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Sep
12

25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil


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30 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil

The following list from Natures Garden will explain 25 ways to use sweet almond oil. Sweet almond oil is non-greasy, nice and light, and helps moisturize and nourish your skin. Since it is a light oil, it absorbs easily into the skin. Sweet almond oil is often used in a variety of homemade bath and body products such as, lip gloss recipes, massage oil recipes, sugar scrub recipes, lotion recipes, salt scrub recipes, and homemade soap recipes.

 

 

 25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Almond Body Cream Recipe25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Almond Body Cream Recipe

First, we have a wonderful recipe from Natures Garden. Almond Body Cream Recipe shows you how to make a light and fluffy body cream. In addition to almond fragrance oil, this handmade lotion recipe includes sweet almond oil and macadamia nut oil. Both of these oils will absorb easily into your skin, leaving it moisturized without feeling greasy. Finally, we use Natures Garden’s silky emulsifying wax to give the lotion a fabulous glide. It will make a great addition to your bath and body product line!

 

25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Beard Balm Recipe25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Beard Balm Recipe

Next, we have an awesome recipe to add to your men’s collection. Our Beard Balm Recipe was formulated specifically with a man’s beard in mind. Each ingredient in the balm recipe was added for its skin and hair benefits. Some of these ingredients include, shea butter, lanolin, olive oil, sesame oil.  For more information about each ingredient used, check out our beard balm article. You can’t go wrong trying this recipe. Everyone will love it!

 

25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Solid Pink Salt Scrub Recipe25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Solid Pink Salt Scrub Recipe

Now, Natures Garden has a fabulous Solid Pink Salt Scrub Recipe that provides exfoliation to your skin. The recipe will make conveniently packaged salt scrubs.  In addition it includes both coarse and fine pink salt to help exfoliate your skin. So, whether you need a lighter exfoliation or something with a little more scrubbing power, this recipe has just what you need! Natures Garden scented this salt scrub recipe with NG Sun and Sand Type Fragrance Oil. Use this scrub to soothe your stress away. This is definitely a must have scrub recipe to add to any bath and body product line!

 

25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Beard Soap Recipe25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Beard Soap Recipe

Next, another recipe for men! Beard Soap Recipe from Natures Garden is a wonderful hot process soap recipe. Beard Soap Recipe contains many butters and oils that are great for beards including; coconut oil, jojoba oil, sweet almond oil, olive oil, castor oil, lanolin oil USP liquid, sesame seed oil, cocoa butter, shea butter, and scented with balsam essential oil. This soap was formulated specifically with a men’s beard in mind. This is sure to be a hit for any men’s line!

 

25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Foaming Hibiscus Sugar Recipe25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Foaming Hibiscus Scrub Recipe

Next, Foaming Hibiscus Scrub Recipe gives off an amazing aroma! There are many different ingredients in this wonderful recipe. Natures Garden is scented with Hawaiian Sea Mist Fragrance Oil, an extremely popular fresh scent. Finally, this body scrub uses hibiscus powder. Hibuscus Powder also contains oligopeptides that have been shown to have wrinkle-smoothing properties. Finally, we added sodium cocoyl isethionate to allow this scrub to foam.

 

 

25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Peeps Cold Process Soap Recipe25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Peeps Cold Process Soap Recipe

Look how cute this soap is! This soap used an in the pot swirl and the scent of Yummy Gummy Fragrance Oil. This cold process soap will leave your skin smelling delightful. In addition, we used the Peeps Bunny Mold to create soap bunnies using melt and pour soap base. This soap recipe is perfect for Easter. Finally, we used a variety of Natures Garden’s FUN Soap Colorants to give this CP soap recipe a fun and vibrant color!

 

25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Wine Sugar Scrub Recipe25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Wine Sugar Scrub Recipe

Next, Natures Garden has a sugar scrub recipe that uses real wine! This bath and body recipe will make approximately nine 4 oz jars. A body scrub recipe that will smell yummy enough to eat. But of course we don’t recommend it! A great recipe for year round customers. Or for a special time of year such as Christmas and Valentines day. On top of having real red wine as an ingredients, this homemade bath and body product recipe is scented with Christmas Cabernet Fragrance Oil. A truly delicious aroma for a sugar scrub!

 

25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Mango Sorbet Bubble Bar Recipe25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Mango Sorbet Bubble Bar Recipe

Now we have a bubble bar recipe that smells so good! Natures Garden Mango Sorbet Bubble Bar Recipe will make about fifteen bubble bar scoops. That neat ingredient in this wonderful homemade bubble bar recipe is SCI or Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate. SCI acts as a foaming and cleansing agent when used in your homemade bath and body products. The best part is its safe for all skins types, even sensitive skin! If the name hasn’t given it away, we used Natures Garden Mango Sorbet Fragrance Oil. Also, to get this awesome color as shown, use Natures Garden FUN soap jailhouse red, yelp yellow, and yellow oxide.

 

25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Brown Sugar Lip Scrub Recipe25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Brown Sugar Lip Scrub Recipe

Now for all you lip balm makers, Natures Garden has a fabulous lip scrub recipe! First off, Brown Sugar Lip Scrub Recipe is an awesome and easy way to exfoliate and moisturize your lips! Brown sugar is the perfect exfoliant for your lips! When incorporated into a lip scrub recipe, brown sugar will provide a gentle exfoliation while the added sweet almond oil moisturizes for soft kissable lips.

 

25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Blueberry Bath Bomb Recipe25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Blueberry Bath Bomb Recipe

Who doesn’t love bath bombs? Well, we happen to especially love this homemade bath fizzy recipe from Natures Garden. I bet you’re wondering what makes this recipe so special, right? This particular bath bomb recipe incorporates a super fruit!  So, not only does this bath bomb use Natures Garden’s Blueberry Fragrance Oil, it also uses Camu Camu Fruit Powder. While Natures Garden sell camu camu for cosmetic use only, not for consumption, this super food contains many vitamins, antioxidants, iron, and calcium. So, treat your skin to this blueberry scented bath bomb.

