What to do on National Bubble Bath Day
This Tuesday, January 8th, soak away your post-holiday blues while celebrating National Bubble Bath Day with Neutrogena Rainbath® Refreshing Shower and Bath Gel. So why not celebrate it with a bath like the Romans so loved. When I was in Bath, England a few years ago I was rather exhausted and sorry to say little tired of “history” that day. BUT please don’t tell my Mom, she has something like a Doctorate in History and more! Well, I will say as we waited our turn to inter the famous baths in Bath, England suddenly I realized I was in the most original and ornate spa of all! It is a UNESCO World Heritage sight. It was amazing how they truly enjoyed bathing and lounging. They have one of what I would think is the very first hot tub areas into the inner areas just outside the ladies lounge. Then when you enter the ladies area you will see how they heated the stone floors with hot water from the underneath. After seeing this yes I had the urge to jump in as many do, but they warn you the water is not suitable for human consumption or bathing these days so I let the urge pass.
Well we can still enjoy baths just like the Romans today on National Bubble Bath Day or any day you want to refresh. So grab your Newutrogena Rainbath Shower and Bath Gel and take a BATH and REFRESH Yourself Today!
Fun Bath Facts
In Ancient Rome, citizens bathed daily at the Roman baths, which often included a soak in the caldarium (hot tub), some detoxing in the laconicum (sauna), finished with a refreshing swim in the frigidarium (cold pool)
Early plumbing systems for bathing go back as far as around 3300 BC with the discovery of copper water pipes beneath a palace in the Indus Valley Civilization of ancient India
Pedestal Tubs, unlike other clawfoot-style tubs, do not actually have claw feet. The tub rests on a pedestal in what most would term an art deco style. Evidence of pedestal tubs dates back to the Isle of Crete in 1000 BC
In the latter half of the 20th century, the once popular clawfoot tub morphed into a built-in tub with a small apron front
The Crane Company introduced colored bathroom fixtures to the US market in 1928
Up until the late 1940s, many Americans only bathed once a week for personal hygiene
Leave me a comment below about what you plan to do or would like to do on National Bubble Bath Day! I will send one commenter a National Bubble Bath Day Prize!