The Best Bubble Bath Ever

Cream City Soap company Bubble Bath

On the list of ways I can actually relax, baths take a spot near the very top. There’s something wonderful about submerging into hit water and just completely unwinding. Or reading a book. Or having a glass of wine. As long as there is hot water, I don’t really care what else is involved. Finding a bubble bath I like has been a challenge, however. It needs to be the perfect scent, make great bubbles, and leave me feeling actually relaxed.

Best Bubble Bath Ever

Cue Cream City Soap Company. I stumbled upon these guys at the Bristol Renaissance Faire where they had a huge table of soaps as well as some delicious smelling bath products including a wonderful lavender scented bubbler that looked promising. Curiosity piqued, I decided to take a tub home to try.

Holy bubble bath, batman! This stuff is amazing. The smell is absolutely perfect. Not overpowering at all and it makes the entire apartment smell like lavender. Add in a hot cup of aromatic coffee and you have aromatherapy to last several hours.

All you need with this bubble bath is a few tablespoons of bubbler added to the hottest water you can handle and you’re good to go for a truly relaxing bath. I like to add Epsom Salt, some lavender essential oil [just to take the lavender to a whole new level], a book, and a cup of coffee. I’m linking my favorite bath caddy, which has space for a three wick candle, a wine glass slot, and a book holder! It’s basically the greatest.

Want to see some of my faovirte bath products? Check out my recipe for a perfect bath at this link.

Cream City Soap Company Bubble Bath

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1 Comment

  1. Relaxing Bath | Stile.Foto.Cibo

    2015-08-26 at 3:06 pm

    […] 1: Bubbles. I’ve raved about these bubblers by Cream City Soap Company on here before, way back when. They’re super concentrated and only need a tablespoon or two for a full blanket of bubbles. […]

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