Washing your dog is an extreme sport. And that’s not just because some dogs (like certain human kids) hate baths. It’s more because dogs love to play and splash about. So for many of them, bath-time is an exciting water game that ends up with everything soaked in suds! Using the right bath tub makes
The trickiest part of making bath bombs is safely getting the bombs out of their molds. You need these fizzy products to hold their shape and not crack or crumble before they hit your bathwater. Keeping your bath bombs solid depends on two factors: recipes and molds. The recipe needs to be dry enough to
Using fancy products can transform a basic bath into a luxurious home spa experience. But those products are expensive! Luckily, you can reproduce each one at home for less than $10! Between Dollar Tree hauls and online orders, you can simulate tons of DIY bath products. So let’s look at 33 things you can do
Washing your dog is a stressful but necessary part of being a furrent. And just your like human children, it defies logic. They love splashing in public pools, swampy bogs, or even impromptu puddles of mud. But an actual bathtub with suds and soap? That means war! Making bathtime fun and playful can be helpful
DIY bath products leave you feeling pretty and pampered without draining your wallet. And many of these products have similarities. Bath fizzies can be bath bombs. And shower steamers can be bath melts. But there are some slight differences within the overlaps. Bombs, fizzies, and steamers all use essential oils and carrier oils that are
In some places, when you have a baby vaginally, you’re offered a sitz or salt bath to help your healing. Doctors may advise you to sit in it several times a day. These kinds of baths can also be a soothing rear-end remedy for hemorrhoids, enemas, prostate checks, or colonoscopies. Sitz baths are an immense
Making soap is a fun but practical activity. Kids love playing with the bubbles and pretty colors. Plus, once they’re done, they’ll happily jump into the bathtub or shower to try out their new creations. But adults enjoy DIY soap jellies too! So here are some recipes to try. Some pro tips before we begin.
What’s the difference between bubbles, froth, foam, and fizz? Mainly, size. Fizz is the fine effervescence you get from seltzers and soda pop while bubbles are the larger kind that kids blow with bubble makers. Froth and foam are in the middle and have similar consistencies. But froth is mostly used to describe beer while
Letting your kids be creative is a good tactic. It helps them discover artistic talents and grow into healthier, more confident humans. But cleaning up their scrawl off the walls is enough to make anyone regret their parenting. The fun but affordable solution? DIY bath crayons! These homemade soaps make bath time far more playful.