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I haven’t always been into making my own soaps and bath products but in the past few years, I have become more and more obsessed. Basically, at this point, there’s really no stopping me. I have made so many “potions” as my daughter calls them ranging from calming rub to sore muscle ointment. I have a few favorites that I make over and over again and this DIY Bubble Bath is one of them.

I will start featuring more of my favorite DIY recipes on the blog and this will just kick it off.

To get started, you only need a few things really. The great thing about homemade beauty products is the versatility of the ingredients. You don’t need much and the ingredients you use can be used for many other things as well.

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I love this bubble bath recipe. Unlike most diy bubble bath recipes, this one produces bubbles and does the job amazingly well. If you want a little variation, you could also use tea tree oil, orange/vanilla, lavender vanilla, patchouli/orange/sandalwood, vanilla/rose.

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5 COMMENTS

  • Temperence P on April 1, 2014

    Hi there:

    I was wondering: Could I use a different carrier oil? Grape-seed or almond oil perhaps?
    Thank you

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    • Modern Day Moms
      Modern Day Moms on April 1, 2014

      Yes! Either of those would work as well.

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  • Temperence P on April 13, 2014

    I have no idea how we did this, (lol) but we cut the recipe in half and ended up putting in way too much almond oil by accident. (thinking I was putting in glycerin, I did 2.5 almond oil rather than 1/2 tsp oil) …. do you think this recipe is still usable, or should we just start over? Thank you in advance……

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  • Kathleen Monaco on August 13, 2016

    Where can you find the cute bottles you used and how much does it hold?

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  • Teresa on October 28, 2017

    Oops! I can’t find the recipe on the page!

    Reply

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