Allergy Relief Lavender Lemon Bath Bombs

This time of year is full of so many things that drive people’s allergies pretty crazy. My seasonal allergies are all over the place this time of year. My nose gets really stuffed up, I sneeze a lot, and my eyes water constantly. I need some way of relieving these symptoms and one way that I have really loved getting allergy relief is with lavender oil and lemon oil. That is when it hit me that I need to make a bath bomb with those essential oils to create an allergy relieving bath bomb!

Allergy Relief Lavender Lemon Bath Bombs

To make your own allergy relief bath bombs, here is what you need…

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Food coloring

Lavender Oil

Lemon Oil


Start by mixing all of the dry ingredients in a large bowl. Add the coconut oil and mix with your hands until it is mixed really well. Divide the mixture in half and put it in another bowl. Add roughly 8-10 drops of the essential oils to each mixture.

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Add food coloring to each mixture. I used about 7-9 drops in each. Mix together really well. Spray witch hazel into the bowl, about 5 sprays at a time and mix. Repeat this until you have made the texture of the mixture just wet enough to stick together. You don’t want it to be too wet, so just make it wet enough that it sticks together when you squeeze it.

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Layer both mixtures into the mold and pop the molds together. I didn’t want these to be perfect stripes, I was looking to make them look more marbled. I just put in the mixtures and pressed it down into the mold, without really trying to make it perfect. Slightly overfill the mold so that when you click it together, the two sides of the bath bomb stick together. Place the bath bomb in the freezer and let it set for about an hour.

Now you can enjoy these allergy relieving bath bombs anytime! I think the thing I love most about these is that these scents really are so great together, you could enjoy these bath bombs anytime.

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You don’t need to wait until you are suffering from allergies to enjoy the soothing scents of lavender and lemon together!

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Don’t forget that I am sharing a new bath bomb recipe with you every month this year! You can grab all of the recipes from all of the previous months as well!

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  1. Margo Gunther says

    How much Witch Hazel is used?

  2. Heather C says

    Can you tell me why you use Witch hazel instead of water? New to this…

    • witch hazel is full of great skin benefits! It can help with all sorts of skin issues like eczema, dry skin, sores, acne, razor burn, etc. You would probably be just fine using water, but you would miss out on all of the nourishment witch hazel provides.

  3. Sarah Fuechtmann says

    How many bath bombs does this recipe make?

  4. Where do you get the molds? Big or small molds.

  5. can you recommend Food colouring brand and can you post a link to one that u like…thank u

  6. Do I leave then in the freezer to store them or just for one hour?

  7. Is there a food coloring that won’t stain skin? The ones I used stained everything.

    • The only time my skin is stained is while I am making them, but it is gone by the next day. It doesn’t stain your skin when you actually use the bath bombs though.

  8. Hi. What can i use instead of coconut oil? We have someone with severe coconut allergies in the house 🙁

  9. Can I use a bath bomb base for these? If so, how much?

  10. Will these work in the shower as well?

  11. They should!

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