DIY Bubble Bars


I have been an avid admirer of the bubble bar for a long time. I mean, come on. It looks like a big cookie, smells like a dream come true, and puts bubbles in your bath! What's not to love?

Now, you can purchase these bath delights at a variety of different places, but the company who made them famous (We all know who they are, right? Four letter word? Rhymes with "CRUSH"?) charges over $10.00 USD for a 7 oz bar and $6.75 USD for a 3.5 oz bar. I don't know about you guys but I don't have the money to just splash five bucks out on a bubble bath. Also, most bubble bars contain sodium laurel sulfate. I personally know quite a few people that have a bad reaction to this foaming agent and find it too harsh on sensitive skin. That really limits the amount of bubble bars they can use and I've always felt bad that there wasn't a lot of reliable companies offering a solid bubble bath using a gentler alternative, such as Sodium Laurel Sulfoacetate or Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate.

SO, I figured there has got to be a way to recreate them, a DIY version, if you will! After all, the ingredient list isn't very long...how hard could it be? I experimented with different ingredients and consistencies but didn't end up finding a recipe I loved. Lucky for me (and now you!) I stumbled upon Nicole from Two Wild Hares in a Facebook group I was a part of. Her bubble bars looked absolutely perfect and I began to see others emerge in my feed that were just as gorgeous! ALL of them were made with her recipe that other people had bought and were raving about. That settled it. I had to try it for myself. And guess what? It worked. Perfectly.





So, I'm happy to say that I can recommend this recipe in good faith. It hardens up enough to package, creates massive bubbles, smells awesome, and is very gentle. I'm also really glad I didn't have to go through umpteen recipes to find one that actually works and will do okay in even humid environments. Now, you can get the recipe from the Two Wild Hares Etsy shop right now OR you can watch the video below, watch me demonstrate how to create these bubbling bars, receive an exclusive coupon code for 10% off the PDF, and THEN purchase the recipe.



SO MAKE YOU SOME BUBBLE BARS!! If you try out this recipe, be sure to tag Royalty Soaps so I can see your awesome color genius and marvel at the beauty of your bubbly creations!

9 comments

  1. I watched this whole video and never found the coupon code!

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    1. Around halfway through the video you will see a yellow banner at the bottom that has the code.

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  2. I am gonna try these, TY I have made them using the Soap Queen' recipe, but they crack like crazy and I was just not that crazy about them. This looks better. :D

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  3. I tried them about a month ago, and Nicole's recipe is the best ever!!!

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  4. I'm also not seeing the coupon code-has it expired and been removed? Great video!

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  5. Thank you for the 10% discount - I've bought the recipe from Two Wild Hares :).x

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    1. Hello there can you give me the discount code? I tried the code she gives but for some reason doesn't work , can you give the one you have got ? Thank you :)

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  6. Coupon doesn't work anymore it seems, phooey. Great video thank you :)

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  7. Awesome video. Inspired me to try soap-making for the first time!

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