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My daughter and I love to have time at the track together on race day. The atmosphere is so much fun! It’s one of those mother, daughter things that we do. Lately, we haven’t been able to go due to color guard. When we do go those loud engines can really do a number on your ears. Along with the aches and pains from walking from the parking lot into the stands and sitting in the stands all day long. That’s why I have these Race Day Bath Bombs and Advil® Film-Coated Rapid Release Formula.
Advil® Film-Coated is great for my race day pains. Goes to work in minutes on tough pain* You can use fast acting Advil® Film-Coated for headaches, muscle aches, toothaches, menstrual cramps, back pain, and aches and pains associated with the common cold. Nothing’s faster on tough pain* It’s easy to find in Walmart near the pharmacy on the pain aisle. For coupon please click here.
Once I get home I like to use these homemade Race Day Bath Bombs that I make. The represent car colors 🙂 They can have any scent of essential oils that you like from peppermint to lemon. I will also be watching the upcoming Ford Ecoboost 400 in Miami on November 20th.
Race Day Bath Bombs – How To
1 cup baking soda
1 cup citric acid (canning section)
3 tablespoons coconut oil
3 to 6 drops of fragrance (I used Lemon)
6 drops yellow food coloring
bath bomb mold
In a bowl, add in corn starch, citric acid, and baking soda stir well. Add in coconut oil (or other oil) and stir with a fork to keep light and fluffy. Add in fragrance and coloring stir well.
Using the mold add a few sprinkles and pack both sides of mold then press together. Once you press together leave in mold for about a minute then remove and place on a tray to dry (harden) overnight.
The possibilities are endless for Race Day with different molds, colors, and fragrances. Just let your imagination guide you! How do you spend you race day? Do you have any tips or tricks? I hope you enjoy the two tips I have here.
*Among OTC pain relievers.