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Making Bubble Bath Bar with Swirl & Marbled Effect

Ingredients (in order): Baking Soda, SLSa (sodium laurly sulfoacitate), Corn Starch, Vegetable Glycerin, Sweet Almond Oil, Fragrance, Skin Safe Colorants

Most of these ingredients can be found at your local grocery store and at:

Although I do use several different companies,
Bramble Berry is my #1 favorite supplier for pretty much everything ♥

Informational Site:

Etsy Shop


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28 thoughts on “Making Bubble Bath Bar with Swirl & Marbled Effect

  1. So this video popped up in my suggestion and I just wanted to comment that your bars were so pretty and look so simple. I noticed your ingredient list doesn't involve cream of tartar or tapioca starch like most others I've seen…do they harden well but still crumble easily when trying to use…if so is it possible to share the basic measurements of say wet and dry ingredients with of course the exception of the fragrance you used

  2. I don't but Edential Farms and Soap Queen TV here on Youtube both share recipes that you can try this same technique with.

  3. Wow! Between you, Karen from ES, and Dani / mscrafty….I don't know who gives me the most inspiration! You guys are so incredible and I've come up with some pretty nifty ideas myself just watching you work. Thanks so much for showing how you work.

  4. Yup, that was fragrance oil. For me, the trick was using just the right amount of glycerin. Too much and they don't firm. Too little and they turn to bricks! lol. Trial and error is the best teacher though. Just make smaller batches and don't be afraid to play around with it :0)

  5. when you started the video were you adding oil or fragrance to the dough base? hope you don't mind me asking. I would love to see a video of you making bubble bars from start to finish. I am struggling making these. thanks for sharing your vids. these turned out awesome looking

  6. I need one of those! It would make my life easier LOL!!! You're good just using the knife. I need to use the freezer paper. It's really nice

  7. Wow, they turned out BEAUTIFUL!! Thanks for sharing, it is always so fun to see you create lovely products! 🙂 Mel

  8. They dried in less than 24 hrs. Maybe try adding a bit more cornstarch or cream of tartat or whatever your "drying" ingredient is. That may help :0)

  9. The chemistry store should have some. I personally prefer SLSa b/c it's derived from coconut oil and is skin friendly.

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