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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NEW YORK -- The new approach to bathing is reflected by a waning of sales of bubble bath and traditional bath fragrances.
Blackpool coroner Samuel Lee has opened and adjourned inquests into the bizarre deaths of Barbara Dare, 80, and Ada Yates, 92, who had been given novelty bottles of bubble bath as festive gifts.
The company has been selling a line of Sesame Street bubble baths since 1985, and it is actively exploring additional licensed characters.
Bath sundries dollar sales(*) % dollar Market Dollar volume change Category share (millions) from 1991 Bubble baths, liquid 30.
Lander 3-in-1, a product that combines a bubble bath, a body wash and shampoo.
Father Danny McLoughlin, spokesman for the Catholic Church in Scotland, declined to comment on the bubble bath.
The products will ship in October, and will be supported promotionally during the launch with trial-size shampoo and bubble bath combinations.
Director of product development Katherine Magna notes that the children's bubble bath segment is growing briskly, enabling MZB to double its sales in the last three years.
The approach appears to be working well for MZB: Its Cars bubble bath posted a sales increase of more than 38% to become the No.
Lynn reflected with a grin: "Not everyone gets a year's supply of bubble bath in one go.
Many of our customers are looking for ways to bring little luxuries into their daily lives, whether that's a half an hour of yoga, a bubble bath, or a special treat for their pet," said Kal Raman, President and CEO of drugstore.
We're striving to grow the bubble bath segment and increase retailers' profits through new product development and promotions.