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Green Mango Bubble Bath

All you will need to make Green Mango Bubble Bath

All you will need to make Green Mango Bubble Bath

I have been working on my Spring cleaning. I know, I know, It’s summer! But with all the craziness life has to offer me I find myself in a never ending loop of cleaning. The other day I happened to be going through some of the fragrances I have lying around the blog kitchen. I picked up Green Mango and gave it a sniff. My nostrils were sent into a frenzy, I forgot how amazing this fragrance oil smelled. This tropical blend of mango, peach, coconut, melon and berry has a twist of orange and a splash of spruce. I thought it would be the perfect fragrance for a summer time bubble bath!

Ingredients
Bubble Bath Base
Green Mango Fragrance Oil
Equipment
Scale
Microwave Safe Container
Spoons
Pipettes


Recipe:

Recipe in Grams
3628.8 grams Bubble Bath Base
28.35 grams Green Mango Fragrance Oil
Recipe in Ounces
128 ounces Bubble Bath Base
1 ounces Green Mango Fragrance Oil
Recipe in Percentages
99% Bubble Bath Base
1% Green Mango Fragrance Oil

To make this recipe, simply pour a whole one ounce bottle of Green Mango Fragrance Oil into the gallon jug of Bubble bath base. Replace the cap, and shake it like there is no tomorrow! I used one of our Pumps for the One Gallon Jug to pump the bubble bath base into one ounce bottles. Next I got Shayla from our Label Department to make us some cute yet simple labels to go on the outside. Now, wasn’t that easy?

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