All you regular followers will know how much me and the girls love a bath bomb. There is no denying it and we are quite proud of our bath bomb obsession :)

We go to the lush shop in town quite regularly and stock up on our favourite bath time goodies :) but it can get a little expensive with three daughters plus yourself loving them!

When the chance came to review the So Bomb DIY Bath Factory set, Alessia jumped at the chance . She loves anything creative and homemade and also messy :)

The SO Bomb DIY Bath Factory set included :

  • 1 Bath Bomb Factory
  • 6 bags of scented baking soda powder (2 strawberry, 2 Vanilla, 2 Tropical)
  • 6 Citric Acid Bags
  • 2 styles of decorative sprinkles
  • 2 storage tubes
  • 1 pipette
  • 4 Surprises
  • 1 spoon
  • 1 sticker sheet

It was really easy to set up and I let Alessia pop all her stickers and sort the containers out whilst I put the kettle on :)

Making the bath bombs couldn’t of been easier . The instructions give you a simple step by step guide  to use as you go along , which Alessia used independently and didn’t need any help .

The final results were really impressive. The bath bombs smelt incredible and looked so professional, Alessia said they would be great little birthday gifts , which is a brilliant idea !

The set retails at around £20 RRP and can be found to purchase on Amazon . Also check out the Canal Toy’s website for more of their sets :)

-Gifted product in exchange for an honest review


  1. This is so cool! I could have it for myself, haha. It's much cheaper to buy this set than buying 4 bath bombs at Lush. :) I have to admit that I do love a bath bomb from time to time, they are so relaxing and fun.

  2. This is such a good idea as you're right going into Lush can get so expensive once you've just picked up 2 or 3 bath bombs x

  3. This is a handy thing to do, not only to save a little money but a great actvitity to do while the kids are off.

  4. Oh wow my son would love this! Definitely a unique gift idea as well, I have never seen these before I am so impressed

  5. Both my kids love bath bombs and this is a must have when they do indulge in a nice long bath, what a wonderful experience to be able to make it at home

  6. I wish I had a niece to spoil with this. Such a great idea and love how you can be a bit creative with this too. Hope it is still around to buy online because it will be popular

  7. I love making bath bombs it has been one of my favourite self care things to do for years. They are so simple and it's great they now have a set for kids to make there own too!

  8. This is definitely a kit my daughter would really enjoy, she loves making things!

  9. This is amazing! I want one for myself. I love bath bombs but they can be pricey sometimes so maybe a kit would save a lot of money, haha!

  10. Eliza loves making bath bombs although I have to admit ours ended up a bit crumbly


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