We have teamed up with the lovely people at Divine Moulds to bring you the latest and greatest bath bomb moulds!
This carrot is everything, that cheeky face makes me grin so much. You could make some great neon carrots, ombre carrots, rainbow carrots, and purple carrots. This is also a really versatile shape for other root vegetables like a cute parsnip, horseradish, radish root, or daikon.
We think this would look great for a farmers market or given to someone who does gardening. This shape would also work really well for embed placement and a sneaky colourful surprise once it goes in the water.
We can't wait to see what you create with this mould!
Melt and pour soap can be used in this mould, but not cold process as it will eat the plastic chemically. Keep in mind if you are using it for temperatures above 130 degrees this will warp the mould.
This is available in one size. Ready to be shipped to your home asap.
finished mould - 15cm tall x 7.5cm wide x 3cm deep
finished bomb - 12cm x 4cm wide x 3cm deep
Unmoulding tip with LDPE-
Pack the details like the face and bottom and top edges of this mould so all the details show well, next lightly pack the rest of the bomb. Overfill the mould and scrape away over the bottom of the mould flat before flipping and leaving to dry on a flat surface. This flat bottom prevents cracking and movement of the bath mix. Let them dry at least 2 hours before trying to move them.
Specifications about the mould-
LDPE Plastic is known for its durability, low moisture absorption, pliability, stain resistance, and odour resistance. These are also a great way to keep up to date with trends and fantastic new designs without breaking the bank.
Caring for your mould-
Like any plastics, the best care is to keep them away from direct sunlight, high temperatures, bleach, and the dishwasher. LDPE plastic can scratch and this might catch your bath bomb mix. For cleaning simply wash in warm soapy water in the sink, rinse and leave to air dry.