 

25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Patchouli Infused Hair Conditioner Recipe 25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Patchouli Infused Hair Conditioner Recipe

Next, we have a homemade essential oil hair conditioner recipe. The patchouli conditioner not only leaves you have feeling amazing, but also smelling great too. Other than Patchouli Essential Oil, the recipe also uses Lavandin Grosso Pure Essential Oil. In addition, this recipe shows you how to infuse patchouli in your oils. You will fall in love with the aroma that is released when using this homemade infused hair conditioner.

 

25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Sour Watermelon Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Sour Watermelon Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe

Yet another awesome sugar scrub recipe from Natures Garden! With a wonderful aroma that smells just like watermelon candy. This recipe uses poppy seeds to give the scrub a true to life watermelon look. In addition, we used the clamshell container to help you easily package your products. Finally, this handmade scrub uses both sugar and poppy seeds to exfoliate and sweet almond oil to moisturize your skin.

 

25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil St. Patty's Day Cold Process Soap Recipe25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil St. Pattys Day Cold Process Soap

A perfect homemade cold process soap recipe for St. Patty’s Day! This cp soap is scented with Nature’s Garden English Ivy Fragrance Oil. This soap uses both an in the pot swirl and a mica swirl to create a soap the is perfect for Saint Patricks Day.

 

 

25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Himalayan Pink Salt Scrub Recipe25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Himalayan Pink Salt Scrub Recipe

Next, Natures Garden has a salt scrub recipe using pink salt.  This scrub recipe is easy to create, taking minutes to make, and smells sweet and wonderful. We scented the Himalayan Pink Salt Scrub with Pink Sugar Fragrance Oil. Finally, we add ribbon for a cute added touch.

 

 

25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe

In addition to this wonderful list of 25 ways to use sweet almond oil, here is an awesome emulsified sugar scrub recipe. Scented with a great bakery scent from Natures Garden, Sugar Cookie Brulee Fragrance Oil will give off a delicious aroma every time you open your jar. For those that don’t like a super oily sugar scrub, you should definitely check out this homemade body scrub recipe from Natures Garden.

 

 

 25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Hot Process Soap Recipe25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Hot Process Soap Recipe

And now we have a hot process soap recipe from Natures Garden! This hp soap recipe use sweet almond oil, of course, but is also scented with NG Baby Powder Fabuloso Fragrance Oil. If you are not familiar with hp soap making, some feel hot process soap is a bit simpler to make than cold process soap. The main difference in the two, hot process soap is made in a crock pot.  Cold process soap is made without the addition of heat, it is made in a bowl and allowed to cure for weeks before using it. When making hp soap, in most cases, you do not need to let the soap cure because the heat from your crock pot speeds up saponification.

 

25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Emulsified Beet Sugar Scrub Recipe25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Emulsified Beet Sugar Scrub Recipe

Are you looking for a natural colorant sugar scrub? Emulsified Beet Sugar Scrub Recipe uses beet root power as a colorant to give you this beautiful pink red color. To match the color of the emulsified beet sugar scrub recipe, Natures Garden used Fresh Raspberry Fragrance Oil to scent this lovely sugar scrub. Everyone loves sugar scrubs, so you definitely can’t go wrong with adding this homemade bath and body product to your line.

 

25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Seaside Spa Scrub Recipe25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Seaside Spa Scrub Recipe

Next, another scrub recipe from Natures Garden! Seaside Spa Scrub Recipe has many wonderful ingredients including; kelp powder, dead sea salt high minerals fine ground, lemon peel powder, orange peel powder, spirulina powder, sweet almond oil, vitamin E oil, and scented with seaside fragrance oil. The scrub recipe will give you a spa like experience right in the comfort of your own home.

 

25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Awapuhi Seaberry Cold Process Soap Recipe25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Awapuhi Seaberry Cold Process Soap Recipe

Next, is a well rounded cold process soap recipe. The Awapuhi Seaberry Fragrance Oil that is used with this CP soap recipe will leave your skin smelling wonderful. Tropical flowers and ozonic marine notes collide to give you this fresh fragrance that is sure to please.

 

 25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Brown Sugar Scrub Recipe25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Brown Sugar Scrub Recipe

Now, another fabulous sugar scrub recipe from Natures Garden! This time a brown sugar scrub recipe. This homemade body recipe from Natures Garden will leave your skin feeling soft and will help gently exfoliate your skin. Since brown sugar is a softer sugar, this is perfect for someone that isn’t in need of a lot of exfoliation. Finally, it is scented with NG Brown Sugar and Fig Fragrance Oil leaving a wonderful aroma on your skin.

 

25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Blackberry Sage Soap Recipe25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Blackberry Sage Soap Recipe

Our next sweet almond recipe is another great homemade cold process soap recipe. Natures Garden Blackberry Sage Soap Recipe uses an in the pot swirl. With a delightful aroma of Blackberry Sage Fragrance Oil, you will fall in love with this homemade cp soap recipe! We added a blackberry embed on top to finish the soap.

 

 

25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Orange Dreamsickle Bath Bomb Recipe25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Orange Dreamsickle Bath Bomb Recipe

Next, is an awesome bath bomb recipe that is made with both vanilla powder and orange peel powder. On addition, we scented the bath bombs with Dreamsickle Fragrance Oil. Not only does this fizzy smell amazing, but sweet almond oil was added to nourish your skin.

