Hi all! I've been watching the forum for a few months now, and absolutely love all the advice and great tips. It's given me a lot of information that's been really useful in my start to bath bomb making! After much research, I decided to start my endeavour with this recipe: https://helloglow.co/coconut-oil-bath-bombs/ It works amazing, except for 2 things. First, the bombs don't ever get really dry/rock hard. My first 3 batches have all turned out the same - bombs are cohesive and stay together, but when handled, you can easily put dents in them if you push too hard with your fingers. Second, the bombs leave a bit more oil than I'd like to see on the top of water in the bath. Part of this is expected because it's a coconut oil recipe, but still, there's a bit too much for my liking. Here's a picture of the bombs: And here's a video of a fizzy test (I'm generally happy with the fizzing action): Thoughts? I'm considering altering the recipe a bit and seeing if that will help my bath bombs out. The recipe calls for 3 tablespoons of coconut oil and 1 teaspoon of almond oil. I'm wondering if maybe I should try 2 tablespoons of coconut oil, drop the almond oil altogether, and maybe add a few sprays of 99% isopropyl alcohol? I've read that ambient humidity in the workspace can be a big factor. I don't know the exact humidity, but I know for sure it is somewhere between 45% and 55%. Temp-wise, it's between 60 degrees F and 70 degrees F depending on time of day.