How to Make Bubble Bath

July 2, 2015 by Jenny Melrose

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We are finally settled with all of the major furniture {our couch came Tuesday} so now I’m able to pay attention to the little details in the house.  One of the first rooms I paid attention to was our master bathroom.  I’ve always wanted a whirlpool tub and our new house has one so it was the perfect time for me to put together a video tutorial on How to Make Bubble Bath.

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How to Make Bubble Bath

How to Make Bubble Bath

You’ll only need the following ingredients {affiliate links}:

1/2 cup warm water

1/2 cup castille soap {unscented}

1/4 cup vegetable glycerin

10 – 15 drops of Essential Oils {Young Living Release}

Neon Food Coloring {optional}

I decided to add food coloring to my bubble bath because it matches the decor of our bathroom and looked perfect next to our Rejuvenating Bath Salts that have a natural blue hue to them.  I went back and forth on the scent that I used as my essential oil between peace & calming, stress away or release and decided on release.  It was the perfect choice!  The best part is that you can have multiple choices too with our fabulous Young Living Starter Kit.  Learn more HERE!

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  • Robert

    If you’re in New York City, then, yeah, you CAN make bubble bath out of real soap such as castile, because the water here doesn’t have enough “hardness” in it to turn all the soap into scum instead of foam, as it would in most people’s water. (Ditto if you’re someplace else but with a water conditioner.) However, you’ll have to be making the bath pretty soapy & grease-cutting to cover the water with a good amount of foam from real soap, so you’ll probably want to rinse in the shower.

  • Becky

    Oh my gosh where did you get the victorian looking jars in the first bubble bath picture??

  • Lori Bynes

    Would love to know where you purchased the lovely bottle for your soap!

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