 

 

 

25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Fruity Rings Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Fruity Rings Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe

Look how colorful this homemade recipe is! This homemade recipe will be sure to catch everyone’s eye! Also, the minute they open this colorful sugar scrub they will be greeted with a strong aroma of Fruity Rings Fragrance Oil that smells just like a popular cereal. This layered body scrub shows off six different layers created with Natures Garden’s FUN Soap Colorants used to make super the colorful Fruity Rings Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe.

 

25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Recipe Foaming Bath Salts Recipe
25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Foaming Bath Salts Recipe

For all you bath lovers, Natures Garden has a foaming bath salts recipe that cleanses your skin and adds lots of moisture! In addition to the sweet almond oil, this recipe uses our French Lavender Fragrance Oil to help you relax and soak your stresses away.

 

 

 25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Skin Softening Bath Bomb Recipe25 Ways to Use Sweet Almond Oil Skin Softening Bath Bomb Recipe

Last, Natures Garden has a homemade bath bomb recipe made to help soften your skin with the addition of bentonite clay powder. It is a must have recipe. scented with Bergamot and Tarragon Leaves Fragrance Oil.

Sep
06

Galaxy Bubble Bar Recipe


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Galaxy Bubble Bar RecipeGalaxy Bubble Bar Recipe

Galaxy Bubble Bar Recipe is a colorful grape candy scented bubble bath recipe from Natures Garden. These easy to make and super cute bubble bars will make a great addition to any bath and body product line! Whether you choose to use them for your customers, yourself, or to make bath time fun for the kids, this is a recipe that is great for those of all ages! Each scoop of the Galaxy Bubble Bars will show off the three colors. With vibrant colors and a wonderful grape scent, using these bubble bars with make bath time a hit. In addition, we have added diamond dust mica for a little sparkle and shine! You could skip that step, but who doesn’t love sparkles? So, when you are ready, look below to create this fragrance fun bubble bath recipe!

We were inspired by an actual ice cream recipe from Some of This and That!  Who doesn’t love ice cream? Now, on their website, you will find not only a list of ingredients but also steps on how to make their homemade Galaxy ice cream. Make sure to check out their website and look at their recipe! So, after you make these Galaxy bubble bars, your tummy is rumbling, give the ice cream a try!  Either way, you can’t go wrong! Do not forget to check out Some of This and That’s Homemade Galaxy Ice Cream.

Galaxy Bubble Bar Recipe Ingredients Available at Natures Garden

Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate

Sodium Bicarbonate- Baking Soda

Grape Happy Camper Candy Fragrance Oil

Cream of Tartar

Corn Starch

Vegetable Glycerin

Safflower Oil

Neon Blue FUN Soap Colorant

Neon Pink FUN Soap Colorant

Ultramarine Violet FUN Soap Colorant

Diamond Dust Mica Pigment

Small Stainless Steel Scoop

Safety Gloves

Safety Glasses

Natures Garden Apron

Safety Mask

Galaxy Bubble Bar Recipe Other Ingredients and Equipment You’ll Need:

Mixing Spoon

Mixing Bowls (4)

Parchment Paper or Silicone Baking Mat Scale

Galaxy Bubble Bar Recipe Weights and Amounts of all Ingredients

410 grams (2 cups) Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate

460 grams (2 cups) Sodium Bicarbonate-Baking Soda

224 grams (2/3 cup) Cream of Tartar

72 grams (2/3 cup) Corn Starch

200 grams (2/3 cup) Vegetable Glycerin

24 grams (2 TBSP) Safflower Oil

14 grams Grape Happy Camper Candy Fragrance Oil

5 grams Ultramarine Violet FUN Soap Colorant

2 grams Diamond Dust Mica Pigment

5 grams Neon Blue FUN Soap Colorant

5 grams Neon Pink FUN Soap Colorant

Galaxy Bubble Bar Recipe Prepare You Work Area

Prior to starting it is important to be prepared. You will really want to make sure your work space is clean and sanitized before you begin creating your bubble bars. We also recommend wearing an apron, your safety gloves, a face mask, and a hair net while preparing this recipe. Having a clean and sanitized work space will assure to keep your Galaxy bubble bars nice and clean. In addition, get out any ingredients or equipment that you will be using and place them in your work area. Having everything you need at an arm’s reach will help the process go more quickly and smoothly.

Galaxy Bubble Bar Recipe Prepare Your Dry IngredientsGalaxy Bubble Bar Recipe Prepare Your Dry Ingredients

First, you are going to weigh out your dry ingredients. In total, you will have four dry ingredients you will be weighing out. You can use measuring cups but we recommend using a scale that will allow you to weigh in grams. In a mixing bowl, you will want to add 460 grams of baking soda, 410 grams of sodium cocoyl isethionate, 72 grams of corn starch, and 224 grams of cream of tartar. Next, you want to mix together all the ingredients. This can be done with a mixing spoon, but we always find it easier to use our hands. Also, use your hands to break up any clumps you may find throughout the powder mixture. Clumps will not be your friend during this process.

If you have never used sodium cocoyl isethionate or SCI for short, you should definitely give it a try! Sodium cocoyl isethionate will leave your skin feeling super soft. Also, sodium cocoyl isethionate is great for sensitive skin. We highly recommend giving sodium cocoyl isethionate a try. It is a wonderful SLS alternative that truly is amazing!

Galaxy Bubble Bar Recipe Prepare Your Wet IngredientsGalaxy Bubble Bar Recipe Prepare Your Wet Ingredients

Next, you are going to be preparing your wet ingredients. For this step, you will have a total of three wet ingredients. So, get your bowl of dry ingredients and tare the weight on the scale. Alternatively, you could weigh these ingredients in a separate bowl before adding it to the dry ingredients. This could be helpful for those worried about pouring too much, as it could alter your recipe. So, in a large mixing bowl, blend 200 grams of your vegetable glycerin, 24 grams of the safflower oil, and 14 grams of Natures Garden’s Grape Happy Camper Fragrance Oil.  Once again, while you can use the volume measurements above, we highly recommend using weighted measurements.  By weighing your ingredients in grams, you will get a more accurate measurement and an overall better outcome.

