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DIY Lavender Aromatherapy Bubble Bath

DIY Lavender Aromatherapy Bubble Bath

 

Taking time to pamper yourself is important and here’s a simple way to make your own DIY Lavender Aromatherapy Bubble Bath.  I chose to use lavender because it’s been clinically proven to relax and reduce stress but this recipe will work with any essential oil scent.

 

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup mild shampoo or dish soap {Baby shampoo is gentler but dish washing liquid is more bubbly. It’s your choice!}
  • 1/3 cup Liquid Glycerin {Glycerin moisturizes and gently cleanses. It’s also aids in making your bubble bath extra bubbly.}
  • 2 tablespoons of water
  • 15 drops Lavender Essential Oil {or your favorite scented oil}

 

Instructions:

  • Mix together the shampoo, glycerin, water and 15 drops of lavender oil.
  • If desired, add 5 – 10 extra drops of essential oil and mix again.
  • Pour your bubble bath into a bottle or jar that will seal tightly. Before each use shake well to mix and then pour into the tub’s running water. Then sit back, relax, and enjoy!

 

Making your own aromatherapy bubble bath is a great way to pamper yourself affordable and without harmful chemicals and fillers.

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Ashley is very happily married and the mother to a beautiful little girl, and she is the main voice behind Embracing Beauty.

Comments

  1. yay another use for my NEW tub! our old was too small for soaking and i can’t wait for hot bubble baths soon!

  2. Sounds like a mix for a relaxing bubble bath!

  3. Great DIY idea, thanks!

  4. The Rebel Chick Jenn says:

    That sounds so easy! I am going to try making my own too!

  5. Shell Fruscione says:

    It sounds lovely & SO easy! I’ll have to try this when I have more than 5 minutes to myself to take a bath. 🙂

  6. Tesa @ 2 Wired 2 Tired says:

    This sounds like it smells amazing and looks so easy to do. I look forward to trying it sometime.

  7. Don’t know if using dish washing liquid is a good idea….

  8. Dish washing liquid, really? I don’t think so.

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