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DIY Asha CBD Bath Bombs

Self-care has taken on a whole new meaning in our household, now that the world has been put on pause, and we are all spending more time indoors. As we learn to connect with our loved ones in new and unique ways while still practicing social distancing, it’s become even more important to love and care for ourselves, too. This DIY bath bomb recipe is an easy way to do a fun group activity (or solo), and the end result is a CBD bath treat you can enjoy while reading your favorite book or enjoying a glass of wine.

We know getting to the store might be a challenge, so you will be happy to read most of the ingredients can probably be found in your pantry (or can be easily ordered from the grocery store at a low price). We had a blast trying out a few recipes until we came up with what worked best for us. Keep in mind, this recipe is here as a guide; feel free to change it up and experiment. Here’s what you will need to get started:

DIY Asha CBD Bath Bomb Recipe

Yields about 8-10 Medium Bath Bombs


  • 1 cup of baking soda

  • ½ cup of citric acid

  • ¾ cup of cornstarch (if you don’t have cornstarch, flour is a great substitute)

  • ¼ cup of epsom salt

  • 3 tablespoons of water

  • 15 Drops of your favorite essential oil

  • Asha CBD Tincture (we loved using several drops of the 250mg Classic Tincture)

  • Non-Toxic dye *Optional-if you want some color to your bath bombs


  • Dropper (to slowly add wet ingredients in)

  • Mixing bowls

  • Whisk

  • Cookie sheet

  • Bath bomb molds


  1. Mix all of your dry ingredients in a bowl, making sure the mixture is evenly combined throughout, with no lumps. Set aside.

  2. Mix wet ingredients in a separate bowl; be sure to mix a few drops of your favorite dye in at this stage, to achieve a more consistent color in the end result. For the extra special ingredient, CBD, we used 4-5 drops of Asha’s 250mg Classic Tincture, but the dosage is really up to you. Don’t be afraid to experiment with essential oil combos; finding your dream combo for bath time is half the fun!

  3. Using a dropper or spoon, slowly add the wet ingredients into the dry mixture, whisking as you go. Note that the citric acid might fizz up—never fear! Keep stirring, and it will subside.

  4. Once the ingredients are thoroughly mixed, the texture should feel like loose sand (not tightly packed). Begin filling your molds, pressing firmly. No mold? No problem! Shape them using your hands, or use a muffin tin or ice tray, and cover with plastic wrap!

  5. Place molds on a cookie sheet and let set for several hours (we recommend letting them set for no less than two hours).

  6. Wrap up your finished bath bombs (we used plastic wrap) or place in an air-tight container.

  7. Enjoy!


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