I’m a little obsessed with cupcakes of all sorts. I recently spent too much time trying to backwards engineer bath cupcakes. I was successful. Click here for directions on how to make bath cupcakes.
Last night, I took a bath with the PichPosh Solid Bubble Bath cupcake. Though they have many fragrances to choose from, I did the Vanilla based standby, Angel Food Cake. The Bath Cupcake itself is a heavy weighted dense confection. It must weigh about 8 ounces. It is colorful and feels like a decadent delight.
After 3 minutes of fizzing, the solid bubble bath was awash in color and foam.
Yes, those are real sprinkles. I know because I tasted them. They almost covered up the strange taste of the sodium lauryl sulfate.
After 10 minutes, there was still a sizeable chunk of bath cupcake. I was impressed with the staying power of this bath sundry.
20 minutes later, it was still a decadent delight as it fizzed and fizzed and bubbled and toiled and troubled. It was a bath bubble machine. Like most bubble baths, the bubbles dissipated without constant stirring and water interaction but big $9 chunk kept going for over 20 minutes.
After 20 minutes, the party-in-a-cupcake had almost fizzled out and all that was left was a chunk of the bottom and a substantial amount of the top (due to the protection the sprinkles lent the no-exposed-fizzy muffin top).
Though I don’t love sitting in SLS for a prolonged period of time because of SLS’s reputed drying properties, this was a fun product and a good value – 20 minutes of bubble party is nothing to sneeze at.
They were very cute to look at and the staying power was amazing – 20 minutes for a bath fizzy type product is unheard of in my experience.
Can’t wait to try and make these. How fun are they!