2017 Bubble Bath Day

Annual Fall

8th January

List of Bubble Bath Day dates by year

20188th JanuaryMonday
20198th JanuaryTuesday
20208th JanuaryWednesday
20218th JanuaryFriday
20228th JanuarySaturday
20238th JanuarySunday
20248th JanuaryMonday
20258th JanuaryWednesday
20268th JanuaryThursday
20278th JanuaryFriday

On a cold winters day, relaxing in a nice warm/hot bubble bath sounds like the perfect way to celebrate National Bubble Bath Day, which is celebrated annually on January 8th.

Bubble baths are so much fun. We wish everyday could be Bubble Bath Day. Today is a fun day to relax an enjoy the warm and soothing pleasures of a bubble bath.  Best of all, it can be enjoyed by kids and adults. For kids, it's playtime. For adults, it's soothing pleasure, and perhaps ....playtime.

On Bubble Bath Day, there are a couple of ways to enjoy your bubble bath. It depends upon how old you are.

Bubble Bath Day

For kids, it's simple.... Just fill the tub with bubbles and toys. Then hop in and play!

For the ladies, its time to relax! Fill the tub with bubbly water. Hop in and just enjoy the soothing water and bubbles. Before hoping in, set the mood with candles placed (safely) around the bathroom and tub. Add a music, playing softly on the sink counter.

For the guys: Don't feel left out! With permission, you can hop in, too! Get in touch with your feminine side, and make sure the candles are lit. You can relax and/or play. The proper sequence is relax, play, relax. We highly recommend both!

Prepare yourself a relaxing bubble bath. Use #BubbleBathDay to post on social media.




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