- 1/4 cup natural dish soap (We recommend Seventh Generation brand!)
- 1 tsp glycerin
- 1 cup of filtered water
- 5-10 drops natural food coloring (optional)
- 25 drops of your favorite fragrance oil. We recommend: Banana Creamy, Pineapple Or Apple!
- In a glass jar combine the soap, glycerin, fragrance oil and food coloring (optional). Stir the mixture thoroughly to combine.
- Add the water and gently stir to mix everything. This may suds up a little, but you want to avoid sudsing or your bubbles won’t be as strong.
- Store at room temperate and use liberally for lots of bubbly fun!
About Us At Eternal Essence Oils, we felt our product was going to represent us and the quality we give, to you, our customer. So, we continue to research and source new products that meet our customers’ growing needs. Our mission is to supply the finest products without breaking the bank.
- We’re proud to offer over 90 of the foremost and leading Fragrance Oils that conform to IFRA standards without breaking the bank.
- Eternal Essence Oils are designed for use in cosmetics and are perfect for adding personalized scents to:
- Soaps, lotions, creams
- Hair care and body care products
- Cleaning products, room sprays, laundry, linens, and aroma diffusers
- Our Fragrance oils are synthetically compounded from aroma chemicals; these scents are rich, complex, and long lasting. Personalize any of your products or add an Eternal Essence Oil to spice up your current favorite fragrance. Create a scent that is simply yours.
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