The Ultimate DIY Bubbly Bath Bar Tutorial – Nicole Gallagher

The Ultimate DIY Bubbly Bath Bar Tutorial 
Purchase link: Two Wild Hares on Etsy
Price: $19.95 (usd)
Ingredients required: baking soda, slsa, cream of tartar, tapioca OR cornstarch, mica or lake dyes, cocoa butter, glycerin, fragrance oil, polysorbate 80. (Polysorbate can be left out if you prefer to leave it out.)

You’ve wasted enough expensive ingredients making substandard solid bubble bath bars with problematic recipes, right? You’ve dropped enough dough on overpriced retail bars that stain the tub & dry your skin too. No more!

Through much trial and error, I have come to Holy Grail of solid bubble bath recipes. It is The Ultimate DIY Bubbly Bath Bar Recipe & it’s foolproof! You can use my recipe to customize your own bars to sell in your shop, or just use at home, by changing the color & scent to your own preference. You can make these jelly roll style, make cookie cut outs, ice cream or cookie scoop bars, or be creative with silicone molds. This is a rollable, not a pipable recipe. (For a pipable bubble bath frosting recipe, see the DIY Bubble Bath Bomb Cupcake Tutorial & Guide in “recipes” in my store.)

This recipe is easy to make, it is infinitely customizable & it’s very skin softening. The dough is soft long enough to be able to work it into the shapes you prefer, but it dries hard & is able to be shipped in just a few days. The inside stays soft enough to be able to break it off easily & crumble it in your tub, but the exterior is hard enough to survive shipping & even a bit of abuse without smashing. (I bubble wrap my finished bars like bath bombs & I ship all my products.)

Other recipes dry so fast you don’t have time to be creative. You do not want to be rushed if you want a full range of shaping options. You also don’t want the recipes that stay tacky forever & never fully dry. Solid bubble bath bars that are too soft will smash in shipping & won’t survive handling in shops. These bars are the perfect consistency. You will have time to play with the dough, but you won’t have to wait weeks (or forever) for them to dry. They take 2-3 days to dry on average. They also bubble like mad in the tub with a long lasting bubble. These are the Ultimate DIY Solid Bubbly Bath Bar!

Nicole rolling her famous unicorn poop bars:

Royalty Soaps video featuring the recipe:

Copyright 2016, Nicole Gallagher, Two Wild Hares. All rights reserved. Pictures, recipe & instructions may not be reproduced or distributed in any form without written permission.

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