bubble bath


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bubble bath

A bath in which the water contains many small bubbles produced mechanically as by an air pump or chemically by bubble bath preparations.

CAUTION!

Perfumes used in bubble baths may cause cystitis, skin irritation, and vaginitis, esp. in children.
See also: bath
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