Bubble Gum Bubble Bath Recipe

Bubble Gum Bubble Bath Recipe

Bubbles are SO fun! They’re even more fun when you’re surrounded by them in a big bath tub. What makes this super fantastic DIY bubble bath recipe theeee best is that the bubbles are scented like gum balls (crazy fun, right?). The ingredients are gentle and the process is extremely simple.

An incredibly simple and cute tutorial for Bubble Gum Scented Bubble Bath!

For this bubble bath recipe, you will need:

  • Dr. Bronner’s Unscented Baby-Mild Castile Soap found HERE
  • Vegetable Glycerine found HERE
  • Bubble Gum Fragrance Oil found HERE
  • Clear  container found HERE
  • Gumballs (optional for packaging/gift giving) found HERE

An incredibly simple and cute tutorial for Bubble Gum Scented Bubble Bath!

Simply combine:

Mix it all together and you’re done! The castile soap is extremely gentle and the vegetable glycerine is an ingredient that is typically used in soap and hair products (it makes hair smooth and soft). It is important to purchase bubble gum fragrance oil that is safe for the skin. The one I use is also typically used for making soap and body care products.

Enjoy your bath filled with bubble gum bubbles! This would be an incredibly fun gift to give others! You can make a lot at once and wrap them all up in pretty bottles surrounded by gum balls. How cute!

An incredibly simple and cute tutorial for Bubble Gum Bubble Bath!

5 thoughts on “Bubble Gum Bubble Bath Recipe”

  1. My daughter’s favorite flavor/scent right now is bubblegum. She would LOVE this. I love that’s it’s not something from the store, filled with bunch of fake/harsh ingredients. All of our skin is sensitive, and I don’t buy scented bubble bath’s from Target/Bath & Body because of that. Going to try this!
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  2. Is it supposed to bubble? I followed the recipe and mine doesn’t bubble. More glycerin or soap?

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