Bigger bubble baths
- Products lather better
- Less scum means more bubbles
- Use fewer products and save money
With softened water, all products will lather better, which results in glorious bubbles from your basin to your bubble bath. Enjoy even more bubbles, with even less product.
Those bubbles you see in the adverts seem impossible to achieve. Are you forever pouring bubble bath into the running tap and not getting anywhere close?
Whether you want to relax with candles or give the kids some bubbles to bathe in, no amount of product will give you the lather you desire in hard water. The minerals just don’t lend themselves to creating beautiful bubbles.
Harvey Water™ will give you bountiful bubbles to play with, experience an endless supply in your bath, washing up bowl and sink. Softened water doesn’t have the minerals that reduce lather, so you are left with lovely light soapy bubbles and you will use even less product, so make those baths more than just a treat.
Bathtime is such a precious time. Whether you’re relaxing with some well deserved me-time, spending time with your little ones or simply trying to get everyone clean before bed, getting the most out of your bathtime can have really positive effects on your wellbeing. Here at Harvey™, we know how precious bathtime is and that’s why we’ve created our Bathtime Hub, a selection of articles, tips and advice to help you get more out of your bath.
How to save money on your bubble baths
Baths are better when you have lots of bubbles! But achieving a tub full of dreamy bubbles shouldn’t require an excessive amount of product, which in turn ends up costing additional money. Read our tips below on how you can get that bubbly result, without needlessly splashing your cash.
Products: your bubble bath should include a surfactant, as this is the ingredient that allows water molecules to stretch and form bubbles. There are plenty of bubble bath products out there, but look for one that is described as a foaming product. You can make your own natural bubble bath, which can help to save money on higher-end products and are great if you have skin sensitivities and allergies – there are plenty of DIY guides online to help you create great smelling bubbles.
Science: More air yields a bubblier bath. If you add your bubble bath right under the spout as your bath fills, the pressure of the water on the solution forces air into your bubbles. It’s best to wait until there are a few inches of water in the tub before adding your chosen bubble bath. When pouring in your product, add it slowly and right underneath the running water.
Soft water: Most importantly, with all of that in mind, no amount of product will give you the lather you desperately want if you have hard water running into your bath. This is because the minerals in hard water simply don’t allow for beautiful bubbles.
Longer-lasting bath products: You shouldn’t have to scrimp on your products and put up with less bubbly baths to save on costs. It can be as simple as installing a water softener. With softened water, all products will lather better, which results in glorious bubbles from your basin to your bubble bath.
Saving you money on your bath products is only one benefit that having softened water can bring – other benefits include longer lasting appliances, cheaper laundry bills, shinier homes and softer skin. You can try beautifully softened water in your home for yourself and benefit from cost savings.
Explore the benefits of softened water
Softened water provides so many benefits to your home and family, from a shiny kitchen and bathroom to being soft on skin and hair.
No more limescale residue on your shiny surfaces.
Appliances last longer
With softened water scale will slowly diminish, extending the lifespan of appliances.
Pipes will descale over time and your hot water system will become more efficient.
Less time cleaning
No scum marks mean your cleaning time will be reduced.
Soft on skin
Enjoy water that is soft to touch, leaving you with luxurious water to bathe in.
Soaps and shampoos lather better making bigger bubbles.
Creating more lather means you use less soap, saving you money!