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Learn how to make solid bubble bath at home! This recipe is easy to make, and results in fluffy bubbles. If you'd like a written out recipe, visit the Soap Queen blog here: http://www.soapqueen.com/?p=27483 www.BrambleBerry.com Recipe: 7 oz Liquid Glycerin 1.8 oz Castor Oil 0.7 oz Celestial Waters Fragrance Oil 10.1 oz Baking Soda 7.4 oz Cream of Tartar 2.7 oz Corn Starch 0.6 oz Modified Tapioca Powder 5.8 oz SLSA (Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate) 12 mL Diluted Emerald LabColor 15 mL Diluted Blue Mix LabColor Get the ingredients for this project here: http://www.brambleberry.com/Solid-Bubble-Bath-Kit-P5597.aspx For more tutorials, tips and tricks and business advice, visit our blog https://www.soapqueen.com/. For soapmaking supplies, visit our website https://www.brambleberry.com/. All supplies used can be purchased at http://www.brambleberry.com Thank you for watching! Starting 12/19/16, we will no longer be responding to comments here. If you have any questions, feel free to contact our customer service team at firstname.lastname@example.org or 877-627-7883 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. PST, Monday-Friday. You can also live chat with customer service on BrambleBerry.com from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. PST, Monday-Friday.
Now Available at moriversoap.com! http://www.moriversoap.com/product/huckleberry-fluff-soap-1-bar This is our usual Montana Huckleberry scent only in a fun, new design! Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter to know when new products are listed and favorites restocked. *Store: www.moriversoap.com *Instagram: http://instagram.com/moriversoap/ *Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/MissouriRiverSoap/ *Facebook Page – make sure to select to ‘get notifications’: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Missouri-River-Soap/264348723577234 *Twitter: https://twitter.com/MORiverSoap If you are looking for soapmaking recipes and instruction, please visit these sites: www.soapqueen.com SoapQueenTV on YouTube www.lovinsoap.com Amanda Gail on YouTube *ALL RIGHTS RESERVED* My video is not intended to be a tutorial. Please respect your fellow soapmaker and do your best to be original. Adjustable Single Wire Soap Cutter/Bud’s Woodshop: https://www.etsy.com/listing/191983081/adjustable-single-wire-soap-cutter?ref=shop_home_active_2 Soap Loaf Splitter: http://smithcreekstudio.com/ My husband built my planer. You can find similar ones on Etsy. Just search for ‘soap planer’. My clear pitchers were purchased at www.schoolmasters.com Go to the ‘science side’. My clear soaping containers (food storage containers) and stainless steel pitchers (frothing pitchers) were purchased at www.webstaurantstore.com Camera used to film: Sony Cybershot Camera used for images: Nikon D3200 with 50mm lens Video Editing Software: Corel Video Studio Pro Music: On the Bach by Jingle Punks
Hope you guys like these DIY lush bubble bars! Be sure to check out my DIY lush bath bombs video as well! These resemble lush bubble bars like ultra violet. There's also a demo, which resembles lush bath bombs like dragon's egg, twilight, northern lights, big blue, space girl, demo, diy, diy lush, diy lush bath bomb, how to make bubble bars, how to make bath bombs, make your own bath bombs, galaxy bath bombs Lilly's video! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9QQ-iw0jGPM *About SLSA I feel like i'm going to get a few questions as to if this is safe to work with, etc. First i'd like to disclaim that I am NOT a professional, or a chemist, or anything like that haha. I did some research and from what I've found, it is STRONGLY recommended you work with this while using gloves and a mask to cover your mouth. To my understanding, SLSA is what makes the bubble bars bubble (it's also found in some shampoos) So I would say this is a project not so much for kids. Please use gloves when working with this, and also please wear a mask. When SLSA is in the air it will make you have a coughing fit. My experience is that this IS a safe project, but you really need to be wearing gloves and a mask to cover your mouth! *Other Questions I'm anticipating* - Will this stain my tub? Mine did not. It may leave a slight ring, but you should be able to wipe it off right after! - "What gives it scent?" The essential oils are what give