DIY Essential Oil Bubble Bath - Wild Orange and Rose

May 17, 2016

Essential Oil Bubble Bath DIY Recipe by Edens Garden

At some point in the day, we all need a break. For many of us ladies and gents, there’s no better way to spend a break than a trip to the spa. And for those of us who don’t have the time nor the resources to take daily spa trips, try turning your very own bathroom into a spa. Simply shut the door, light a few candles, turn on the diffuser, pop in your favorite essential oil, and run a warm bath. But how do you make a bath spa-like? Give your bath a boost with our luxurious DIY Essential Oil Bubble Bath! 

This bubble bath mix uses Wild Orange and Rose Absolute. Wild Orange is rich with robust antioxidants, promotes overall well being and stabilizes health while also stimulating the senses. Rose Absolute has a rich, sweet, floral and slightly-herbaceous aroma, and is beloved for its skin nourishing properties. 

What you need:

1 oz. Water

4 tsp. Liquid Castille Soap

2 tsp. Coconut Oil

Pinch of Sea Salt

5 drops Sweet Orange

5 drops Rose Absolute

Details, Details:

  1. Combine Liquid Castille Soap, Coconut Oil, Sea Salt and water.
  2. Add in essential oils, and mix thoroughly.
  3. Run a warm bath, and add in your Essential Oil Bubble Bath, until you reach your desired amount of bubbles!

Note: This product has a 1 week shelf life. Refrigeration is recommended for storage. 

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  • Edens Garden says...

    Hi Fonda! In searching for an answer to your question, we found a thicker bubble bath recipe which we like better, and have since changed the recipe above as a result. We hope you enjoy!

    On April 20, 2017

  • Fonda says...

    Can this bubble bath recipe be “thickened” up at all? It is the consistency of water – as that is the main ingredient.

    On April 18, 2017

  • dottie says...

    You mean bath salts … you break down oils for bath?

    On June 21, 2016

  • Edens Garden says...

    Hi Emily! We recommend diluting essential oils before adding them to a bath. Oil and water do not mix, and thus, the oil is likely to touch your skin undiluted. With that said, we recommend a 1% dilution rate when using essential oils in baths.

    1% dilution = 5-6 drops of essential oil per ounce of carrier

    The best base to dilute essential oils in for baths is salt and 1 tbsp. of carrier oil.

    On June 08, 2016

  • Edens Garden says...

    Hi lively4JESUS! Fractionated Coconut oil is Coconut oil that remains in liquid form, since it naturally hardens. Liquid castille soap is a common and simple soap that generally does not contain harmful ingredients.

    On June 08, 2016

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