Spirulina & Matcha Bath Bombs

I remember the first time I tried Matcha Green Tea. It was at Disney World, they had a Frozen Matcha Green Tea Latte that I had at the park! At the time, we had spent a few days at the Disney parks, it was hot and needed a nice treat! After that, I had to find out more about Matcha Green Tea! What if you could treat your skin to natural beauty in the tub? It’s time to make homemade Spirulina & Matcha Bath Bombs!

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Spirulina is a superfood ingredient. Enjoy a relaxing bath with Spirulina & Matcha Bath Bombs to boost your skin and rediscover your natural radiance. Spirulina tones your skin, decreases inflammation, and promotes cell turnover. 

Dull skin? Congested skin? Detoxify and shed dead skin cells for a natural glow! 

Spirulina Matcha Bath Bombs with flowers

Matcha is perfect for all skin types, offers skin soothing properties.  Gentle on irritated skin, such as acne, rosacea, and eczema. Improve inflammatory skin with our Spirulina & Matcha Bath Bombs! 

Combine the benefits of both Spirulina and Matcha and you have a winning combination for a relaxing and detoxifying experience! 

Spirulina Matcha Bath Bombs upclose

Be sure to store your bath bombs in air tight containers or wrap them in plastic wrap. I like to save my jars with lids, so I can easily utilize them to store my bath bombs in! As always, bath bombs make great gifts too!  

Looking for more ways to pamper your skin? Check out our Dried Calendula Lavender Whipped Soap, Lemon Poppy Seed Soap, and Dried Orange Peel Bath Bombs

Spirulina Matcha Bath Bombs drying on paper towel

Items Need:

baking soda

powdered buttermilk (you can get it at most retailer stores or from Amazon)

arrowroot (I get mine from Amazon)

kaolin clay (You can buy it from Amazon)

dead sea salts (You can buy it from Amazon)

coconut oil (I get mine from Amazon)

cupuacu butter (I get mine from Amazon

clary sage essential oil (I get mine from Amazon

spirulina powder (I get mine from Amazon

Green Tea Matcha powder (I get mine from Amazon

bath bomb molds (I get mine from Amazon)

Spray bottle filled with rubbing alcohol

mixing bowl

smaller mixing bowls

The number of bath bombs this recipe will make completely depends on which size bath bomb mold you use. For me, it made 1 large, 2 medium and 2 small.

Directions:

Spirulina and Matcha Bath Bombs Steps 1-6

Steps 1-6: In a large mixing bowl, add the baking soda, buttermilk, arrowroot powder (this is an organic and eco-friendly starch), kaolin clay and dead sea salts. Whisk dry ingredients together. 

Spirulina and Matcha Bath Bombs Steps 7-9

Step 7: Add the coconut oil. This binds all the ingredients together, so you don’t have bath bombs that crumble. You can also use 90% isopropyl alcohol, but I feel the coconut oil holds the mixture together more effectively. 

Step 8: Add the cupuacu butter. This gives your bath bombs more stability and hardens them, so you bath bombs don’t crumble when you touch them. It also is excellent for moisturizing your skin.

Spirulina and Matcha Bath Bombs Steps 10-11

Steps 9-11: Add the clary sage essential oil. Mix ingredients thoroughly. You may need to use your hands to break down any lumps and make sure everything is mixed in. The mixture is perfect when it holds together when you press it into your hands and feels like wet sand. Separate mixture into two smaller bowls.

Spirulina and Matcha Bath Bombs Steps 12-13

Steps 12-13: Mix in the spirulina powder in one bowl and the green tea Matcha powder in the other until completely incorporated into the mixture.

Spirulina and Matcha Bath Bombs Step 14

Step 14: Fill one side of the mold with the spirulina mixture and the other side with the green tea Matcha. You can also layer them in each side. Press molds together and grind to remove excess mixture. Gently tap each side of the mold to release the bombs. 

Spirulina and Matcha Bath Bombs Step 15

Step 15: Allow to dry a minimum of 24 hours. If your climate is wet or cold, allow an additional 24 hours. My rule of thumb is that when it is hard to the touch, they are ready for the tub! Store in an airtight container until ready for use.

