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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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Teal's Foaming Bath offers a bubbly alternative to an Epsom salt bath, and they receive far more benefits than they would with typical bath salts or a bubble bath alone, according to the spokeswoman.
In addition to bubble bath, MZB's current product lineup encompasses bath gift sets and bath accessories.
"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.
"Of all the available bath products, bubble baths, which are highly fragranced, have the greatest potential to cause skin irritation, allergic skin reactions and headaches.
One of the latter units was devoted to children's items, including several bubble baths.
Try bubble baths, pedicures (the foot massaging effects of a pedicure are heavenly), chamomile tea and scented candles.
"They may not be able to afford to go to health spas, so they pamper themselves at home with luxurious bubble baths."
The company's line of children's products includes bath foam soaps, bubble baths, lip balms, bath tizzies and character bath poufs.
Liquid bubble baths continued to be the most popular product type accounting for 30.6% of dollar sales in the bath and shower category last year ($27.2 million), up by 5% from $25.9 million in 1991.