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This homemade honey bubble bath recipe has an abundance of health benefits for the skin. Find out more about making this easy DIY using all natural ingredients below!
Few things are more relaxing than a nice soak in the bathtub! Throw in a nice, natural bubble bath free of harmful chemicals, and you can rest in ease. Whether you're simply trying to unwind or want to heal and soothe your irritated or dry skin, you are likely to find this homemade bubble bath recipe just the perfect fit. Manuka honey makes the perfect skin soother in this fun DIY recipe. Enjoy!
Sweet Almond Oil: This is my carrier oil of choice for this recipe due to its silky smooth nature, however, you can use any oil you prefer. Jojoba oil, coconut oil, hemp oil and olive oil all make excellent choices.
Liquid Body Soap: Any kind of unscented liquid soap designed for the more sensitive skin of the body will work (do not use dish soap or hand soap!). Castile soap works well, unscented liquid body soaps or even an unscented bubble bath will do.
Vegetable Glycerin: Vegetable glycerin adds additional skin-soothing properties to this bubble bath recipe. It also locks moisture into the skin and protects the skin from harmful bacteria. I like to buy it from Mountain Rose Herbs.
Optional: This bubble bath smells wonderfully of honey, but if you prefer to customize the scent, a few drops of favorite essential oils or even vanilla extract can be used. Lavender oil would add a calming fragrance, whereas peppermint would be stimulating and energizing, for instance.
How to Make Homemade Bubble Bath
- In a mixing bowl combine all of the above ingredients.
- Mix until smoothly combined.
- Use right away or keep stored in a jar or lidded container in a cool, dry place for up to 6 months.
How to Use Homemade Bubble Bath
To use, give the container a little shake, then pour 1/4 cup-1/2 cup of honey bubble bath under running water in the tub. Enjoy!
Yes. But keep in mind, depending on the type of liquid soap you use, it might burn the eyes if it makes its way in. Castile soap will burn eyes, but some gentle unscented soaps designed for children will likely be tear-free (and pain-free!). I also recommend omitting from adding any additional scents in the form of essential oils if using with kids.
This entirely depends on your choice of liquid soap. Castile soap makes minimal bubbles, whereas unscented bubble bath will make a lot of bubbles.
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DIY Homemade Honey Bubble Bath Recipe
- ⅓ cup sweet almond oil or any carrier oil of choice
- ⅓ cup Manuka honey
- ½ cup unscented body soap or bubble bath or castile soap
- ¼ cup vegetable glycerin
- optional: a few drops of essential oils or vanilla extract
- In a large mixing bowl, combine the oil, honey, soap, vegetable glycerin and optional fragrance. Mix until smoothly combined.
- Enjoy right away or keep stored in a jar or lidded container in cool and dry place for up to 6 months.
- To use, pour 1/4-1/2 cup bubble bath under running water. Enjoy!