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Lush bath bombs

(4 Posts)
Yazi23 Mon 04-Dec-17 19:32:30

Bit of an odd question...we have a shower at home which is what our baby is used to and use moogoo bubbly wash which is natural stuff. He's 17 months so not a little baby anymore. We'll be staying at my mum's over Christmas and she has a bath grin and I'd like to give him a special Christmas Eve bath. Do you think a Christmassy lush bath bomb would be ok or is he still a bit young? He doesn't have sensitive skin, it's more the sparkly bits I'm thinking about.
Can you tell I'm a first time mum fblush

Keepingupwiththejonesys Mon 04-Dec-17 19:38:06

My dds absolutely love bath bombs, they're 3&5. Theyve used them around 18 months so youngest dd about the same age as your little one. Its not a regular thing, they absolutely love it and they've not got sensitive skin so I say why not!

roobrr Mon 04-Dec-17 19:43:24

The ickle baby bot is suitable for babies from 6 months smile (granted this one isn't sparkly) but it turns the water blue and you could add in some normal bubbles x

Yazi23 Wed 06-Dec-17 23:38:44

Thanks both. Will deffo order the ickle baby bot ones as well as a couple of Christmassy ones fsmile

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