 

Galaxy Bubble Bar Recipe Combining Your Dry and Wet IngredientsGalaxy Bubble Bar Recipe Combining Your Dry and Wet Ingredients

Now, add your wet ingredients to the mixing bowl containing the dry powdered ingredients. Once again, go ahead and use your hands to mix the ingredients. Also, make sure you get all the clumps out. Keep mixing the wet and dry ingredients until you get a dough like consistency. You want to make sure your dough is not too crumbly. If it becomes crumbly, you can add a little bit more vegetable glycerin. However, you want to be very careful when adding the vegetable glycerin. If you end up adding too much vegetable glycerin, your dough will become too wet and the recipe may not dry properly. Make sure you are super careful when measuring and mixing your dry and wet ingredients.

 

Galaxy Bubble Bar Recipe Separating Your DoughGalaxy Bubble Bar Recipe Separating Your Dough

Next, we are going to separate the bubble bar dough you just made into three bowls. So, you will need three of your mixing bowls. In a later step, we will be adding a different colorant to each bowl. Although for now, you just need to make sure while separating the dough into three bowls, the are equally divided to include 1/3 in each bowl. They don’t have to be exactly even, just a rough 1/3 in each bowl will work. However don’t let your big mixing bowl go too far, you’ll need it again in a later step. Now for the fun part! Start getting excited!

 

Galaxy Bubble Bar Recipe Coloring your DoughGalaxy Bubble Bar Recipe Coloring Your Dough

Next, we will be adding color. In each of the three bowls, you will be adding one of Natures Garden’s three FUN Soap Colorants. In the first bowl, add five grams of neon blue FUN Soap Colorant. Then, use your hands to mix the blue colorant into the bubble bar dough. Now, with clean gloves, add five grams of Natures Garden’s ultramarine violet FUN Soap Colorant to the second bowl. Lastly, in your third bowl, add five grams of the neon pink soap colorant.  While wearing clean gloves, mix the colorants into the final bowl of dough. Once you have mixed each portion of dough, roll them into a ball and place each one back in their bowl. Remember you may need to change gloves for each color. This will prevent the colors from mixing with each other prematurely.

Galaxy Bubble Bar Recipe Preparing the Colored DoughGalaxy Bubble Bar Recipe Preparing the Colored Dough

Now, you will need the large bowl you were using earlier in the recipe. Go ahead and place your pink bubble bar dough, blue dough, and purple dough ball in your large bowl. Place them next to each other in the bowl but not directly on top of each other. Then, press down on the dough balls to flatten each color dough ball completely. You can overlap slightly as you press on each ball. The goal is to fill the bowl completely.  When we begin scooping we will scoop across the bowl to allow us to get a little bit of each color.

Galaxy Bubble Bar Recipe Scooping the Bubble BarsGalaxy Bubble Bar Recipe Scooping the Bubble Bars

Next, scoop the dough using your small stainless steel scooper. While scooping the dough with your stainless steel ice cream scooper, make sure you get a little bit of the pink dough, the blue dough, and the purple dough color in the ice cream scoop. Then, release each scoop onto a piece of parchment paper or on your silicone baking mat. This recipe will make about thirty of the small ice cream scoops.

Galaxy Bubble Bar Recipe Let's Add Sparkle!Galaxy Bubble Bar Recipe Let’s Add Sparkle!

Now, let’s add some sparkle! We used Natures Garden Diamond Dust Mica Pigment to add some shimmer to the Galaxy bubble bars. This will give your handcrafted bubble bars a silvery white sparkle. While this is totally optional, we thought it was the perfect finishing touch to really give the bubble bars the true Galaxy feel. So, sprinkle your bubble bar scoops with Natures Garden diamond dust mica powder. While making the recipe, we used about two grams of diamond dust pigment. But you can use as much or as little as you would like.

 

Galaxy Bubble Bar Recipe Allowing Them to SetupGalaxy Bubble Bar Recipe Allowing Them to Setup

Finally, you will just need to let your bubble bars setup.  I know you want to use them right away, but you will need to be patient. It can take a few days and in some cases as long as a week for them to setup.  While setup will not take as long a typical rolled bubble bar, for us they just took a few days. It all depends on the environment they are setting up in. You will know they are ready when they feel completely dry.  If you try to pick your bubble bars up too soon, they may fall apart in your hands. So, make sure you allow a few days for the bubble bars to completely harden before moving them or packaging them. Your finished product should turn out like the picture shown. Look at how awesome and vibrant the colors turn out! The diamond dust mica powder adds a great look to these bubble bars.

Galaxy Bubble Bar RecipeGalaxy Bubble Bar Recipe Using the Bubble Bar Scoops

 

Lastly, I bet you can’t wait to try them! I know I couldn’t! I was so excited to see what they looked like in water, I couldn’t wait to get home and see! So, I crumbled one into a bowl, here is a picture of a finished Galaxy bubble bar in a little water. When using your bubble bars at home, crumble a couple of your hardened scoops under your warm running bath water. Not only will it leave your water a beautiful magenta color, it will provide for a nice and relaxing bubble bath. Also, since one of the dry ingredients is sodium cocoyl isethionate, your skin will be left feeling soft. Now, sit back and enjoy a shimmering, grape scented bubble bath! Try it out and see what the rave is all about with our Galaxy bubble bar recipe. You may even decide you want to try other bubble bar recipes from Natures Garden! Well, for even more candle, soap, and cosmetic making ideas, check out our recipe box found here. In our recipe box, you will find a variety of handcrafted bath and body recipes as well as free downloadable candle making classes and soap making classes.