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Dried Spirulina & Matcha Bath Bombs

Ingredients

  • 2 cups baking soda
  • 1 cup powdered buttermilk
  • 1/4 cup arrowroot
  • 1/4 cup kaolin clay
  • 1/4 cup dead seal salts
  • 1/3 cup coconut oil
  • 1 tablespoon cupuacu butter
  • 10-20 drops of clary sage essential oil
  • 1-2 tablespoons spirulina powder
  • 1-2 tablespoons green tea Matcha powder
  • Stainless steel bath bomb molds
  • Spray bottle filled with rubbing alcohol
  • 1 large mixing bowl
  • 2 smaller mixing bowls

Instructions

  • Steps 1-6: In a large mixing bowl, add the baking soda, buttermilk, arrowroot powder (this is an organic and eco-friendly starch), kaolin clay and dead sea salts. Whisk dry ingredients together.
  • Step 7: Add the coconut oil. This binds all the ingredients together, so you don’t have bath bombs that crumble. You can also use 90% isopropyl alcohol, but I feel the coconut oil holds the mixture together more effectively.
  • Step 8: Add the cupuacu butter. This gives your bath bombs more stability and hardens them, so you bath bombs don’t crumble when you touch them. It also is excellent for moisturizing your skin.
  • Steps 9-11: Add the clary sage essential oil. Mix ingredients thoroughly. You may need to use your hands to break down any lumps and make sure everything is mixed in. The mixture is perfect when it holds together when you press it into your hands and feels like wet sand. Separate mixture into two smaller bowls.
  • Steps 12-13: Mix in the spirulina powder in one bowl and the green tea Matcha powder in the other until completely incorporated into the mixture.
  • Step 14: Fill one side of the mold with the spirulina mixture and the other side with the green tea Matcha. You can also layer them in each side. Press molds together and grind to remove excess mixture. Gently tap each side of the mold to release the bombs.
  • Step 15: Allow to dry a minimum of 24 hours. If your climate is wet or cold, allow an additional 24 hours. My rule of thumb is that when it is hard to the touch, they are ready for the tub! Store in an airtight container until ready for use.

Notes

The number of bath bombs this recipe will make completely depends on which size bath bomb mold you use. For me, it made 1 large, 2 medium and 2 small.
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Comments

  1. This is very cool I would love to make this !

  2. Kelly Kimmell says

    My sister likes using bath bombs. I need to tell her about these.

  3. Susan Smith says

    These would be great to make for Christmas gifts!

  4. Tracie Cooper says

    5 stars
    I would love to make these with my nieces!

  5. Jessica Walker says

    I love bath bombs!

  6. Linda Manns Linneman says

    This sounds like everything I need for my skin. It would make a very relaxing bath. I can’t wait to give these a try. Great gift idea. Thank you so much for sharing this

  7. Christina Gould says

    I like that muffin pans are used. Thanks for sharing!

  8. jennifer bowen says

    5 stars
    wow this sound’s like something I like to make with my girl

  9. Sandy Klocinski says

    This is awesome! I need to tell my daughter about these. Can’t wait to try it

  10. 5 stars
    Interesting ingredients for a bath bomb, but sounds good. I love soaking with them and read a good book!

  11. Interesting recipe, sounds relaxing.

  12. Lydia Goodman says

    I never really thought of bath bombs as anything other than fun and smelling good, never thought about the possible benefits. Great to know!

  13. I need these bath bombs. I always like things that are good for the skin.

  14. Gail Williams says

    I definitely want to make these bath bombs. My friends and I all need good things for our skin.

  15. paula peterson says

    I would love to make this for my mother. Thank you so much for sharing this.

  16. Elizabeth Tarlow says

    I haven’t tried Bath Bombs, but have been curious about them. Your step by step instructions are great & make me want to give them a go!

  17. ghostdancersway says

    Love Bath Bomb

  18. Brandon Sparks says

    5 stars
    I have tried these.. They are great. It’s a must have..

  19. Dana Rodriguez says

    These sounds really nice. Great idea to make for gifts!

  20. Me and my wife will make these for sure.

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