Planet Bath Bombs
What you get
Dive into kid-friendly chemistry with a set of planet-themed bath bombs you crafted yourself! Mix together citric acid, baking soda, cornstarch, and food coloring to make a variety of colorful bath bomb powders. Use a set of molds to shape the powders into multi-layered bath bombs inspired by the layers of the Earth. Then drop your bath bombs into the water to see a frothy, fizzy chemical reaction!
One project can make 3-6 unique bath bombs.
As seen on: Red Tricycle
the Crate Challenge
From the desk of the product designer:
Behind the design
“We wanted to make the bath bomb experience more educational. Now kids can learn about the anatomy of a planet while making their bath bombs, from core to crust!”- The KiwiCo Product Design team
By the numbers
Planets created during testing: 67
Planets cut open: 51
Test baths: 4
It had them thinking about planets. It was hands on and kept them interested for a long time. It makes bath time easier!
The kids loved the whole thing! Bath bombs are one of their favorites right now.
It was fun to do together, and I like how there was enough to make 3-4 bombs. My son loved making them and it made bath time much more fun for him.