Taking a bath is so relaxing and wonderful for the body and mind. But a bubble bath? That is next level awesomeness! The kids love it, you love it, so there’s no reason why you shouldn’t include it in your weekly/monthly/whenever you can routine. Like all things around the house, we like to make our own bubbles. And this is how you can make your own!
10 Homemade Bubble Bath Recipes
Vanilla is a very relaxing scent that also stirs up feelings of intimacy. Valentine’s Day, anyone?
Store bought bubble bath is often full of nasty ingredients that irritate the skin and cause breakouts. That’s why you should make your own!
Try this recipe from Paula Parrish uses glycerin for big bubbles and lavender essential oil for a calming effect.
Live Laugh Rowe’s recipe for honey bubble bath comes with pretty printable labels!
Made with essential oils, this recipe is calming and perfect for little ones to have before bed.
Rather than making bubble bath in a bottle, try making this solid version! Each one is just the right amount for one bath, plus they’re highly giftable!
Our favorite thing about this recipe from Make and Takes is the container: an olive oil dispenser! It keeps well, makes it easy to pour and it looks nice!
There’s no child that can resist a bubble bath, is there? Try this recipe from Dwelling Happiness right before sleepy time.
A 2 in 1 bath product that’s a bath salt as well as a bubble bath. Get the recipe on The Idea Room.
Made with Epsom salt, peppermint and chamomile tea, this bath soak is relaxing it looks absolutely lovely.463