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Out of Stock until April 26th.
Foaming Bath whip is such a wonderfully versatile product. Make a shaving soap, frosting for your bath bombs, a body meringue or a really easy scrub, all with this one amazing base.

See the Soap Queen blog for a great recipe on how to make a cinnamon sugar scrub.

Instructions: You can play with the foamy bath whip to achieve a whipped, soft soufflé-like consistency. The easiest method is to use a mixer and beat the Foaming Bath Whip like a cake batter. Or you can put your stick blender into the middle of it and beat until the volume increases. Add your fragrance, essential oils, or other additives during this whipping process. But don't over-beat it -- if you get the foaming butter much larger than double, you'll find that you have a collapsed soufflé!

Foaming Bath Whip will accept up to 5% fragrance or essential oils. We recommend usage levels of 1-2% of total weight. (this means that in 16 oz. of product, you will want 1/3 of an ounce of fragrance).

The pH of this foaming whip is very low (5.5) and is very mild to the skin.

Common Name:  Glycerin, Aqua/Water/Eau, Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Sorbitol, Propylene glycol, Disodium Lauryl sulfosuccinate, Stearic Acid, Salt, Germall Plus, Tetrasodium EDTA.
Botanical Name:  Glycerin, Aqua/Water/Eau, Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Sorbitol, Propylene glycol, Disodium Lauryl Sulfosuccinate, Stearic Acid, Sodium Chloride, Diazolidnyl Urea (and) Iodopropynl Butylcarbamate, Tetrasodium EDTA.


Average Rating:
(based on 15 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 15 Reviews:

by Crystal
on 4/12/2015
Good product, poor packaging
I bought this for whipped cupcake frosting and it did work very well, but it is packaged in a plastic bag, which makes getting all the product out very difficult. There is a LOT of waste. I wish it was packaged in a hard plastic deli container. That would be perfect and eliminate the waste. Regardless, the product is very good!
by Tami
on 3/20/2015
I love this as a face wash but...
I absolutely love this FBW as a face wash! Put some goodies in there and you have a creamy, light, exfoliating face wash. But I feel like I can never get this to fluff right :( I haven't been able to get the volume even close to double because I'm terrified of overwhipping and ruining a spendy base product. How long with a hand mixer and on what speed for an optimal volumizing effect???

Terah from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi Tami! I'm so glad you love our Foaming Bath Whip as a face wash! We recommend using a mixer on the low to medium setting depending on the mixer for a minute or less to fluff this whip up perfectly. See this process in our Rose Clay Sugar Scrub tutorial. I will email you personally to discuss this further.

by niccola
on 2/22/2015
awesome awesome!
I love love love this fbw its awesome and Im still trying new things. Im surprised it doesn't come in a larger quantity. I do have a few questions 1 what is the shelf life? 2 will adding honey or acv effect the shelf life. 3 basically what NOT to add to it when reselling so I won't have any mold issues with customers?

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Niccola!  The Foaming Bath Whip has a shelf life of one year.  Honey would not affect the shelf life as it doesn't really have a shelf life of its own.  The Apple Cider Vinegar also would not affect the shelf life, though it may separate when you try adding it to the bath whip.  In general, you can add any preserved liquids or acidic enough liquids (like the ACV) that they do not need a preservative.  You can also always add 1% extra preservative if adding an unpreserved liquid to your Foaming Bath Whip.  I will email you personally to discuss this further. 

by Trinity
on 2/15/2015
Is there another form of this or a from scratch recipe?

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Trinity!  We don't carry any other products like the Foaming Bath Whip.  We just love how easy it is to use and how many projects it can be used for! Though you can definitely create similar whipped textures from scratch like in our Easy Whipped Shea Butter tutorial.  I will email you personally to discuss this further. 

by LaKishia
on 2/14/2015
I would like to know if I used cream of tartar would this help harden the frosting to make it a little more stiff.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi LaKishia! I'm so glad you like our Foaming Bath Whip!  Though, I don't think cream of tartar on its own would help to make this product stiff.  In our Foaming Bath Whip Frosting tutorial we used a combination of Clear Melt and Pour, Liquid Glycerin, and Meringue Powder to stiffen it.  I will email you personally to discuss this further. 

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