Monday, February 7, 2011

Valentines Solid Bubble Bath Bars

Here is another fun and cute Valentine's day Bath Project that can be made for your sweetie. This recipe for Valentines Solid Bubble Bath Bars from Lovin' Soap is very interesting. First of all it uses arrowroot powder instead of baking powder. I have never used arrowroot powder so I do not know how well it works in a bath fizzy recipe. Second of all, the recipe asks for a SLSa and a liquid surfactant. I have not used these either but SLS is a Sodium Lauryl Sulfate but I do know what the a after it is? Anyone know?

If you like to create these bath treats and would like to see how they are made, then you may want to watch the instruction clip that Lovin' Soap includes with the instructions.

1 comment:

Snippy said...

SLSa is Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate