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Top 4 DIY Bubble Bath Recipes

Why Try DIY Bubble Bath?

Dipping yourself into a bubble bath can be relaxing and soothing for your body. Here, we explain all the perks of bubble baths and we also explain how to make some at home by using some key ingredients. There will be no reason to leave the house and shop! See for yourself and make yourself some DIY bubble bath.

Top 5 Perks of Bubble Baths

Once a week, it is good to cleanse your mind, body and soul. You should prepare yourself a bubble bath, light a few candles, and also make yourself cosy, warm and calm with a glass of wine. Turn on some music, or just disconnect from the world and enjoy complete silence. Your body will thank you afterward.

Muscle Relaxation

Your muscles and your joints are able to rest while you are in the tub. The hot water helps your body wind down, especially after a long workday. If you work out or if you are an athlete, you should definitely take a bubble bath.

Great Skincare Benefits

A warm bath helps increase blood circulation and allows your tissues to heal and regenerate. By soaking your skin and stimulating your immune system, you are also thoroughly cleaning your pores. An effective cleanse removes dirt; the higher the heat, the better the results.

Removes Toxins

By sweating in high heat, we tend to work out our lymphatic system and our body goes through lymphatic drainage. Your body is then able to remove any toxins and you will feel a lot cleaner inside out, as well as healthier.

Improves Mental Health

During a bubble bath, your mind is able to relax, and you can focus entirely on you. Eliminate all the stress and enjoy your own peace and quiet for 30 minutes. A warm bath will bring you happiness and also acts as aromatherapy.

Improves Sleep Quality

You will fall asleep a lot quicker because of your warm bath. Your body will drop in temperature during the night, but because of your bath, you will experience an even higher drop in temperature, which leads to a bigger boost of melatonin (a chemical associated with sleeping). This allows you to feel even more rested.

Bubble Bath Recipes

For a Refreshing Scent Try Honey and Vanilla

You probably have some vanilla and honey at your home already. These two scents smell divine once combined, and they give a feeling of true intimacy. Your skin will feel refreshed afterward, and it will also stay hydrated thanks to the honey extract!


  • 1/4 cup of honey
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tablespoon of your favorite vanilla extract
  • 1/2 cup of almond oil
  • 1/2 cup of liquid hand soap

Combine all of these ingredients in a bowl and pour it under running water. Any excess can stay in your fridge.

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For a Good Night’s Sleep Try Lavender and Chamomile

If you or someone in your home is having trouble sleeping, make them a soothing and relaxing bubble bath. Some ingredients and scents can make us feel a lot more relaxed, as well as comfy during the night.


  • 1 teaspoon of chamomile essential oil
  • 1 teaspoon of lavender oil
  • 1/4 cup of pure vegetable glycerin
  • 1 cup of mild liquid body soap
  • 1 teaspoon of pure vanilla extract

Combine all of these ingredients in a sealable small bottle. Stir the ingredients gently and pour 1/2 cup under running water to get your ideal bubbles.

For Sensitive Skin Use Aloe Vera and Chamomile

If your skin is naturally sensitive or if it gets irritated quickly, you will want to take proper care of it and invest a bit more time and care. You should not use heavy or artificial ingredients, and you should be gentle when rubbing your skin.


  • 2 tablespoons of aloe vera gel
  • 1 tablespoon or way honey
  • 10 drops of chamomile oil
  • 20 drops of lavender essential oil
  • 1 teaspoon of vitamin E oil

Pour these ingredients in a bowl and stir them with a spoon. Make sure there are not that many bubbles once you create the paste. Pour the outcome into a lidded glass bottle and use around 1/4 cup to fill up your tub.

For Kids Try Vegetable Glycerin and Essential Oil

Your kids can also have their own at-home spa moment to make them feel pampered and special. A lot of companies add artificial dyes and fragrances to their bath bombs, which can be harsh on our children’s skin.


  • 1/3 cup of vegetable glycerin
  • 1 tablespoon of distilled water
  • 20 drops of any essential oil (preferably lavender)
  • 1 cup Castile soap

Pour all of these into a container and create a mini bubble bath for your children. If you end up having any excess, spoil yourself as well with this bath.