DIY Chocolate Bubble Bath

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Posted November 30, 2011 by peta2 staff

I wanted to give y’all a seasonal beauty recipe this week, and the first thing that popped into my head was chocolate! It actually came to me as I was eating a chocolate chip cookie—true story.

I’ve always been a huge fan of soaking in the tub—but bathing in warm, yummy-smelling sudsies in the fall and winter months is really what I’m all about! Mmm, I’m feelin’ toasty and relaxed just thinkin’ about a nice, soothing bubble bath. Here’s a recipe for one of my faves.

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Chocolate Bubble Bath
1/3 cup unsweetened soy milk
1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
1 cup unscented liquid bubble bath

  • Heat (but do not boil) the soy milk and cocoa powder and stir until blended. Let cool.
  • Add the bubble bath and stir.
  • Pour the entire batch into the tub. Enjoy!

What’s your favorite kind of bubble bath? Please share with us in the comments section below!

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  • 1192 days ago

    gonna give this a try. i looks like it is gonna smell great!

  • 1251 days ago

    do you know that if you were to make this and then put it in a jar if it would keep for a month or so? thinking of making it a present

  • 1270 days ago

    I ♥ chocolate!

  • 1270 days ago

    AWESOME!

  • 1270 days ago

    lol that sounds like it would smell good

  • 1270 days ago

    I haven’t taken a bubble bath in a lonnnng time! What are some vegan brands for bubbles? ^.^

    • 1270 days ago

      Not sure about vegan, but I know that Avon bubble baths aren’t tested on animals and smell delicious! They actually have a chocolate one :)

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