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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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In addition to bringing our popular bubble bath back to the west coast, we worked closely with Rite Aid to develop the shampoo and body wash products which offer the same quality and value to consumers.
Today we wash more frequently and use more bubble bath and soaps than ever before," says consultant dermatologist Dr Michael Cork from Sheffield's Royal Hallamshire Hospital.
Packaged in a cranberry-colored fur line purse (great for New Year's Eve parties) this set features a refreshing cranberry scented body wash, bubble bath and body lotion.
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According to Dr Wilson, "It is important that we don't lose sight of the value bubble baths can play in making us feel sensual and special.
To hasten the healing, everything from homeopathic decongestants and wellness formulas as well as soothing bubble baths are in this sure-to-be appreciated basket.
Lib Dem MEP Chris Davies said: "If the price to be paid to end animal cruelty is that consumers do without yet another deodorant, or even bubblier bubble baths, then it is one worth paying.
Magic Johnson's name will be on a new line of upscale bubble baths from Kiehl's.
Finally, there's "A Day With Horses," a captivating chance to see newborn foals with wobbly legs, and watch horses take bubble baths.
Add the easygoing direction by the hit-and-miss Michael Lehmann (``Heathers,'' ``Hudson Hawk'') and the movie's nicely naughty centerpiece - a complete phone date involving violin serenades, bubble baths and the best first-time sex a man and a woman have ever had while in separate buildings - and you've got a movie that manages to be cute as kittens, just smart enough and really funny at the same time.
Iggy,'' the reader said, ``is paper-trained, has the run of the house, loves bubble baths and macaroni and cheese and sleeps with his own blanket, pillow and heating pad.