Spiderman Bath Bombs

When my son was little and ready for his own bed, he had Superman bedding!  It was so cute! He seemed to love the color red and his dad liked the color blue, so it just worked perfectly. Over the years, we tried keeping Superman toys and such for him to play with. Are you ready to make homemade bath bombs? We are so excited to share our Spiderman Bath Bombs recipe!

Spiderman Bath Bombs
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As a boy mom, I always feel like everything is geared towards little girls or moms and daughters. So, I am thrilled to share a fun bath bomb activity for boys (and girls) to enjoy! Spiderman is a superhero! He is the perfect role model for everyone to look up to!

When my son was younger, he loved taking long baths. These days, he prefers short baths, long enough to wash his and body and he’s done!  No more playing around. When I introduced him to the bath bombs, he was unsure about them at first. It took a few tries and now he loves taking a little longer in the bathtub.

I rarely take baths, mainly because my son used to jump in with me. So, I’ve never really tried bath bombs. I’ve tried bath salts and those are relaxing.

The Spiderman Bath Bombs are so much fun to make and keep on hand for both my son and me to enjoy in our own baths!  

Looking for more superhero fun? Check out our Captain Marvel Cupcakes recipe!  

Take a look at the supply list and make sure you have everything ready! This is a fun recipe that you can make with the kids. What a great activity to try to keep them busy and use their imagination!

Items Needed:

citric acid (it’s better to buy in bulk on Amazon)

dead sea salts

coconut oil

polysorbate 80

Candy Apple scented oil

Red soap coloring

Red cosmetic glitter

Black mica powder

Black cosmetic glitter

Spray bottle

Rubbing alcohol

Spiderman silicone mold

microwave-safe measuring cups

While you’re shopping for silicone molds, you can play with other superheroes! This is such a fun activity for the kids to create their own bath bombs!

Looking for another fun activity? Take a look at our DIY Unicorn Soap recipe!

Spiderman Bath Bombs recipe
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4.6 from 5 votes

Spiderman Bath Bombs

Make your own Spiderman Bath Bombs! These are perfect for kids to help make, use their creativity, and they get to use them in their bath! Fun for adults too!
Keyword: bath bombs, crafts, superhero, superman


  • 2 cups baking soda
  • 1 cup citric acid
  • 1/4 cup cornstarch
  • 1/4 cup dead sea salts
  • 1/3 cup coconut oil
  • 1 teaspoon polysorbate 80
  • 1 teaspoon of Candy Apple scented oil
  • Red soap coloring
  • Red cosmetic glitter
  • Black mica powder
  • Black cosmetic glitter
  • Spray bottle of rubbing alcohol
  • Spiderman silicone mold
  • 1 microwave safe measuring cups


  • Instructions to make bath bombs:
  • Steps 1-5: In a large mixing bowl, add the baking soda, citric acid, dead sea salts and cornstarch. Whisk dry ingredients together.
    Spiderman Bath Bombs Steps 1-5
  • Step 6: Add the coconut oil. This binds all the ingredients together, so you bath bombs don’t crumble when you touch them!
    Spiderman Bath Bombs Step 6-8
  • Steps 7-8: Add the polysorbate 8This helps the coconut oil disperse more evenly in your bath water, makes the bath bombs bubbly and prevents the mica from sticking to the side of the tub. Mix well. You may need to use your hands to break down any lumps and make sure everything is mixed in. The mixture is perfect when it holds together when you press it into your hands and feels like wet sand.
  • Steps 9-12: Add 1-2 drops of the red colorant. Mix well. Continue to add 1 drop of color until you achieve the color you desire. Add red cosmetic glitter.
  • Steps 13-14: Add bath bomb mixture to your mold. Fill to the top and pack down firmly. Allow to dry at least 24 hours. Release from mold.
    Spiderman Bath Bombs Step 6-8
  • Step 15: If you want, you can add some sparkle by adding red glitter to your bath bomb after it dries. I sprayed a bit of alcohol on the bath bomb and sprayed the red glitter. You can buy the dry sprayer from Amazon, or you can just sprinkle it on.
  • Instructions to paint bath bomb:
  • Steps 1-4: In a small container, add a pinch of black mica and a small squirt of alcohol and mix.
  • Steps 5-6: Using a small paint brush with a pointed end, dab the mica/alcohol mixture in the eyes. Sprinkle glitter and allow to dry. Store in an airtight container until ready for use.
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Do you have a little (or big) Superman fan in your family? Be sure to bookmark and pin this post! You can also print out the recipe! Feel free to share this post with your friends and family on social media too!

Projectables LED Plug-In Spider-Man Nightlight

The Projectables LED Plug-In Spider-Man Nightlight is the most adorable thing I could add to our home. Since my son sleeps in the living room (he has his own room, he just chooses to sleep on the couch), I set up the nightlight in the living room.  

Projectables LED Plug-In Spider-Man Nightlight plugged in

He keeps the television on all night. It acts as background noise but it also offers a night subtle light for him.  The Projectables LED Plug-In Spider-Man Nightlight is so much fun for us to enjoy in the evening. It automatically turns on when it gets dark and turns off in the morning. 

GE Pro Fabric Design Indoor TV Antenna

With our television, I do not have cable. My son watches YouTube videos and we also have a built-in app that plays a few free channels. As you can imagine, our television programs are very limited. We also received the GE Pro Fabric Design Indoor TV Antenna. We have a small handful of local channels. The picture is crystal clear for the few channels we are able to access. 

GE Pro Fabric Design Indoor TV Antenna displayed

I love the overall look of the GE Pro Fabric Design Indoor TV Antenna. It is sleek and chic looking. You have the option to lay it flat, mount on a wall, or prop it up. I have it propped up behind our television and it takes up minimal space.

You can read more about the GE Pro Fabric Design Indoor TV Antenna on their website. To see more Projectable Night Lights, check out their website.

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Stephanie is a full time single mom to a teen with Autism. She is a homeowner and starting a new chapter! Feel free to contact Stephanie for more information on how she can help your company.


  1. Rosanne says

    4 stars
    A variety of ways to incorporate Spiderman into your life.

  2. Dana Rodriguez says

    5 stars
    Those bath bombs are adorable. They would make a great gift!

  3. Shannon D Citrino says

    5 stars
    These are hreat!! I have a friend that would go crazy for yhem!!

  4. Nerlande says

    These items are very nice The bath Bomb looks really cool

  5. Barrie says

    4 stars
    I love the creativity of this bath bomb! SO many kids would love this!

  6. Sandy Klocinski says

    Awesome ideas for the spiderman aficionados out there. I can envision giving the bath bombs as a gift.

  7. Kelly Kimmell says

    These bath bombs are so cute. Would be great for kids.

  8. Steve says

    My son would love this!

  9. paula peterson says

    My kids would love this. great share.

  10. Christina Gould says

    Yikes, that’s too scary for my bath, lol. That would make a great gift for a man. Thanks for posting!

  11. Melissa Storms says

    These are fantastic. What kid wouldn’t love these for a bath?

  12. Darlene Carbajal says

    Those are cute!

  13. Dawn Jozwiak says

    5 stars
    What a great gift idea! These are awesome!

  14. Jessica Walker says

    This recipe looks awesome. I love that its candy apple scented. I love bath bombs!

  15. My grandson will like these a lot.

  16. Carolsue says

    My young son would love these! FUN

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