Homemade Bubble Bath….Take Me Away!
Who doesn’t like a bubble bath?
We don’t take bubble baths like we used to, (at least not in this house) and we should take them more often. Now that’s going to be a whole lot easier with this homemade bubble bath recipe I found on the boards. The photo on Pinterest looks like this:
The ingredients and instructions are super-easy:
1/2 cup shampoo
3/4 cup water
1/4 teas. table salt
In a bowl, mix the shampoo and water until well combined. Add salt and stir until it thickens slightly. Use a funnel to pour it into a bottle.
Mixed very easily for about 30 seconds, and poured it into a fancy bottle that was left-over from last year’s Harry Potter birthday party.
It didn’t take much to get the bubbles going, Only four tablespoons of bubble potion did the trick, making mounds and mounds of long-lasting suds.
In all, this was some of the best performing bubble bath we’ve ever used. The suds lasted as long as the bath, and there were enough to make bubble beards, bubble moustaches, bubble bikinis, and more. Plus, it hardly cost a thing!
This would also make a great gift!
Cute pic LOL 🙂
Great blog idea!! Love it!
Thanks! It seemed like a fun way to keep track of the things I wanted to try from the boards. Thanks for stopping by.
Sure, it is nice to see pinners doing and not just pinners pinning 🙂
I was never allowed to use bubble bath because my mother was convinced it was bad for my skin. Everybody’s skin make out ok with this one?
Yes, everybody’s skin was great. I knew it would be, because they had used the shampoo with no adverse effects. Other than that, it’s just water and salt, so no danger. I’m sure that you could even make it with baby shampoo.
So, you are telling me that you went through an entire childhood having never made a bubble beard? You must make this, take a bath yourself, and live the dream.
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The “recipe” could’ve been even simpler: just the shampoo. The water only dilutes it (making it take up more space in the bottle and so you need to use more), and the salt just compensates for the dilution of the preservative and the loss of viscosity with dilution.
How many bottles does this mixture make?