Foaming Bath Soak
Is there anything more pleasant than relaxing in a tub of warm, moisturizing water at the end of a long day?
I've developed a recipe that is moisturizing, but doesn't leave the tub slippery. However, during my, ahem, bathroom trials, I used WAAAAY too much, like 8 oz, and I and the tub were very slippery while in the tub, but the tub drained to be unslippery. What I'm trying to say is
USE CAUTION!! I usually stay in the tub until most of it is drained, then stand and exit. Then I smile, remembering how in my childhood I wanted my grandmother's tub--even though it had been boxed in, I knew there was something special about it. Then I grew up, moved to the mountains, and my old house
had a claw foot tub waiting for me. Thank you, Father.
Back to business...using any of these is not the same as taking a bath in perfume. As strong as they smell in the bottle, the fragrance will not be as strong in the tub, and it's the same story for the color. Your water
will not be purple or orange, and the legal dyes required to color the water can stain your tub. I don't want that for you, so I just make pretty in the bottle--lie back, close your eyes, and imagine the water looks like you're in the Maldives.
Want a special fragrance? Ask, as it might be possible.
Ingredients: Epsom salts, baking soda, citric acid, sea salt, corn starch, Slsa, sweet almond oil, fragrance, polysorbate 80, mica.