Bubble Bath Soaps
Everyone loves bubbles. From children to adults bubble bath soap is a fun way to get clean. Splashing around in the bathtub with bubbles is a great way to unwind and relax.
However, there have long been indications that bubble bath soap causes bladder and/or yeast infections. Bubble bath soap can also be an irritant to sensitive skin. With these factors in mind, it seems only reasonable to wonder if bubble bath soap is safe to use.
Bubble bath soap is safe to use but there are some brands that make be more likely to cause infections. There are also a few rules that can help prevent infections. First of all, when using bubble bath soap, you want to put a time limit on the bubble fun. Do not begin the bath with the bubbles. Complete the washing first and then add the bubble bath soap into the water. Make it a point to only spend about fifteen minutes in the tub with the bubbles.
If you are going to soak in bubble bath soap for longer than fifth- teen minutes, make sure that soaking is all you are doing. Never use bubble bath soap on the genital area. Drinking plenty of water is also a good idea when using bubble bath. This will help to flush out your body just in case there is some irritation from the bubble bath.
Choose bubble bath soap that is made with natural ingredients is a good idea. The fewer harsh chemicals in the bubble bath, the less chance there is of irritation or infection.
A bubble bath is a wonderful way to relax after a tough day. Children also are elated by bubble baths. The good news is that you and your children can take these baths without worry. By following a few simple rules, bubble baths can continue to be a part of your cleansing cycle.