LUSH Ickle Baby Bot

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As I mentioned in my bathtime post earlier this week I am not usually a big LUSH fan, not because their products aren’t great but because they’re relatively expensive for what they are. One item I have repurchased time and time again however is the Ickle Baby Bot. Back when Ella was little I believe it was in the shape of an angel but they essentially do the same thing. Ickle Baby Bot is a smaller bath bomb formulated for the most sensitive skin and infused with essential oils which are supposed to aid your sleep. Perfect for a restless toddler.

That’s not why I buy it though.. I buy it because it’s fun! It’s a cheaper way of treating Ella to a bath bomb and a safer way of letting the baby have one too. They love to watch it fizz and if you have your own I would advise you split it in to pieces to get the most fun from the experience. As soon as one little piece has dissolved Milo asks for another and is always annoyed when they run out but while they’re fizzing, in that moment it’s like the best thing he’s ever seen.

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If you have super sensitive skin and can’t usually use things like this I’d suggest you ask in store whether this might be suitable for you. In theory it’s the most gentle bath product they sell but it still claims to soothe your skin and relax you.. oh and it’s half the price of some of the bigger bombs too!

LUSH Ickle Baby Bot available online here for £1.95

Miss BB

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7 Comments

  1. 17 November, 2013 / 4:55 pm

    I absolutely love these they are so cute and make for a relaxling bath. X

  2. 17 November, 2013 / 7:06 pm

    Awh, babies are so easily pleased! 🙂 x

    • missbudgetbeauty
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      17 November, 2013 / 9:39 pm

      haha took the words out of my husbands mouth. I recently tried an aromatherapy associates bath oil which is crazy expensive at £39 for 100ml HOWEVER you use so little and it is SO effective that cost per use it works out as better than LUSH

  3. 17 November, 2013 / 7:28 pm

    I want to try the bath bombs but having eczema is a nightmare with skin stuff. I MIGHT try and ask about this as it is made for sensitive skin!

    • Chloe
      25 November, 2013 / 8:16 pm

      If you want to try a Lush ballistic go for this or butterball! Butterball especially is packed with cocoa butter so skin will be super moisturised and there’s nothing that should really irritate your skin. I’ve worked there for a year now and haven’t had any eczema sufferers that have had problems with them 🙂

  4. 17 November, 2013 / 7:37 pm

    Ahh I love this

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