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How to Make Bubble Bath Salts

How to Make Bubble Bath Salts

Here it is, my second DIY tutorial for Valentine’s Day. And it’s an easy one. Seriously, these bubble bath salts require zero effort and can be made in under 5 minutes.

You only need 2 ingredients that, if you’re anything like me and love to take long excessive baths, you probably already have in your bathroom.

This is the perfect last minute gift idea to enjoy with your Valentine, to give to a special friend for Galentine’s Day or to enjoy all by yourself.

Easy Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas

This DIY tutorial is part of my Valentine’s Day gift idea series.

Here are my other easy homemade gift ideas you can try. They are just as easy and fun to make and create lots and lots of bubble fun time!

1. “You’re my rock” hand soaps
2. Bubble Bar Bath Bombs
3. The easiest Bubble Bars

I also made a video of 3 easy DIY projects that create lovely bubbles in your bath tub.     

You can view the instructions for this post as the 2nd tutorial in the video! Good to know: you can easily watch the video without sound and it’s less than 7 minutes long!

You’ll need:

To help you find the ingredients you need for this tutorial I’ve added links in this post to places you can find them online. I’m part of the Amazon affiliate program so I get a small commission when you buy something via these links. For me it’s a win-win and I spend that money to make more bath DIY tutorials for you. But feel free to Google the ingredients to find your own or buy them from local vendors in your area!

How to make Bubble Bath Salts

  1. Combine your bath salts in a bowl. I used different types of salt, but you can stick to your favorite kind. Epsom salt is always a great choice, but coarse sea salt and dead sea salt would work too!
  2. I added some pink Himalayan salt for a pop of color. You can also color some of your salt with food or soap coloring. Add a drop of coloring, mix well and let the salts absorb the color for a few minutes.
  3. Add 1/2 tablespoon of bubble bath to your bath salts. Mix well until all of the salt is evenly coated with the bubble bath mixture.
  4. Scoop the bubble bath salts in a pretty container. I added some pretty heart shaped bath confetti soap sprinkles for extra cuteness. I had some left over from my DIY Surprise Bath Bomb tutorial and they were perfect to add a festive touch.
  5. Don’t own bath confetti and don’t feel like buying them? You can also make your own cute DIY soap sprinkles!
  6. All that’s left to do is package them, label them and give to someone special.

How To Use Bubble Bath Salts

When you’re ready to use, let the water running to draw a bath. Scatter some of the bath salts close to the running water to activate the bubbles. Results may vary as your bubble bath mixture might be a different type or brand.

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How to make your own easy, fun and cheap Bubble Bath Salts for Valentine's Day or Galentine's Day. Great gift idea for adults! #diybeauty #naturalbeauty #homemadebeauty #handmadebeauty #craftideas #valentinesdayideas #valentinesdaygifts



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Thursday 11th of November 2021

Hello thank you for the recipe.Question do I have to dry them or can they stay moist with the bubble bath ,don't they get mold if they don't dry?Thank you in advance.

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