Our Favorite Bubble Bath Recipe

When was the last time you slipped into a bubble bath? If you can’t remember, then it has been too long! Today we’ll be sharing one of our favorite bubble bath recipes for you to enjoy in your Phoenix, AZ home. Run the hot water and slip into a relaxing afternoon here at Liv Ahwatukee Apartments!

Honey & Vanilla Bubble Bath

One of our favorite bubble bath recipes is made with honey and vanilla. The key to getting this bubble bath just right is the egg white. We know what you must be thinking: honey, eggs, vanilla — who’s cooking what? This recipe smells great, is simple to make, and is a great place to begin if it’s your first time making a bubble bath. Hello Glow shared a great recipe with these ingredients. All you’ll need is ½ cup of light almond oil, ¼ cup of honey, ½ cup of mild liquid or body soap, 1 egg white, and 1 tablespoon of vanilla extract. Simply combine the ingredients together and then pour ¼ to ½ cup under running water. Keep the rest in the refrigerator for your next soaking.


Here’s what Stephanie Gerber at Hello Glow had to say about this recipe:


“My first attempt at making bubble bath a couple of years ago was a total bomb. The secret is the egg white! It helps create bigger bubbles that last longer. But you still won’t get huge bubbles. Agitate the water to activate the soap and enjoy.”


Whilst relaxing, add some more fun to your bath by bringing candles into the picture. We recommend looking for flameless tea lights, which flicker like a real flame without actually burning anything. When relaxing, it’s best to be safe — you don’t want to be worrying about open flames, especially if you have a lot of them.


Making your own bubble bath will turn bath time into something even more special (and who doesn’t want that?). A homemade bubble bath is more than a great thing for you— it’s also a great gift to give away for birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, and other celebrations.


Thanks for reading. We hope you have a great month!

person taking a bath and using a loofah