 

Galaxy Bubble Bar Recipe Share Your Products

Have you tried our Galaxy Bubble Bar Recipe? Or, maybe you changed up the colors?  We would love to see the bubble bar scoops that you have created! Post your bubble bar pictures on our Instagram or Twitter page! You can find us @ngscents. As always, you can also post your pictures to our Facebook page as well. We hope your Galaxy bubble bars turn out great and you have a blast making them! Also, we are always here to help and to answer any questions you may have. We hope to see pictures of your finished bath and body products soon!

Jul
04

Neapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bars Recipe


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Neapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bars Recipe

Get ready for a super cute bubble bar recipe! The Natures Garden Neapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bars Recipe look and smell just like little scoops of Ice cream! Plus, each scoop has a little bit of each color, so you can immediately tell the flavor! Alternatively, you could do some dual color or single color scoops and package them together. Really, it is all up to you! Not only do these little scoops have the right look, but each color has the right scent! We used a vanilla scent, a chocolate scent, and a strawberry scent in each of the corresponding portions. So, these ice cream scoops smell as realistic as we can possibly get!

Neapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bars Ingredients Available at Natures Garden

Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate
Sodium Bicarbonate- Baking Soda
Strawberry Patch Fragrance Oil
French Vanilla New Improved Fragrance Oil
Hot Cocoa Fragrance Oil
Cream of Tartar
Corn Starch
Fractionated Coconut Oil
Vegetable Glycerin
Neon Pink FUN Soap Colorant
Vanilla Powder
Organic Cocoa Powder
Vanilla White Color Stabilizer
Safety Gloves
Natures Garden Apron
Safety Glasses
Small Stainless Steel Scoop
Safety Mask

Neapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bars Recipe Other Supplies Needed for this Recipe

1 Large Mixing Bowl
3 Medium Mixing Bowls
2 Small Bowls
Mixing Spoon
Parchment Paper or a Silicone Baking Mat
Scale

Neapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bars Recipe Amounts and Weights of All Ingredients

410 grams (2 cups) of the Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate
460 grams (2 cups) of the Sodium Bicarbonate- Baking Soda
224 grams (2/3 cups) of the Cream of Tartar
72 grams (2/3 cups) of the Corn Starch
200 grams (2/3 cups) of the Vegetable Glycerin (217 grams total)
24 grams (2 Tablespoons) of the Fractionated Coconut Oil
5 grams of the French Vanilla New Improved Fragrance Oil
1 gram of the Neon Pink FUN Soap Colorant
5 grams of the Hot Cocoa Fragrance Oil
3 grams of the Organic Cocoa Powder
5 grams of the Strawberry Patch Fragrance Oil
2 grams of the Vanilla Powder

Also, you will need 17 grams of Vegetable Glycerin for the colorant mixtures

Neapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bars Recipe Clean and Sanitize

Since these are bath products, you really want to make sure that you aren’t accidentally including any dirt or debris. No one wants to soak with a dirty bubble bar! So, before you begin working make sure that everything is clean and ready for you to use! First, retrieve all of your equipment for this recipe. This includes things like the bowls, mixing utensils, and the ice cream scooper. So, make sure that all your equipment is clean. This will prevent any contaminants from getting into your bubble bars. Also, you will want to clean and sanitize your work area. Not only will this ensure that you have enough space to work, but you will make sure that you won’t pick up anything. For example, setting down a utensil on your work surface and using it later. So, this will further prevent potential contamination.

Neapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bars Prepare Your Dry IngredientsNeapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bars Recipe Prepare Your Dry Ingredients

First, you are going to weigh out all of your dry ingredients. So, retrieve your large mixing bowl and your measuring device. While you can use measuring cups and a tablespoon to complete this recipe, we suggest using a gram scale. The scale will give you far more exact amounts that will prevent your recipe from being made incorrectly. After you have your measuring equipment, you can begin working with your dry ingredients. So, combine 410 grams of the Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, 460 grams of the Sodium Bicarbonate- Baking Soda, 224 grams of the Cream of Tartar, and 72 grams of Corn Starch. Also, you can see the volume amount above for those using measuring cups. After, make sure to break up any clumps that you find in the powder. You will want to use your hands to mix up and go through to find all the clumps.

Neapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bars Prepare Your Wet IngredientsNeapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bars Recipe Prepare Your Wet Ingredients

Now, you are going to be working with your wet ingredients. So, take your bowl of dry ingredients and tare the weight on the scale. Alternatively, you could weigh these ingredients in a separate bowl before adding it to the dry ingredients. This could be helpful for those worried about pouring too much, as it could alter your recipe. After, add in 200 grams of the vegetable glycerin and 24 grams of the Fractionated Coconut Oil. Now, mix the wet and dry ingredients together. Be sure that you mix everything well and that it is all incorporated.

Further, you will want to check the consistency of the dough at this point. if it is too crumbly, you can add in more vegetable glycerin until you get the right consistency. This will be very important for those that used volume rather than weight, as this ingredient may be too thick to add the amount you needed from the measuring cup. However, you want to be careful not to add too much. If your dough gets too wet, then the ingredients will start to activate in the bowl. So, try to add just the right amount!

Neapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bars Separate Your Bowl of Ingredients into Three PortionsNeapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bars Recipe Separate Your Bowl of Ingredients into Three Portions

Next, you will be separating your mixture into three portions. Before you do, make sure that everything is mixed evenly. This will make sure that all the ingredients are going to be present in each bubble bar scoop. Then, you will need three small mixing bowls. Now, divide your mixture into three equal portions. Try to be as exact as possible, but it is okay if you just estimate the amounts for each bowl to contain 1/3 of your original mixture. While all of your bubble bar mixture should be out of the bowl, you will need this bowl again in a later step as you are scooping. For now, just set this large mixing bowl aside.

Neapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bars Color and Scent the Chocolate PortionNeapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bars Recipe Color and Scent the Chocolate Portion

Then, we will be creating the chocolate ice cream portion. First, you are going to need one of your small bowls. This bowl will have 3 grams of the organic cocoa powder and 12 grams of vegetable glycerin added to it. After, mix these together to create a paste. Now, grab one of your third portions of your mixture. Add the cocoa powder paste to the bowl. Also, add in 5 grams of the Hot Cocoa Fragrance Oil. Make sure to mix this well with either your hands or a mixing spoon. As long as the color and fragrance are evenly mixed, it doesn’t matter which method you use to mix. Then, roll your chocolate portion into a ball and set it aside.

Neapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bars Color and Scent the Strawberry PortionNeapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bars Recipe Color and Scent the Strawberry Portion

Also, we will be making the pink portion. Of course, this portion will become the strawberry ice cream part of your ice cream scoops! So, grab another of the unused dough portions in your medium mixing bowls. Now, add in a single gram of the FUN Neon Pink Soap Colorant to create a bright pink hue. Then, add in 5 grams of the scrumptious Strawberry Patch Fragrance Oil. Now, mix everything up well until it looks just like strawberry ice cream should! You should be certain that all the clumps of dye are mixed our and your have an even pink color. After you get everything mixed well, roll the mixture into a ball, set it back in the mixing bowl, and set it aside. for later use

Neapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bars Scent the Vanilla PortionNeapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bars Recipe Scent the Vanilla Portion

Lastly, you will be creating the vanilla ice cream portion. So, grab your other small bowl. Add in 2 grams of the vanilla powder and 5 grams of the vegetable glycerin. Then, mix these ingredients into a paste. Now, take the last portion of your plain mixture. You will add your completed paste to this bowl. Also, mix the 5 grams of the French Vanilla New Improved Fragrance Oil and 5 grams of the Vanilla White Stabilizer together in your little bowl. Then, add this to your vanilla mixture. Finally, mix all of these ingredients together very well. Roll this into a ball and set aside for a moment.

Neapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bars Setting Up the Three ColorsNeapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bars Recipe Setting Up the Three Colors

After all your colors are created you will need to prepare them for scooping. So, retrieve your three balled up colors. Now, remember what Neapolitan ice cream looks like before you set them up. you will want the white color, or vanilla, in the center and the other two flavors on either side. Be sure to set them right next to each other and not on top of one another.

After, you are going to press down on the colors to flatten them. You want to completely flatten all your dough in the bowl. Also, be sure that they are touching a little as you flatten. It is okay to have some overlap as you go. Once you are done you should have three rows of color that are ready for scooping!

 

Neapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bars Creating the Ice Cream ScoopsNeapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bars Recipe Creating the Ice Cream Scoops

Next, you are going to be scooping out your bubble bars. So, grab your stainless steel ice cream scooper as it is time to scoop the dough. As you go you will want to make sure that you get a little bit of each color for every scoop. You want others to be able to recognize that these are Neapolitan Ice Cream Scoops by looking at just one bubble bar! So, you will not want to have too much of any color in your scoops.

Maybe you could even practice with some real Neapolitan ice cream before you begin this recipe. You know, to get the technique down in the most delicious way possible.

Neapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bars Finishing Your ScoopsNeapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bars Recipe Finishing Your Scoops

Finally, you are going to be finishing up your bubble bar scoops. So, take the dough that you just scooped and tightly press it into the mold. Doing this will make sure that the scooper is filled completely. Thus, you will certainly have a fully formed scoop. Otherwise, you could have empty spaces in your scoops or even have bubble bars that don’t look like real scoops. Nobody wants that! So, make sure your scoop is filled After, release your ice cream scoop on top of either the silicone mat or parchment paper. After, you will repeat this process until all of the dough has been used.

Neapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bars Ready for You to UseNeapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bars Ready for You to Use

Now, you will be getting to the point where you can use your bubble bars! All you have to do now is wait. Leave the bubble bar scoops where they are until they are completely set up. If you are unsure of when they will be ready, then we can explain. You will know the bubble bars are set up when they are completely hard. This means that the bubble bars will no longer soft or squishy in any areas. Also, it may take up to a few days for them completely set up. While we can’t give an exact amount of time for completion, this will vary due to variations in humidity and climate. However, we can say that these little scoops will set up quicker than a larger bubble bar. After, your product will be ready to create an amazing bubble bath!

 

Neapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bars How to Use a Bubble Bar

Once your bubble bars have hardened, you are ready to use your creations! Further, using these is super simple! All you have to do is run some warm water and crumble one of your ice cream scoops. Then, watch the bubble magic as your bathtub fills! Since this ice cream scoop is smaller, you may want to add a second scoop. This will provide more bubbles and really scent your bath. If you have ever wanted to take a bath in Neapolitan ice cream, then this is the next best thing! These cute little scoops look and smell just like the real ice cream!

May
15

Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe


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Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar RecipeBlackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe

If you’re looking for a super bubbly bath product, then the  Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe is the right recipe for you! We used a fantastic bubble bar recipe and changed a few things to make it so much more fun! First, we used a scoop to create a product that looked like little scoops of purple ice cream. Also, we added a whole lot of diamond dust mica to add a touch of shimmer and shine. So, it is safe to say that Natures Garden has created a recipe for a product that is both pretty and powerful. Plus, these little cuties have a fantastic aroma! We scented this recipe with the wonderful Blackberry Bling Bling Fragrance Oil, which is a bright, gorgeous scent. Overall, this is a fun recipe that could enhance any bubble bath experience.

Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Ingredients From Natures Garden

Sodium Lauryl Sulfate
Sodium Bicarbonate- Baking Soda
Blackberry Bling Bling Fragrance Oil
Cream of Tartar
Corn Starch
Macadamia Nut Oil
Vegetable Glycerin
Mica – Diamond Dust
Deep Purple FUN Soap Colorant
Safety Gloves
Small Stainless Steel Scoop
Safety Mask
Natures Garden Apron
Safety Glasses

Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Other Ingredients and Equipment

Medium Mixing Bowl
Small Mixing Bowl
Mixing Spoon
Either a Roll of Parchment Paper or a Silicone Baking Mat
Scale
Measuring Cups of 1 cup and 1/3 cup (optional)
Tablespoon (optional)

Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Weights and Amounts of Ingredients

272 grams (1 cup) of Sodium Lauryl Sulfate
230 grams (1 cup) of Sodium Bicarbonate – Baking Soda
112 grams (1/3 cup) of Cream of Tartar
36 grams (1/3 cup) of Corn Starch
100 grams (1/3 cup) of Vegetable Glycerin
12 grams (1 Tablespoon) of Macadamia Nut Oil
7 grams of Blackberry Bling Bling Fragrance Oil
7 grams of FUN Soap Colorant Deep Purple
2 grams of Diamond Dust Mica Pigment

Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Clean, Sanitize, and Be Safe

Before beginning, you are going to want to create a workspace that is safe for both you and your product. Firstly, clean and sanitize any supplies that you will be needing for this recipe. Also, tidy up your workspace to make sure that you have an adequate space to create these bubble bars. Next, make sure that you have all of the necessary safety equipment to complete this recipe. Especially, make sure that you have some gloves and a mask on for this recipe as some of the powders in the recipe tend to float up into the air.

Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Weighing Dry Ingredients Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Weighing Dry Ingredients

Initially, you will be working on weighing all of the dry ingredients you will be using for this recipe. So, retrieve a medium sized mixing bowl and your measuring devices, you can use your scale or some measuring cups and spoons. Then, weigh out the 272 grams, or 1 cup, of Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, 230 grams, or 1 cup, of Sodium Bicarbonate – Baking Soda, 112 grams, or 1/3 cup, of Cream of Tartar, and 36 grams, or 1/3 cup, of Corn Starch into your bowl in the specified amounts.

Then, you will want to mix these ingredients well to fully incorporate all the powders. You can use your hands or a mixing spoon, but we have found that it is easiest to mix with gloved hands. Further, you should pay attention to any clumps existing in this mixture. You should break up any clumps to make the mixture as smooth and evenly mixed as possible. Otherwise, your final product may have pockets of powder that never mix with the necessary ingredients.

Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Weighing Wet IngredientsBlackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Weighing Wet Ingredients

Next, you are going to be weighing your wet ingredients. So, retrieve a small mixing bowl and tare its weight from your scale. Now, add the 100 grams, or 1/3 cup, of Vegetable Glycerin, 12 grams, or 1 Tablespoon, of Macadamia Nut Oil, and 7 grams of Blackberry Bling Bling Fragrance Oil to the small bowl in their proper amounts. You will be using this mixture in the following step, so keep the bowl close.

Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Combining Wet and Dry IngredientsBlackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Combining Wet and Dry Ingredients

Now, you are going to combine all of your previously weighed ingredients. Grab your bowl of weighed wet ingredients and add it to your bowl of weighed dry ingredients. Mix this well to incorporate everything. Also, you have the option to add a bit more vegetable glycerin to the mixture if it is a bit crumbly. However, you do not want to add too much as this would make the recipe too wet to create a proper bubble bar. So, we’d recommend mixing in no more than a few drops at a time to avoid going over your limit.

Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Adding the ColorantBlackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Adding the Soap Colorant

Next, you will be adding the FUN Soap Colorant to the mixture you have created thus far. So, take your combined bowl of wet and dry ingredients and add the correct amount of Deep Purple FUN Soap Colorant, which is 7 grams. Mix the color in thoroughly and make sure that there aren’t any pockets of soap colorant left behind after you mix. So, the dough should be an even, pretty shade of purple all the way through the mixture.

Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Adding the Mica PowderBlackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Adding the Mica Powder

Next, you are going to be adding some shimmery mica powder to your purple dough mixture. So before you begin scooping, you are going to weigh out and add 1 gram of the diamond dust mica. So, use your scale to weigh the proper amount in your small bowl that you have used in a previous step. Then, mix the mica ingredient into your purple dough mixture. Also, try to make sure that you mix the dough thoroughly to create an even shimmer in your mixture and continue to break up any clumps that you may see throughout the creating process.

Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Scooping the Bubble BarsBlackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Scooping the Bubble Bars

Now, the mixture is ready for you to create the scoops. So, retrieve your small stainless steel scoop to shape your bubble bars. Simply spoon some of your dough mixture into your metal scoop and pack it into the scoop. You can pack it by pressing on the dough while it is inside the scoop. Doing this ensures that your bubble bar will hold its little ice cream scoop form. After, release the dough from the scoop onto your parchment paper or silicone baking mat. Repeat this until all of your dough has been scooped on your parchment paper or silicone baking mat.

Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Finishing TouchesBlackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Finishing Touches

Next, you will be completing a few last steps to complete your bubble bars. After you have all your little ice cream scoops on your parchment paper or silicone baking mat, then you are ready to add the finishing touches. Sprinkle about a gram or so of the diamond dust mica onto the scoops to add some extra shimmer to your products. You can add more if you’d like to, it all depends on how much mica dust you’d want to add. Then, you should let the bubble bars sit undisturbed, so they can harden and set up completely. This should take a couple of days, but they need this time to harden.

Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Ready to UseBlackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Ready to Use

Finally, your bar bars are ready for you to use! After a few days have passed, your creations will be ready for you to take to the bath.  It is fairly simple to use this product, just crumble it under some warm, running water and there you have it! Since these bubble bars are smaller, you may want to use a couple if you are bringing them to a bubble bath. However, we are sure you’ll love the Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar, as they are moisturizing, sparkly, and smell so good!

Have you created your own bubble bars?  We would love to see your creations too.  Post a pic on our Facebook page or tag us on Instagram @ngscents.

May
05

Make Your Own Bubble Bars


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Make Your Own Bubble BarsMake Your Own Bubble Bars

Natures Garden’s next recipe involves one of our new products.  Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate (SCI) is a wonderful product that leaves your skin feeling soft and silky.  In addition, this ingredient gives your products a fabulous bubbly lather.  Well, this next recipe shows you how to use SCI in bubble bars, or in this case, scoop-able bubble bars.  Make your own bubble bars using Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate and Mango Sorbet Fragrance Oil!

Make Your Own Bubble Bars Ingredients Available from Natures Garden

Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate
Sodium Bicarbonate- Baking Soda
Cream of Tartar
Corn Starch
Sweet Almond Oil
Vegetable Glycerin
Jailhouse Red FUN Soap Colorant
Yelp Yellow FUN Soap Colorant
Yellow Oxide FUN Soap Colorant
Small Stainless Steel Scoop
Safety Gloves
Safety Mask
Natures Garden Apron
Safety Glasses

Make Your Own Bubble Bars Other Supplies You Will Need

Deep Mixing Bowl
Mixing Spoon or Measuring Cups and Spoons
Parchment Paper or Silicone Baking Mat
Scale

Make Your Own Bubble Bars Total Recipe Weights

I would like to point out that while we are giving you both weight and volume measurements, we definitely recommend using the weighted measurements.  The volume measurements are not going to be as accurate.

205 grams (1 cup) Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate
230 grams (1 cup) Sodium Bicarbonate- Baking Soda
112 grams (1/3 cup) Cream of Tartar
36 grams (1/3 cup) Corn Starch
100 grams (1/3 cup) Vegetable Glycerin
12 grams (1 TBSP) Sweet Almond Oil
7 grams Mango Sorbet Fragrance Oil
1 gram FUN Soap Colorant Jailhouse Red
6 grams FUN Soap Colorant Yelp Yellow
3 drops FUN Soap Colorant Yellow Oxide

Make Your Own Bubble Bars Weigh Out Your Dry Ingredients

Make Your Own Bubble Bars Weigh Out Your Dry IngredientsFirst, you will need a deep mixing bowl.  Use your scale to weigh out 205 grams of sodium cocoyl isethionate, 230 grams of sodium bicarbonate which is commonly known as baking soda, 112 grams of cream of tartar, and lastly 36 grams of corn starch.  Then, use your hands, or a mixing spoon to blend the ingredients together.  You also want to make sure you have broken up any clumps you may find in the mixture.

Make Your Own Bubble Bars Weigh Out Your Wet Ingredients

Make Your Own Bubble Bars Weigh Out Your Wet Ingredients

 

 

Now, in a separate small bowl, weigh out your dry ingredients.  Use your scale to add 100 grams of vegetable glycerin, 12 grams of sweet almond oil, and 7 grams of Natures Garden’s Mango Sorbet Fragrance Oil.  Mix the ingredients together.

Make Your Own Bubble Bars Putting Everything Together

Make Your Own Bubble Bars Putting Everything Together

 

Then, add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients.  Next, mix the ingredients together.  I find it easiest to use your hands to mix them together.  You need to mix the ingredients together until you have a crumbly dough consistency.

Make Your Own Bubble Bars Mix Your Colorant

Make Your Own Bubble Bars Mix Your ColorantWe will be mixing three colors together to achieve a mango sorbet color.  First, add 6 grams of Nature’s Garden’s yelp yellow FUN Soap Colorant.  Then, add in 1 gram of jailhouse red FUN Soap Colorant.  Lastly, add 3 drops of the yellow oxide FUN Soap Colorant.  Mix them together to create an even color.  Finally, add the colorant to your bubble bar dough.  Again, I find it easiest to also mix the colorant into the dough with your hands.

Make Your Own Bubble Bars Scooping the Dough

Make Your Own Bubble Bars Scooping the Dough

 

 

Once you have all the ingredients mixed, you will leave it in the bowl and scoop right out of the bowl.  You want to push down and pack the dough into the bowl.  This will make it easier to scoop the dough.  As you can see it looks kind of like ice cream.

Make Your Own Bubble Bars Scooping the Dough

 

 

 

Now, once you have packed your dough down into your bowl, use your stainless steel ice cream scoop to begin scooping your ice cream bubble bars.  Scoop a bit of the dough into the mini ice cream scoop.  Then, use your hand to once again pack it in tightly.  This will ensure that the bubble bars hold their form when removing them from the scoop.

Make Your Own Bubble Bars Scooping the Dough

 

 

Finally, make sure your silicone mat or parchment paper is in an area where it will not be disturbed.  Then, press the button to release the scoop over a piece your silicone mat.  Repeat this process until you have used up all of your dough.  This recipe will create about 15 mini ice cream scoop bubble bars.  These ice cream bubble bars will need to setup before you can move them.  Leave them undisturbed for about three days before using them or packaging them.  The drying time can vary.  However, after a couple days you can check them to see if they have setup.

Make Your Own Bubble Bars Using the Mango Sorbet Bubble Bars

Make Your Own Bubble Bars Using the Mango Sorbet Bubble Bars

Bubble bars are not only fun to make, but they are fun to use!  Now that you have learned how to make your own bubble bars, it’s time to use them.  Simply take a couple of these scoops and crumble them up under your warm running bath water.  Then, watch the water bubble up!

 

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