
handful dried rose petals
1 teaspoon water
3-4 teaspoons Almond Oil
15-20 drops Rose oil

Step one: In a large bowl combine baking soda, citric acid, cornstarch, milk powder, and Epsom salt. Add rose petals that have been cut into small pieces.
Step two: in a small cup or bowl stir together water, almond oil, and rose essential oil.
Step three: combine wet ingredients with dry mixture. Test mixture by grabbing a handful and making a fist. If it holds it’s shape it’s ready to be placed in the mold. If it’s too dry (the mixture crumbles once you open your fist) use a spray bottle to LIGHTLY spray water 1-2 times, until you can form a shape. Do not overspray or the mixture will begin to fizz and not form correctly
Step four: use plastic ornament molds to make the bath bombs. I like to over fill each half then press them together until the excess falls out. This way you’ll have a compact bath bomb that won’t fall apart when you open the mold. You can also use silicone molds to make small bath bombs. This recipe make 3 medium bath bombs or 2 medium and 8 small bath bomb fizzies.
Step five: leave bath bombs to dry overnight before removing from mold. Allow them to dry on a towel for a few hours before using or wrapping.


Facial mists are booming and they’re only going to get more popular early into the summer. A good facial mist can keep your makeup looking glowy throughout the day and helps to keep your skin hydrated.

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1/2 TSP vitamin E oil
2 drops of peppermint essential oil
2 drops Geranium essential oil
4 TBSP Pure Moroccan Rose Water
3 TBSP coconut water

Step one: add your oils to a glass spray bottle.
Step two: add rose water and top off with coconut water.
Step three: shake + spray.


Source: Heidi

If you’re not using a body scrub then you’re missing out on a number of benefits that other skin care products don’t provide. Essentially the benefits of using a body scrub are the removal of dead skin cells from the body and impurities, leaving you feeling fresh and your skin looking rejuvenated and revitalized.

1.5 cups of plain white sugar
1/4 cup of baby oil
12 rose petals
a food processor
a pretty jar

Step one: Blend the sugar, the baby oil and the rose petals all together in the food processor.
Step two: Enjoy!


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