Matcha Bath Bomb 

As colder weather sets in, your skin can become dull, dry, and itchy. Studies show that cool air has harsh effects on our skin and it’s vital to protect your skin from these conditions. 
Lotions, oils, and moisturizers are all important parts of winter skin protection. This season, consider adding Matcha to your line up. With anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, Matcha can help your skin look clear and nourished, even when temperatures drop. 
One easy way to enjoy the benefits of Matcha for skin is a homemade Matcha bath bomb. With a few simple ingredients, you can avoid the drying effects of a hot bath and instead, enjoy all of the relaxing elements of a warm soak while ensuring that your skin stays healthy and moisturized. 


Time: 30 mins + drying  


  1. Muffin tin or circular mold 
  2. Large mixing bowl
  3. Whisk


  1. ¼ cup Matcha
  2. 3 tsp olive oil
  3. 10 drops lavender essential oil 
  4. 1 cup baking soda
  5. ½ cup citric acid 
  6. ½ cup unscented epsom salt
  7. ½ cup organic cornstarch 


Combine dry ingredients in your large mixing bowl and whisk together until well combined. 
Add wet ingredients one at a time, mixing well after each addition. 
Once the mix is ready, scoop equal amounts into your mold of choice (each bomb should be about ⅓ of a cup of the mixture).  Set your molds to cure overnight in an airtight container.  
Draw a warm bath and let your Matcha Bath Bomb dissolve into the water.
Be sure to give your tub a good rinse after draining to prevent any build up.