When I was little I loved taking bubble baths in fruity scented bubbles. However, the fruity bubble bath soap we would buy at the grocery store would not always agree with my skin. Now that I am older I have learned how to make a gentle foamy fruity bubble bath using natural gentle ingredients. I am now ready to share this bubble bath recipe with all you parents out there looking for a fruity bubble bath recipe to make at home with your children whom have sensitive skin as well so they can enjoy a fruity fun bubble bath as well without irritating their skin.
The ingredients you will need to make the homemade fruity bubble bath is 3 cups of organic unscented castile soap, 1 cup of fruit juice of your child’s choice, and 1 cup of jojoba oil. All these ingredients can be found at your local grocery and herbal food store. You will also want to have a large 30 ounce bottle with a cap to store the bubble bath in once it is made.
The way you make the homemade fruity bubble bath is so easy. All you do is pour the 3 cups of organic castile soap, juice, and oil into the plastic bottle. After have your child give the bottle a good shake to combined the ingredients together. After you will have a homemade fruity bubble bath soap to make a fruity bubble bath with for your little one. You will need to store the homemade bubble bath in the refrigerator until you are ready to use it in the little one’s bath because it will go bad if it is left out. The homemade bubble bath should last up to a month if you keep it refrigerated.
Now when you are ready to make a fruity bubble bath for your child just fill up the tub with warm water and pour 1 cup of the homemade fruity bubble bath under the running water. Then you will want to take your hand and swish your hands around in the water to form tons of foamy fruity bubbles. Once the fruity bubble bath is made stick your child into it and allow them to have some fruity bubbly fun and get squeaky clean. The castile soap with gently cleanse their sensitive skin without irritating it, the fruit juice will help nourish their skin with vitamins, and the jojoba oil will help lightly condition their skin so it is soft and smooth after their bath. The only thing you will want to be careful of is not getting the bubble bath into their eyes because it may sting. I know it hasn’t stung my eyes when I use it and accidentally get it into mine, but it may for your child. Other than that this homemade fruity bubble bath is safe and easy to make and use.
I hope this information helps some of you parents out there looking for a fruity bubble bath recipe to use in your child’s bath that is safe and clean for their sensitive skin. I wish you all the best of luck at bath time and hope your child enjoys his or hers homemade fruity bubble bath.