Draw the Perfect Spooky Bath
There’s only 8 days until Halloween, so we are keeping it spooky before everyone decides to switch over to celebrating the winter holidays…
Since it has gotten quite chilly at night, I grabbed a Frosted Pumpkin bubble bar to draw up a bubble bath. If you want to have an autumn themed bath but are not into bubbles, give our Salted Caramel or color changing Mood bath bombs a try! Our Frosted Pumpkin bubble bar smells just like pumpkin spice and has a matching Frosted Pumpkin bar soap!
I split my bubble bar in half and saved the other half for later. If you don’t have great water pressure you might have to use the whole thing. The more water pressure, the more bubbles you will get in the end.
Next start crumbling your bubble bar under the running bath water. I like to use this mesh hand sieve so that no part of the bubble bar is left undissolved. The more that is dissolved under the running water, the more bubbles you will get. If you don’t have a hand sieve, I recommend taking your bubble bar and putting it in a zip bag and crushing it up really fine in the bag without making a mess, then you can just pour the powder slowly into the running water to get big bubbles!
After it has dissolved, you should have some good bubbles! If you want more bubbles, you can agitate the water with your hands to get some more.
To add to the spooky ambiance, get some candles and light them. Go the extra mile and grab a book. We recommend a classic like Frankenstein, or if you want something shorter, reach for some Edgar Allan Poe short stories or poems! Maybe you might just want to grab some Goosebumps by R.L. Stein from your childhood, we won’t judge—your bathtub should be your refuge.