DIY: Detoxing Chlorophyll Mask Bath Bombs

Our favorite nighttime ritual? A warm Chlorophyll bath. 

Wellness blogger Sarah Price took one of our favorite routines one step further with her amazing DIY Detoxing Chlorophyll Bath Bomb! We love this natural, easy-to-make recipe so much, we want to share it with all of you.


Why this bath bomb?

Our Chlorophyll Mask’s organic spirulina powder contains powerful anti-aging components (like Vitamin E) and the organic wheatgrass powder is full of antioxidants. The organic chlorella powder is rich in proteins, vitamins, and antioxidants that are vital for repairing cellular damage, and the organic ylang ylang oil exudes a subtle, uplifting scent… that also helps to balance skin! Adding epsom salt and olive oil to the mixture will help to further relax and soften both the muscles and skin.


Ready to indulge? Follow these easy steps, and get fizzy with it.


Ingredients (makes 3-4 bath bombs):

*Necessary for the fizzing reaction. You can buy natural citric acid here.



Mix the dry ingredients in one bowl, and the wet ingredients in another. Slowly pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients, and begin mixing with your hands. You’ll know you have the right consistency when you squeeze the mixture and it holds together. If it’s feeling a little dry, add a couple drops of water, and if it’s feeling a little wet, add some baking soda.

Pack the mixture into your bath bomb molds* and let them sit for fifteen minutes to an hour. You don’t want to leave it much longer than that, as it’ll become difficult to remove the bath bombs from the mold!

*Using bath bomb molds will give your creations a store-bought look, but you can also use ice cube trays or muffin tins.

To use, simply drop into your bath water, watch the naturally fizzy bomb dissolve, and enjoy! Store in an air-tight bag or container and use within two weeks for your freshest bath bomb.

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