Bubble Bar tutorial!

Bubble bars, who doesn’t love them, right?  My first attempt at bubble bars was not a good one. It wasn’t the worst but I took it badly. I like to put a lot of love and emotion into my work, so when they didn’t come out the way they were supposed to, I cried. They worked fine, but my presentation was not on point. During my frustration my business partner with the blog let me know about a recipe you could purchase that had high success rates. So, instead of me throwing money away, I purchased it, and I have to say, worth every damn penny. She worked hard to perfect it, and I just did not want to put that much work into something that was already perfection, I wanted to start pumping them out, especially since they were in such high demand. Below is a tutorial I made of making them, but not the recipe, it is copy righted and legally I can’t share it but I did get permission to make this video and am not being paid by anyone to make it. I also bought the kit for making bubble bars from Two Wild Hares so I wouldn’t have to overthink that process. Soap Queen has a free recipe, there are a lot but she also sells a kit to make a small one. Ingredients and non ingredient list below, measurements will have to be purchased or check out Soap Queen, my recommendation is Two Wild Hares. Pictured are the bubble bars I made, colorants and fragrance oils from Brambleberry.

  1. Space
  2. Gloves
  3. Stand mixer
  4. Wax paper
  5. Bowls
  6. Scale
  7. Rolling pin
  8. Ice cream scoop
  9. Knife
  10. Ruler

 

 

  • Liquid Glycerin
  • Castor Oil
  • Fragrance or Essential oil
  • Baking Soda
  • Cream of Tartar
  • Modified Tapioca Powder
  • SLSA (Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate)
  • Glitter (optional)
  • Corn Starch (optional)
  • Cocoa butter

 

 

I got the recipe from Two Wild Hares.

I got my fragrance oils and colorants from Brambleberry.