Making bubble bath

Yield: 1 Servings

Measure Ingredient
1 quart Water
1 \N Bar castille soap -- grated
2 ounces Glycerine
3 drops Perfume
1 quart Water
1 \N Bar grated castille soap
3 ounces Glycerine
3 drops Lilac perfume
1 quart Water
1 \N Bar grated castille soap
2 ounces Coconut oil
1 ounce Glycerine
3 drops Violet perfume -- or
2 drops Voilet floral oil

Any good soap can be used to make bubble bath, but castille generally is preferred. Before the soap can be made into bubble bath it must be converted to a liquid. To do this,grate 1 bar of castille soap itno 1 qart of water, warm water helps dissolve the soap faster. Allow the soap and water to mix well so that you have a liquid soap solution.

There are two ingredients that can convert liquid soap into bubble bath. Tyhese ingredients can be used together or independantly of each other. An old-fashion way to amke bubble bath is to add glycerine to liquid soap ( soap shaving and water.) Glycerine has the ability to make bubbles and increase suds. Coconut oil is often used as a substitute for glycerine, which is usually much higher priced.

Coconut oil is very effective at creating lather. Both glycerine and coconut oil are known for their special skin-softeneing properties.

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