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A warm bubble bath in the cold season is pure wellness. Dull thoughts and cold feet disappear in the twinkling of an eye. The warm water loosens the muscles, joints and back are relieved. The bubble bath itself is not so old yet, its history only began in the 20th century. Originally they washed themselves in brooks and lakes, until the Greeks and Romans discovered the bath houses for themselves. The development of synthetic surfactants in 1960 resulted in the first foam bath. Until then, baths were still foamed with soap.

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Honest Calming Lavender Hypoallergenic Bubble Bath with Naturally Derived Botanicals, Dreamy Lavender, 12 Fluid Ounce
  • Plant-based, hypoallergenic gentle and mild bath with super-foaming bubbles cleanses the entire body from head to toe
  • Tear-free formula - perfectly gentle for babies
  • Bath time has never been more fun, thanks to our extra-bubbly formula
  • Lavender essential oil calms & relaxes - perfect for a dreamy bedtime routine
  • Made without: SLS, sulfates, parabens, synthetic fragrances, dyes, formaldehyde donors, MEA, DEA, or TEA

Drugstore articles: Foam bath Video Guide

The foam is produced by synthetic surfactants, which are combined with different colour and fragrance substances and contained in foam baths. If the foam bath is added to the tub under running water or if the bath water is moved, these surfactants ensure the formation of a foam blanket. The foam lays on the water like a protective layer and allows it to cool down more slowly. In addition, it ensures that less dirt and soap are deposited in the tub. Not only adults love foam baths, children are also more easily motivated to take a bath. With bath additives such as essential oils, flower or herbal extracts, you can prepare your own individual pampering bath.













Foam baths are usually liquid or viscous and contain water and surfactants as their main components. These washing-active substances are not only responsible for foam formation, but also for body cleansing and refreshment. However, they have the disadvantage that they degrease the skin and consequently dry it out. Accordingly, their care effect is lower than that of active agents and oil baths. To counteract this, caring and moisturising substances are added to the foam baths. This in turn can impair foam formation. When choosing the foam bath, the scent often plays a role. Essential oils, which are frequently used in aroma baths, are usually responsible for the fragrances. These can of course be obtained from lavender, mandarins, limes, lemons, lemon balm or eucalyptus, but can also be produced chemically. For example, hops are said to have a calming effect and eucalyptus is said to be effective against colds. However, the effect does not occur with chemically produced fragrances. Some foam baths also contain caring ingredients for different skin types. For example, almond and olive oil are quickly absorbed by the skin because they resemble natural skin oils. Olive oil also contains a lot of vitamin B5. While melissa, for example, is good for irritated skin, honey and essential oils make dry and sensitive skin more supple.

Even if foam baths are a blessing, you should not overdo it and the bath duration should not exceed 15 minutes. A longer bath leads to a strong degreasing of the skin and leaches it out, despite essential oils. Depending on the desired effect, the water temperature may vary slightly. If it’s all about relaxation, temperatures between 36 and 38 degrees are ideal. Temperatures between 28 and 34 degrees are ideal for a refreshing swim. If you want a strong foam formation, give the foam bath at the beginning of the water inlet into the bath water. If it is to be less luxuriant, add it towards the end of the watercourse. By the way, the best bath time is supposed to be 21 o’clock.

With all the bathing fun there are a few things to consider. A cold bath can be helpful if you don’t have a fever. Foam baths are also not recommended for antibiotic therapy. People with vein problems should pay attention to a short bath duration and not too hot bath temperatures. A maximum water temperature of 34 degrees is advisable for pregnant women and seniors should only bathe 1-2 times a week. Basically, the tub should not be too full, as the heart and circulation are heavily strained. In addition, as soon as you begin to freeze, you should leave the tub immediately. The bath additives are best selected on the basis of their effect.

TOP 5 Foam bath Bestseller

Honest Calming Lavender Hypoallergenic Bubble Bath with Naturally Derived Botanicals, Dreamy Lavender, 12 Fluid Ounce
  • Plant-based, hypoallergenic gentle and mild bath with super-foaming bubbles cleanses the entire body from head to toe
  • Tear-free formula - perfectly gentle for babies
  • Bath time has never been more fun, thanks to our extra-bubbly formula
  • Lavender essential oil calms & relaxes - perfect for a dreamy bedtime routine
  • Made without: SLS, sulfates, parabens, synthetic fragrances, dyes, formaldehyde donors, MEA, DEA, or TEA
Aura Cacia Aromatherapy Foam Bath, Peaceful Patchouli and Sweet Orange, 14 ounce jar
  • Aura Cacia's Peaceful Patchouli & Sweet Orange transports you back in time with the free-spirited combination of earth-connecting patchouli and uplifting sweet orange essential oils
Bath & Body Works Aromatherapy Stress Relief - Eucalyptus + Spearmint Body Wash & Foam Bath, 10 Fl Oz
  • Aromatherapy Body Wash Stress Relief - Eucalyptus Spearmint
  • Eucalyptus Essential Oil clears the mind to improve concentration. Spearmint Essential Oil is uplifting and helps the mind to focus.
  • Breathe deeply for best results
  • Fragranced with essential oils and other natural fragrances
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Dr. Teal's Foaming Bath, Soothe & Sleep with Lavender 34 fl oz by Dr. Teal's
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Dr. Teal's Foaming Bath, Eucalyptus Spearmint, 32 Fl Oz (Pack of 2)
  • Relaxes your body and relieves your mind
  • Pack of 2 34 oz bottles
  • Nourishes your skin and your senses
  • Long lasting bubbles gently cleanse
  • Relax and relief
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