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I love bubble baths. Doesn't everyone love a bubble bath? They are relaxing and there is still that part of us that has fun being surrounded by bubbles. Today I made a batch of Natural Coconut Bubble Bath.
I did lots of research and found that bubble bath is a little difficult to make if you are allergic to liquid Castile soap. Since I'm allergic to liquid Castile soap I opted to go the route of natural unscented baby shampoo. You can find lots of websites that have recipes; Crunchy Betty, This Time This Space, and Bali Home.
I decided to go with products that I already had in the house. So here it is Natural Coconut Bubble Bath.
Natural Coconut Bubble Bath
1/2 cup unscented shampoo
1 cup distilled water
1 tsp jojoba oil
1 tsp liquid glycerin
15 drops coconut fragrance oil
Mix all ingredients together. Store in a pretty bottle.
Pour 1 tablespoon under running water.
Enjoy and relax in your bubble bath. It made tons of bubbles. I really loved this Bubble Bath. You could also make it without the oil and glycerin. I decided to add them since I live in Denver and it is so try here, I didn't want my skin to get any dryer.
Let me know what you think of this recipe. I always love hearing from you.
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