10 Best Bubble Baths (Our Selection for 2020)

by Pratima Ati
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We all deserve to pamper ourselves with a bubble bath at the end of a long day. One long bubble bath can reduce your stress, rejuvenate you, and get you going for the next few days. So, don’t listen to anyone who tells you that bubble baths are for kids. Sure, it’s easier for them to take off and jump right in, but it should be just as easy for us grown-ups too.

Do you always have to spend an obnoxious amount of money on a bubble bath? The answer is a resounding ‘no’. We have a list of the best bubble baths that check the boxes for everyone. Let’s see what they are?

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Fresh Rice Sake BathCheck Price
Kneipp Herbal Bath OilCheck Price
Deep Steep Coconut Oil Bubble BathCheck Price
Honest Calming Lavender Hypoallergenic Bubble BathCheck Price
Lush Cosmetics Milky BathCheck Price
The Ritual Of Dao Bath FoamCheck Price
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L’Occitane Verbena Foaming BathCheck Price

10 Best Bubble Baths You Need To Try Out Right Now

1. Antica Farmacista

Antica’s bubble bath is loaded with the goodness of honey, aloe vera, green tea, and jojoba oil – all of which give you a very calming bath experience and help you blow off some steam. The formula produces soft and near-perfect lather and bubbles that don’t fizzle out or leave you with just soapy water. Soak in the beautiful fragrance of the suds that nourish, soothe, and leave your skin feeling silky soft.

Pros
  • Smells great
  • Long-lasting bubbles
  • Lathers well
Cons

None

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2. Fresh Rice Sake Bath

Sake has started to take up a significant share in the Asian beauty market, and bubble baths infused with it are a hot favorite. It takes inspiration from the Japanese tradition and is considered ahead of the trend. If you are looking for a bubble bath foam that leaves you tingling, sensuous, and fully refreshed – which is what all of us need every few days – this bubble bath is for you. It contains 38% real sake, pine, and pure ginger extracts along with peach and apricot that stabilize your breath pattern, relax your muscles, and leave you smelling great.

Pros
  • Smells great
  • Natural and potent ingredients
  • Gives a spa-like experience
Cons
  • Expensive

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3. Kneipp Herbal Bath Oil

Kneipp Herbal Bath Oil is loaded with lavender oil, which is everyone’s go-to essential oil. All you need are just are a few drops of this incredibly relaxing oil in your bath to bring you back to your senses. Go a few steps further and pick this bubble bath oil that fills your tub with a gorgeous shade of blue – giving you color therapy and a spa-like experience.

Pros
  • Vegan
  • Free of mineral oils and parabens
  • All-natural ingredients
Cons

None.

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[Read: How To Make Olive Oil Body Wash At Home? ]

4. Deep Steep Coconut Oil Bubble Bath

Deep Steep’s bubble bath is known for its organic bubble bath ingredients that help you unwind. The essential oils it contains fortify your skin while nourishing it. The coconut oil variant is made with organic and natural coconut oil and combined with shea butter, argan oil, and aloe vera. It is deeply moisturizing and relaxing – perfect for winters.

Pros
  • Free of sulfates and parabens
  • Made with organic coconut oil
  • Works even with hard water
Cons
  • It does not have a smell.

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5. Honest Calming Lavender Hypoallergenic Bubble Bath

This Honest bubble bath is perfect for a quick bath before bed during the week. This lavender bubble bath is tear-free and incredibly gentle on the skin. So, it works even if you have ultra-sensitive skin.

Pros
  • Suitable for all skin types
  • Free of sulfates, parabens, and chemicals
  • Hypoallergenic
Cons

None.

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6. Algemarin Relaxing Foam Bath

For the ultimate relaxing experience, try the Algemarin Relaxing Foam Bath. It is enriched with skin-loving marine nutrients that are rarely found in your average bubble bath. The fresh, seaside fragrance is a nice touch, transporting you straight to the beach as soon as you step inside your tub.

Pros
  • Contains mineral-rich sea algae
  • Pleasant fragrance
  • Long-lasting bubbles
Cons
  • Bulky packaging

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[ Read: 15 Best Bath Bombs To Try Out In 2020]

7. The Ritual Of Dao Bath Foam

The Rituals Of Dao is built on the Yin and Yang philosophy and focuses on bringing out the Yin in you. This bath foam offers ultimate relaxation and forms soft, silky, and smooth bubbles while enticing you with its fragrance. It contains green tea, white lotus, and Yi yi ren (a traditional Chinese ingredient).

Pros
  • One bottle lasts for at least 10 sessions
  • Smells great
  • Silky and soft bubbles
Cons

None.

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8. MOA Fortifying Bath Potion

De-stress your mind, body, and soul with this fortifying bath potion. It gives you great relief from fatigue and pain after a long day. It is a highly potent balm that is a refreshing blend of peppermint, fennel, and sweet birch – all of which ease your muscles.

Pros
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Suitable for all skin types
  • Free of SLS and parabens
Cons

None

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9. The Body Shop British Rose Foam

Jump into a bed of roses with this foam and fully indulge in its goodness. This rose bubble bath is gentle, smells great, and leaves you wanting more. Stock up this bottle, and add a little of this foam to your bath every time you want to be transported to a spa.

Pros
  • Free of gluten and silicones
  • Smells great
Cons
  • The bubbles don’t last long

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10. L’Occitane Verbena Foaming Bath

The L’Occitane Foaming Bath is formulated using verbena extract, which is a unique ingredient in body baths. Combined with essential oils, coconut oil, and palm oil, it can help you relax while drenching you in a zesty lemon fragrance.

Pros
  • The fresh and zesty fragrance
  • Nourishing and moisturizing formula
Cons

None

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I don’t know about you, but I want to stop everything I’m doing right now and jump right into my tub filled with bubbles. Remember, there’s nothing a revitalizing bath cannot fix!

Are you a fan of bubble baths? Do you have any favorites? Let us know by dropping a text in the comments section below.

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Pratima Ati

After working in Marketing and Business Development for a few years, Pratima Ati jumped ship to pursue two things she loved – fashion and writing. She’s now a full-time Fashion & Lifestyle writer and has never looked back ever since. She sleeps early, reads often, and when she can't, she finally gives a closure to all the characters living in her drafts. Sometimes, they pass off as poetry too! That, and her training in Indian classical music and playing (learning) the veena keep her sane, civil, and bearable.
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