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    • Bubble Bath

      Basic Bubble Bath

      1 quart water
      1 bar castille soap, shredded
      2 oz. Glycerin
      3 drops essential oil, your choice

      Blend Castille soap and water until liquid, add in glycerin and essential oils of your choice
      Comments 5 Comments
      1. JenaBoo's Avatar
        JenaBoo -
        HELP!! i am making this bubble bath, BUT it doesnt say how to store it or how much to add to bath or anything, can someone give me specifics?
      1. JenaBoo's Avatar
        JenaBoo -
        I tried the bubble bath recipe ,it did NOT work i now have a big container of milky liquid, followed recipe EXACTLY and got NO bubbles, NONE at ALL!!...
        ARRG!
      1. Liss's Avatar
        Liss -
        Quote Originally Posted by JenaBoo View Post
        I tried the bubble bath recipe ,it did NOT work i now have a big container of milky liquid, followed recipe EXACTLY and got NO bubbles, NONE at ALL!!...
        ARRG!

        Hmm.. what brand of Castile soap did you use?
      1. BellyJean's Avatar
        BellyJean -
        Quote Originally Posted by JenaBoo View Post
        I tried the bubble bath recipe ,it did NOT work i now have a big container of milky liquid, followed recipe EXACTLY and got NO bubbles, NONE at ALL!!...
        ARRG!

        That's kind of strange, what brand Did you use? I make this with a couple times a year and It has always bubbled well for me.

        Do you have hard water or use a water softener? Maybe the chemicals in the water neutralize the bubbles?

        I used bottled Spring water when I made mine, not sure if that made a difference or not.
      1. Tashdan's Avatar
        Tashdan -
        Quote Originally Posted by JenaBoo View Post
        I tried the bubble bath recipe ,it did NOT work i now have a big container of milky liquid, followed recipe EXACTLY and got NO bubbles, NONE at ALL!!...
        ARRG!
        Also I noticed that no one asked, how long did you let it set? usually recipes containing multiple ingredients like this have a resting period of 24 hours or so.


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