18 Reviews

This stuff is incredible!! I used the Wal-Mart Equate version of Dove moisturizing body wash and lavender oil. Used only about 2 T in a tub with jets..the bubbles were thick and incredible and it smelled SO great. Thanks so much, Pets'R'us for sharing! I can't wait to try your other recipes!

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LonghornMama December 23, 2004

Love it! Used Honeysuckle ess. oil. Yummy!

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Little Bunny Fufu July 16, 2004

I used castille soap and sweet almond oil in place of the olive oil. I made two gift baskets and made one of these for me as well. I actually like the look of the clear glass bottle when it separates. This was great and added to my new hobby !

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Valerie in Florida April 22, 2004

Thanks for this great recipe. I've only tried it the first time today, but I love the idea. My skin on my legs is bumpy b/c I'm too dry... I'm certain that this formula will help from the outside, at least!. I combined it with Avene fig and shea body wash, and added a drop of lavender to the bath.

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Chef Pollo April 18, 2012

I love it too! I have used vanilla shower gel, vanilla scented jojoba oil and vanilla extract for fragance. It smells wonderful and feels great in skin. Thank you for the recipe.

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h3st3r April 10, 2009

This is great! I just took a bath and am so relaxed I can hardly type, LOL! I used Suave shower gel. It was white and looked like conditioner (for $1 from dollar store). It didn't bubble unless I used the whirlpool, but it feels very nice. I also bought some glass oil and vinegar bottles that looked like bee hives. It looks so pretty in there, even when it separates. I will give these as Christmas gifts to my kids' teachers. I used some almond oil and strawberry/melon fragrance. Smells heavenly! This might make a bath believer out of me. This made it into my book#234006. Thanks!

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WI Cheesehead December 30, 2008

I still can't believe I made something this awesome. Seriously. I used coconut milk powder because I didn't have the normal stuff, and halved the oil. I also had no essential oils, but this stuff still smells fantastic. I love, love, love it! I'll try to post some pictures soon. :) A++!

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CookingTimeForMe December 22, 2007

I knew this would be a winner before I even tried it! How, with all these nice, nourishing ingredients could it not be!!!! I made this up with my own liquid soap and scented it with Sandalwood and Patchouli. My glass container only held 1-3/4 cup, so I used the rest in my bath. I definately had bubbles and I was definately slippery. (I would not recommend using that much, lol!!!) What it did leave me with was nice soft, scented skin. Excellent posting, Pets'R'us!!

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Abby Girl July 31, 2007

Fantastic. Utterly fanastic. I used to make a similar one since I was a little girl. Thanks for posting

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Jane Gib March 15, 2007

Thank you and my skin thanks you! I used a little almond extract in place of the essential oils. I poured into tiny glass milk bottles. It looks so cute in the bathroom.

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tbean1 December 10, 2006
Milk and Honey Bubble Bath