LUSH'S 'ICKLE BABY BOT' BATH BOMB - REVIEW

by - April 02, 2014

Is it me or does every other Mum out there end up buying something for their little ones instead of for themselves when out shopping? I found myself doing this again when I went for a browse in my local Lush. I love going in there the staff are so chatty and helpful and I don't find them ever pressuring me to buy something. I was causally browsing the bath bomb section looking for a treat for my Mum when I came across this little blue robot. Now as ignorant as this is I never even considered Lush did children's products so when I saw this on the shelf I was instantly intrigued. Noah was with me so when he saw it and I explained how to use it he wanted it straight away and at only £1.95 I got it for him. 

Lush claims: A gentle lavender bath bomb to relax children before bedtime. This is a bath bomb designed to look after young children’s delicate skin, and is so gentle it’s suitable for babies over six months. Its aromatherapy oils also work to soothe irritable cherubs before bedtime. Lavender is a calming aromatherapy oil, used in traditional medicine to treat skin irritations, sunburn and insect bites.

One of the first things I loved about Lush was that they don't carry out any animal testing, that's one of the first things I look for when buying beauty supplies. The bath bomb is blue and shaped as a robot so anyone with a little boy or girl will know how well this will go down. 
Noah loved how involved he could be with the whole process from taking it out of the bag to putting into the running bath and watching it change. It has a good fizz which produces a dark blue ring whilst its fizzing. Noah loved how involved his Daddy was in the process, they were both walking around like robots whilst the bath was running.
Then end result is a light blue bath which smells amazing. His skin was left silky smooth and he had a big smile on his face after having a 'robot' bath. I can't say I saw the effects of the lavender, I didn't see him anymore relaxed but what three year old wants to go to bed anyway?

Overall I think its a great treat for your little one or as a present for a child. 



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