What is a Jelly Bath? It's exactly what it sounds like--a bath additive that thickens the water to a consistency something like half-set jello. The maker claims it to be as cozy as a "bath blanket" that keeps bath water warm for up to 2 1/2 hour.
Are you interested in learning how to make this unique product? Well, Go Planet Earth has provided very simple instruction on how to make your very own Bath Jelly.
In order to make this product, you will need the following supplies: 1/2 cup melted transparent melt and pour soap (You can also substitute the melt and pour with a liquid shower gel), 2 cups boiling water, 1 envelope Knox brand unflavored gelatin, 1/2 oz Germaben II (a preservative that prevents mold and available from many online supply companies), 1/4 to 1/2 ounce fragrance oil, Water based soap color, several small containers (i.e. empty yogurt containers, or plastic baby food tubs).
The author states you need the perservative if you won't be using the bath jelly within a few weeks. I believe that Germaben II may be a perservative that contains parabens. You may want to select a preservative that does not contain parabens such as germall. Or the author suggests adding a couple teaspoons of Vodka (yes, the kind you drink) will also help prevent mold.