DIY Non Toxic Bubbles recipe fun summer activity your kids will love featuring healthy and safe onGuard hand wash

This four-ingredient homemade bubbles recipe is as fun to make as it is to play with! Your children will be begging to make this fun activity that includes all-natural ingredients, including doTERRA On Guard® Foaming Hand Wash. This bubbles recipe will also clean their hands, keep them safe from environmental threats*, and cleanse the air.

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Ingredients for homemade DIY Scented Bubbles

Instructions for homemade scented Bubbles

  1. Combine all ingredients and stir.
  2. Make your own wand or reuse old bubble wands, then head outside and blow bubbles!

Store bubbles mixture in an air-tight container for up to one month.

 Tip: Make your own wand with pipe cleaners, wire, or a pipet. To make a pipet wand, cut off the end of the bulb of a plastic pipet, then dip the cut end in the solution and blow through the narrow end.

doTERRA OnGuard Foaming Hand Wash is a gentle, healthy alternative to harsh soaps that may dry and irritate sensitive skin.

Features:

  • Gentle cleansers and emollients clean and soften hands throughout the day without drying or irritating sensitive skin
  • doTERRA On Guard Foaming Hand Wash is pH balanced to protect the delicate moisture barriers of the skin
  • The spice and citrus aromas of doTERRA On Guard invigorate the senses during and after use
  • The power of doTERRA On Guard essential oils enhances the cleansing function to take it to a new level and set it apart from other commercially branded products


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