Harry Potter Hogwarts House Reveal Bath Fizzer

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Harry Potter Hogwarts House Reveal Bath Fizzer

Harry Potter Hogwarts House Reveal Bath Fizzer

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SLSA (Sodium Laurel Sulfoacetate) is a surfactant that helps create more foam during the reaction which means more bubbles! It also helps prolong the fragrance release so your bath will smell amazing from beginning to end. Harry Potter Cauldron Bath Bombs

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When you are ready to remove the eggs from the mold, put a plate on the bottom and gently flip it over. Tap on the eggs and twist the mold gently until they pop out. In the first bowl add the silver mica powder and silver glitter (about 1 teaspoon of each to start). Mix it in really well with your hands (you may want to wear gloves for this part). Really work it through until the colour is evenly dispersed. When you are ready for your reveal, add warm water to the tub. Drop the cauldron in. The white will foam, then you will see the lighter color, and finally the darker color. From start to finish, this process can take 3 to 5 minutes. Harry Potter Cauldron Bath Bombs Video Demonstration So why don’t bath bombs react right away like they do in our other experiments? For the reaction to happen we need to add water. In our other experiments we usually use vinegar as our acid which already has water to activate the reaction. When making bath bombs our citric acid and baking soda (base) are in dry powder form. They can mingle without any reaction. That is until we add the all important… water!Pour the liquid ingredients into the dry ingredient bowl. Mix together well using your hands. Really work it all together and make sure any lumps are broken up. Once it reaches the consistency of wet sand and will hold a shape when you press it with your hand, it is ready. A few weeks ago we created a whole Harry Potter school plan full of cool educational ideas. Turns out that wasn’t enough for my kids, we needed more magical Hogwarts inspired lessons! So this week we dabbled in a bit of potions (chemistry) and created bath bombs in cauldrons. These are not just any bath bombs though, these are house reveal bath bombs! It was a fun twist that the kids loved in this project. Kind of like the bubble bath scene when Harry was trying to discover the secrets of the Golden Egg. Bubbles, bubbles everywhere! And the wonderful, calming fragrance lasts and lasts. Makes for one of our best bath bombs yet! It starts with fizzy awesome and ends with a wonderful bubble bath. Suddenly we knew EXACTLY what our new Harry Potter bath bomb recipe should be, a Golden Egg. Perfect! SLSA (Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate) is a surfactant that helps turn your fizzy bath bomb into a luxurious bubble bath. It also helps the fragrance last longer in your bath. Although not necessary, having SLSA in your bath bombs really improves the bath experience.

Harry Potter™ Gryffindor Bath Bomb - Charmed Aroma Harry Potter™ Gryffindor Bath Bomb - Charmed Aroma

In our previous bath bomb making activities( Mermaid and The Avengers) the kids learned about the chemical reaction that takes place to cause the fizz. The reaction between an acid and a base is facilitated by the addition of water. Carbon Dioxide (CO2) is released in gaseous form, creating the loveable and enjoyable fizzy, bubbly bath bomb. In this bath bomb recipe the chemical reaction is between citric acid and cream of tartar (acids) and baking soda (base). So when it came time to try a new bath bomb recipe, the one that came to mind first was creating our very own Golden Snitch. This recipe is a little different from our other bath bomb recipes, we changed up the ingredients yet again, because… well science! We know bath bombs are about the chemical reaction between acids and bases from our previous bath bomb making sessions. So like any great potions student, we like to experiment! This time the change in ingredients created copious amounts of BUBBLES!In a small bowl add coconut oil, approximately 10 drops of the essential oils of your choice, and polysorbate 80. Blend well. Then add to the large bowl. Handling the bath bomb carefully, spray lightly with rubbing alcohol. Apply the gold mica powder either with your fingers, a small paint brush or add the mica powder to a bowl and ever so gently roll the bomb in the powder. While we’ll never be a Metamorphmagus, this brilliant new collection, created by Ulta Beauty, invites you to magically transform yourself with Wizarding World themed cosmetics, nail and skincare products, along with bath and body accessories.

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Some of my readers love the magical touch of a bit of glitter in their bath bombs, but I know all of us are well aware of the need to protect our environment and glitter is one of those contentious issues. When making bath bombs you can use cosmetic glitter, or you can chose a biodegradable glitter. I have linked both below. I will also tell you in complete honesty that when making bath bombs for our own use I usually just leave the glitter out entirely. It does not affect the recipe at all, and for my kids it’s the spectacular eruptions they love, not the glitter. So they don’t miss it. The choice is yours. I have linked to both a cosmetic glitter and biodegradable glitter below.

Harry Potter Body Lotion

Themed by the four Hogwarts houses, these bath bombs are no ordinary ones. Upon hitting the water, expect the bomb to transform your bath into a celebration of your favourite Hogwarts house colour. Harry Potter Bewitching PH Balm In the large bowl combine the baking soda, citric acid and cornstarch. Mix well, but be cautious. The citric acid does like to become airborne, especially with enthusiastic helpers pouring and mixing. And citric acid can be an irritant. If you are making these with your kids, make sure to prepare them in a well ventilated area and encourage kids to go slow and gentle. The other thing that helps my boys, the power of Harry Potter and the amazing messages JK Rowlings weaves through her books. When my oldest son was struggling with a lot of anxiety and fears, I was able to help him using lessons inspired by Boggarts. There has been research into the power of Harry Potter in helping foster kindness, understanding and caring in readers. I’ve been a fan since I first read the books in 1999. And I am so happy my boys love Harry Potter as much as I do. Just Like Potions Class – Bath Bomb Experiment Resulting In SO MANY BUBBLES! Add coconut oil. Depending on where you live you may want to get fractionated coconut oil, or warm your coconut oil so it isn’t solid. You want it liquid so it mixes well. I know most of the year our coconut oil is solid. Inspired by the illuminating charm, Lumos, these shimmer drops will help give your skin some extra sparkle. Harry Potter lip crayons

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There are a number of reasons you may love or hate glitter. If you love glitter feel free to use a good quality cosmetic glitter or a biodegradable glitter to be environmentally friendly (something we recommend around here). However, another option is to leave out the glitter entirely from this recipe. The choice is yours. In the very first story we are shown a powerful scene where Harry Potter is being sorted into his Hogwarts House. After hearing how many dark wizards have come from Slytherin, Harry decides he doesn’t want to be in Slytherin. He fears joining that house will make him evil. Just like Volemort, who killed his parents. Spray each egg with rubbing alcohol and sprinkled extra glitter on them. Or, alternatively, you can melt a little coconut oil and brush it over the surface of the golden egg bath bomb and then sprinkle with extra glitter. If your kids are anything like mine, their favourite part of making bath bombs is the eruptions! We always add warm water to any mix left in the bowl, just to watch the fizzy reaction. He starts chanting, “not Slytherin, not Slytherin”. The Sorting Hat takes Harry’s choice into consideration, saying, “Not Slytherin, eh? Are you sure? You could be great, you know, it’s all here in your head, and Slytherin will help you on the way to greatness, no doubt about that — no? Well, if you’re sure — better be GRYFFINDOR!”

Harry Potter Cosmetic bag

Harry Potter meets his best friend, Ronald Wealsey on his first train ride to Hogwarts. They connect over a pile of wild and crazy candy, and one of the most memorable was the Chocolate Frog. Which promptly leapt from Harry’s hand and jumped out the window. It was an iconic moment of magical fun that had my kids instantly fascinated with Chocolate Frogs!



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