Homemade Honey Vanilla Bubble Bath

Homemade Honey Vanilla Bubble Bath

That familiar chill is in the air. The days are getting shorter and the weather is taking a turn. I don’t know about you, but winter is probably my least favorite season. Once I get that chill in my bones, I can’t seem to shake it. It’s really a miserable time of year for me, but I’ve found a couple of things that make me feel a little bit better about the deep freeze.

First of all, I try to keep myself in good spirits with yoga to beat the winter blues, and over this past weekend I’ve found my newest cure for the winter doldrums— bubble baths! I’ve always got a million things going on and I try to convince myself that I don’t have the time to soak in the tub. Honestly, I’ve been fooling myself and I’ve been wasting precious time that I could have been using to relax and recharge my battery. You guys, we really- and I do mean REALLY- need to take the time to relax. Relaxation should be on all of our to-do lists (everyday) without exception.

There’s almost nothing in the world that is more relaxing than melting into a warm bath. Seriously. I took some time on Sunday to whip up this homemade bubble bath recipe, and I totally just slipped away. The hint of vanilla in this recipe gives your bath water the most subtle and relaxing scent, while the light oil, honey, and egg white moisturizes your skin. It’s amazing! I dare you not to add this bubble bath into your spa days at home routine!
Homemade Honey Vanilla Bubble Bath

Homemade Honey Vanilla Bubble Bath


  • 1/2 cup light almond oil
  • 1/4 cup honey
  • 1/2 cup mild liquid hand or body soap (Dr. Bronner’s is my fave)
  • 1 egg white
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract


  • Combine all the ingredients in a glass bottle
  • Pour about 1/4 to 1/2c of the mixture under running bath water
  • Store any remaining bubble bath mixture in the refrigerator for up to a week

Source: Honey Vanilla Bubble Bath Recipe | Hello Glow

4 thoughts on “Homemade Honey Vanilla Bubble Bath

    1. Hey, Melanie!!! You should make it anyway! You can use any other light oil that you have on hand. It’s cold and rainy here too. A nice warm soak is a total life saver.

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