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Self-Care with Chado: Green Tea Lemonade Bath Bombs

Self-Care with Chado: Green Tea Lemonade Bath Bombs

Bath bombs, a fun and delightful way to wind down at the end of a busy work day.  Whether you are 5 or 99, everyone loves the fun colors and calming aroma of these fun bath time additions.  Today for our next Self-Care with Chado installment we have a Diy recipe for a Green Tea Lemonade Bath Bomb!  Utilizing our Jasmine Green Pyramid Tea Bags, this fun recipe is easy to make and even more fun to use in your next self-care pamper session. 

Green Tea Lemonade Bath Bombs 

Yields: About 3 to 4 bath bombs


  • Mixing Bowl

  • Glass jar

  • Molds


  • 8 ounces baking soda

  • 4 ounces corn starch

  • 4 ounces citric acid

  • 4 ounces epsom salt

  • 3 teaspoons water

  • 1 teaspoon lemon essential oil

  • 2 teaspoons coconut oil

  • 2 to 3 drops green food coloring

  • 3 to 4 Jasmine Green Pyramid Tea Bags



  1. In the mixing bowl, combine the baking soda, corn starch, citric acid, and epsom salt.  Whisk together to remove any clumps that may exist.

  2. In a small glass jar stir together the water, essential oils, coconut oil, and food coloring if using.  You may need to pre-melt the coconut oil so it easily combines with the other ingredients.

  3. Slowly incorporate the liquid mixture with the dry ingredients, whisking as you add.  If the mixture begins to fizz or foam, the liquid is being added too quickly and you may need to slow down.

  4. In your hand, take a small amount of the mixture and squeeze it together.  It should stick together pretty decently in either one or two chunks.  If it is still too powdery to hold together, add a tiny bit of water until the mixture holds together. 

  5. Set up your molds, fill each bath bomb mold with one tea bag.  Next, gently add in the bath bomb mixture until it overflows only slightly and press together.

  6. Once the bath bomb is combined, remove from one side of the mold and allow it to dry out just a little, about 10 to 12 minutes before removing the other side of the mold.  When removing the bath bombs from the mold make sure to gently do this, as they can crumble very easily at this stage. 

  7. Once completely removed from the mold, set the bath bombs out to dry for 8 hours or overnight. When they are dry, you can wrap them in parchment paper or plastic wrap to keep them fresh and store them in a dry place until you are ready to use them.

    Tea and Self-Care

    Looking for other ways to incorporate tea into your self-care routine?  Then check out our other Self-Care with Chado blogs on our website!