I think it’s safe to say that bubble bath is something most of us enjoy using no matter our age. Sure, our first introduction to bubble bath was likely when we were a child, but it is something that can continue to be used throughout life whenever we’re feeling like we need a little boost in our bathing routine.
And, if you have never experienced something as magical as a bubble bath, head over to your nearest drugstore, pick some up, and get in the tub.
Better yet, grab some of Dr. Teal’s Foaming Bath with Pure Epsom Salt and Lavender. It’s pretty good shit.
As much as I love me a good old bubble bath, I’m a little leery to have them sometimes because of the possibility of developing a Urinary Tract Infection. Scented bath products and a woman’s vagina don’t exactly go hand in hand, and depending on the quality of the products you’re using, a Urinary Tract Infection might make an unwelcome visit in your life. Hence why I mentioned picking up some of Dr. Teal’s lavender bubble bath; I’ve used it a handful of times and I have yet to experience any protest from my lady bits.
The bottle claims that this product will soothe the body to encourage a better nights sleep, nourish the skin, and gently cleanse. I’m not exactly sure whether or not I can confirm if these three claims occur every time I use the stuff, but it is certainly relaxing and pleasantly bubbly.
Made in the U.S., this bubble bath is available at most drugstores, and I think there may be other scents available if lavender isn’t your thing. It’s reasonably priced for how much you get, and I have no complaints about it. Throw some in your next bath and wait for the magic to happen.