your bath products scents! I used one from target as featured in the video but you could honestly use whatever you want! - "How long should I let these dry?" I would say at least 24 hours, maybe 48! I have heard freezing them will speed up the drying process but I haven't tried it myself! - "Can I substitute.... x" There are definitely alternative recipes online, so I would suggest googling it and seeing if you can find substitutes for ingredients that aren't working for you! *Recipe* 1 cup baking soda 1 tablespoon olive oil 1/3 cup corn starch 1/3 cup cream of tarter 1 cup SLSA 1/3 cup Glycerin Essential oil drops Food coloring Mask/ Gloves Where to buy SLSA: http://www.amazon.com/Sodium-Lauryl-Sulfoacetate-lb-bag/dp/B001RIFAM2 Between the rest of the ingredients, the whole thing cost me a little over $35. Bath bombs are $12 each, I made 8, so it was definitely worth doing! *Where to find me* Twitter - https://twitter.com/HayleyWi11iams Instagram - http://instagram.com/hayleywi11iams Pinterest - http://www.pinterest.com/hayleywi11iams Spotify - https://play.spotify.com/user/williamshf FTC: Not sponsored, homie. *I do not own any of the music in my videos. All rights go to respective owners/creators.*
WATCH THE SUGAR FREE VERSION HERE -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tUay6qpH9mY In this tutorial, I show you how to make royal icing for your bath bombs! I do include my recipe with optional additives! It's really easy so give it a go!!! ________________________________________________ R o y a l I c i n g R e c i p e 1/2 Cup of Cold Water 1/4 Cup of Meringue Powder 1/2 Teaspoon of Cream of Tartar 4 1/2 Cups of Powdered Sugar (at least! Have 6 on hand!) ________________________________________________ S u p p l i e s Baking Cups/ Nut Cups - https://www.etsy.com/shop/swigshoppe Cream of Tarter - www.myspicesage.com Meringue Powder - http://goo.gl/C6EzjA ________________________________________________ ♕ R o y a l t y S o a p s ♕ E t s y - http://goo.gl/f7zSjv T w i t t e r - http://goo.gl/YSR7h5 P i n t e r e s t - http://goo.gl/5IhPfA F a c e b o o k - http://goo.gl/Bpru7O B l o g / W e b s i t e - http://goo.gl/VPo4Gb I n s t a g r a m - @royaltysoaps ♕ T h e R o y a l L i f e ♕ Y o u T u b e : http://goo.gl/tfGG2C I n s t a g r a m : @theduchessofsuds
A Bath Truffle is like a bath bomb or bath fizzy with lots of moisturizing oils that you crumble into your bath for a home spa experience. This recipe contains cocoa butter and shea butter for that luxurious touch and shows two recipes; an all natural mix using kaolin clay and lavender essential oil and a Sweet Bubbly Bar using a blend of Chocolate and vanilla fragrances. http://www.brambleberry.com -Sweet Bath Truffle Recipe: 1 cup Baking Soda 1/2 cup Citric Acid 1/2 cup Powdered SLS 2 oz Melted Cocoa Butter 1 oz Melted Shea Butter 0.2 oz Vanilla Select Fragrance 0.1 oz Dark Rich Chocolate Fragrance 0.5 oz Vanilla Bean Fragrance 0.2 oz Butter Cream and Snickerdoodle Fragrance Pink Himalayan Salt Get the ingredients: https://www.brambleberry.com/Sweet-Bath-Truffles-Kit-P5461.aspx -Natural Lavender Bath Truffle Recipe: 1 cup Baking Soda 1/2 cup Citric Acid 1/2 cup Kaolin Clay 2 oz Melted Cocoa Butter 1 oz Melted Shea Butter 1 oz Lavender Essential Oil Dried Lavender Buds 12 Cavity Rectangle Silicone Mold Get the ingredients: https://www.brambleberry.com/Natural-Lavender-Bath-Truffle-Kit-P5462.aspx Anne-Marie Faiola is the owner of Bramble Berry http://www.brambleberry.com author of Soap Queen Blog http://www.soapqueen.com and developer of Teach Soap http://www.teachsoap.com Music: PsyWoofers' "Dancing 4 Joy" All supplies used in this video can be purchased at http://www.brambleberry.com
In this video, I show how I make Bubbling Bath Truffles using the recipe created and posted on soapqueen.com. These are not a bubble bar but are in fact a hybrid containing citric acid and copious amounts of butters. This video is not edited for time but was created as if you were in my studio with me.
Bubbling Bath Truffle Recipes:
twowildhares.com (powders, poly 80)
essentialdepot.com (liquid glycerin)
soaperschoice.com (shea and cocoa butters)
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Disclaimer – Missouri River Soap is not responsible for the performance of this recipe. Testing is your responsibility. Your results may vary. Use caution and common sense when making and using bubbling bath truffles.