How To Make Homemade Bubble Bath

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Who does not love a warm bubble bath? Bubble baths are a great way to relax after a hard day of work. It’s a small luxury that can make a big difference in your life. You don’t need to spend a ton of money to get some of the benefits of a spa-like experience.

Making your own homemade bubble bath is fun, easy, and cost-effective. Also, you will know exactly what is going on your skin. After all, who wants to bathe in a pool full of toxic chemicals? Commercial brands can contain scary ingredients that I can’t even pronounce.

A homemade bubble bath also makes a great gift for friends, teachers, coaches, and family.

What You Will Need:

  • 4 cups of Water
  • 4 oz Castille Soap
  • 3 oz of either Glycerin or Coconut Oil (both will lather well and soften skin). Glycerin can be more difficult to find. Coconut oil is easier to find and I found it at our local grocery store.
  • Essential Oils (Lavender, Eucalyptus Citrus)
  • Containers to store your bubble bath.


  • Mix water with Castille and glycerin or coconut oil.
  • Add 3-6 drops of essential oil of your choice.
  • Mix well.
  • Pour your bubble bath into a container.
  • Your bubble bath is ready to use! Pour the desired amount and enjoy!

Do you make your own homemade bubble bath?


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