Today I’m presenting a DIY chocolate bubble bath recipe. It’s a bit of a redirect because I had a really cool vintage bubble bath recipe, made with sugar cubes, but I can’t find it anywhere. I don’t know where it went…sigh. Sorry, folks. But YAY for chocolate bubble bath!
There are a LOT of other bubble bath recipes out there. Approximately 1,000,000 other bubble bath recipes. And several variations of chocolate bubble bath recipes, of course. Chocolate bath salts, chocolate milk bath…whatever your heart desires. I mean, there’s one that says it’s a cure for varicose veins for Pete’s sake. If there’s a bubble bath that can do that then why do people get surgery?
Anyway, I already shared one bubble bath recipe and even though I’ve never tested it (and one of my readers says it doesn’t work) I thought I’d share another for kicks. And before you ask, no I’m not sure if it works and no I haven’t tested it. I just don’t know if I’m ready to soak in chocolate. And…what makes it bubble?
DIY Chocolate Bubble Bath
I found this specific chocolate bubble bath recipe on a website called Safe Cosmetics, which doesn’t seem to exist anymore. But it doesn’t really matter because there are many similar recipes all over the Internet. I thought this recipe seemed straightforward and kind of fun-sounding. But a little messy maybe.
- One cup of unscented bubble bath
- One-third cup of unsweetened soy milk
- Three ounces grated or powdered dark chocolate
And that’s it!
After gathering the ingredients all you have to do is heat the milk, add the chocolate, stir until melted/blended. However, don’t boil it. Once it’s melted/blended let it cool and add to your bubble bath! And then to your bath bath!
Let me know how it goes. Not sure I’m brave enough yet.
BTW, here’s another DIY recipe I found on Facts about Chocolate.
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