30 Dec 2017

DIY CBD Bath Bomb Recipe

Is there anything better than a bath during the winter season? Absolutely not. Bath bombs have stolen the hearts of bath lovers everywhere. Who can resist the colorful array of fizzing, the smell of soothing essential oils that result in some seriously soft skin? CBD is also incredibly good for the skin, so why not combine these two things? Here’s an amazing DIY CBD bath bomb recipe.

DIY CBD Bath Bombs

You will need these supplies:

  • A mixing bowl
  • Bath bomb mold
  • A jar
  • A whisk

You will need these ingredients:

  • 1 cup of baking soda
  • 3/4 cup of cornstarch
  • 1/2 cup of Epsom salts
  • 1/2 cup of citric acid
  • 3 teaspoons of olive oil
  • 1 teaspoon of water
  • 1/2 teaspoons of eucalyptus oil
  • Green food coloring
  • 1/2 gram of Infinite CBD’s Absolute Zero (with terpenes of your choosing!)


Put the baking soda, cornstarch, Epsom Salts, citric acid, and Absolute Zero into the mixing bowl. Whisk together.

In the jar, combine the olive oil, water, eucalyptus oil, and food coloring. Mix together with a spoon.

Next, slowly add the mixture in the jar to the mixture in the bowl. Mix until the contents of the bowl are an even green color.

Pack the mixture tightly into the bath bomb molds. Let the molds set for 24 hours.

Depending on the size of your bath bomb molds, this recipe will make 5-10 bath bombs!

Time For A Bath!

Creating luxurious both bombs, combined with all the benefits of CBD, is the gift to yourself that will keep on giving. These DIY CBD bath bombs will spoil you. They’re so easy to make that they make for a thoughtful and fantastic gift for friends and loved ones (if you can bear giving them away). This recipe is easy to change up as well. You can add different essential oils, colors, and Absolute Zero with different terpenes. You’re going to want to bookmark this DIY CBD bath bomb recipe – trust us. Bath time will never be the same.



  1. Is there a recipe modification that omits citric acid? It’s my understanding cream of tart will work, is it the same ratio? Also can I use cbd drops?

    1. Hi Lisa,

      Thank you for your inquiry! We have found a recipe modification that calls for tartaric acid instead of citric acid. Instead of using 1/2 cup of citric acid, they want you to use 1/4 cup of tartaric acid. We do not recommend using the Isolate Dropper because the bath bomb may not solidify and form right. The Absolute Zero is best because it is a pulverized CBD crystalline that can be formed into the bath bomb. We hope this information is helpful! Thank you for your interest in Infinite CBD!

  2. The information you provide on your site is top notch. We are extremely happy to be a part of your customer base.

    1. Thank you! We work hard to provide the best information around.

  3. Hi there, is your absolute zero decarbed or powder form?

    1. Our Isolate is pulverized crystalline, similar to powder consistency. It is decarbed during the isolation process.

  4. What are the benefits?

    1. Ultimately CBD works with our endocannabinoid system to keep us at homeostasis.

  5. What mg is each on average? Medium size bomb.

    1. This recipe makes 5 to 10 bath bombs and calls for 1/2 gram of Infinite CBD Absolute Zero. This means that 500 mg of CBD will go into the whole recipe, depending on how many bath bombs you make will determine how much is in each.

  6. Very impressed of all of recipes and articles. I am glad the information on your website are updated.

    1. Of course! We try to provide all our customers and web browsers with detailed and research based articles. If you have any specific questions, let us know!


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