Infacare Nightime Bubble Bath Review

Bubble bath is something which we get through a ton of in our house because as you might know Jess is such a water baby she seems to love to the water and if you offer her the chance to have a bath she will more than likely snap your hand off and have one. Usually, this does end up with me been covered in water but as long as she is having fun to me that is all that matters. We are lucky because Jess does not actually suffer from sensitive skin at all which means that we are pretty lucky that we can just pick up any brand of bubble bath usually based on the smell and use that. We have been known to use whichever has been the cheapest at boots or the supermarket depending where we have been shopping when we need more bubble bath. 

Recently I was contacted by Infacare to ask if I would like to review their nighttime baby bath and of course I took up there offer. It is a brand which we have used in the past because it was on offer and was one which I said that I would repurchase in the future, however, have not managed to get around to doing so. 

Infacare night-time ultra mild baby bath is kind to babies’ sensitive skin and creates long lasting bubble this is something we found that was the case because even with Jess splashing around in the bath we found that there was still plenty of bubbles left when it was time for her to get out. This is something which really pleased Jess as she is a massive fan of bubbles and she does like a lot of bubbles and this is something which happens with this bubble bath. 

I can not say that this bubble bath did make Jess sleep any better because she already is a pretty good sleeper so I could not comment on this element. However, I have noticed that she does have a beautiful scent when she is getting out of the bath when she has been using this product. I have noticed that when she has been washing her hair it does not matter if some of the product gets in her hair she does not seem to be crying which means that it must be sensitive enough not to be upsetting her eyes. 

The bottle is a huge 750ml which means that is going to last a while which is always great for someone who is busy like me because it can be pretty easy to run out of bubble bath and forget to purchase it when you are somewhere which sells it. When this happens it does mean that Jess ends up having to use my Lush something I like to keep for a treat. I will be picking some more of this up when I this huge bottle does come to an end. It can be picked up in all major supermarkets and places such as Boots and Superdrug and retails for £3.50 for 750ml however, regularly can be found on offer. 

Have you tried this bubble bath if so what did you think?

Charlotte x
This post does contain a PR sample however, all words are my own as ever 

Tips For A Happy Bath Time

When Jess was first born and till she could sit up she hated going into the bath it was one of the most painful experiences because she would not want to be in the bath for longer than a couple of minutes and this would only give me enough time to wash her hair and then actually do her body.

This has actually changed in the last changed since she can sit up in the bath and now she is actually begging me to go in the bath she loves to shout splashy splashy which means that Jess wants to go into the bath and splash. I think her record of being in the bath is something like close to a couple of hours which is crazy I think it is nearly as long as I have spent in the bath. There is a range of products which we use to make sure that she had a lot of fun and actually does end up getting clean because of the bath.

We are not loyal to one type of bubble bath Jess uses a range of different bubble baths bottles she has used child’s farm, boots own brand, as well as ultracare. Jess loves actually a good bubble bath because she likes to pop the bubbles. I tend to purchase the bubble bath which is on offer I know I am lucky because of the fact that Jess does not have sensitive skin I can use any products. I would recommend using a scent which you child actually likes as well. We sometimes as a treat every so often use a lush bath bomb which I do because Jess loves watching seeing what they do in the water which I know she adores as she always says wow when she watches them.

I would recommend getting your child’s favourite characters to help get them washed so I picked up in Tesco a paw patrol flannel because of Jess, as you may know by now, is super obsessed with the pups. So this means I can say to her do you want me to put the body wash on the pups and then she will wash her whole body. We have used a Marshall sponge in the past which we picked up from Primark and they do the hand washing mitts with characters such as Minnie mouse as well and they are all between £1-£2.

Then, of course, you have to get some toys because they are some things which help the child enjoy the bath because they think they are playing which is what they are doing and you can have a hell of a lot of fun different games which you play. The first item which we love is rubber ducks they are a cult classic when it comes to playing with the toys I picked a huge bag of them off amazon however, I did not check them and they came from Japan/China. You may want to order them off a UK seller so that they come quicker. I know stores such as home bargains and B&M always seem to have them in. We have had hours of fun with ours and they are super cheap that reminds me that I do need to purchase some more because ours are getting a little bit battered.

We also have boats which I ordered online because of the fact that as every knows you can get online a hell of a lot cheaper wet got I think it is 4 boats for only £1-2 which I think is super cheap and we have had them a year and a half have been using them a lot, to be honest. We love being able to put some water in them and sink the boats as well as linking the boats together and driving them. I know that Jess loves to be able to tip the water all over me so I would recommend purchasing something like boats. Or the animals which squirt you because if your child is anything like mine she loves getting other people wet when in the bath because she is wet she thinks you should be. I know again you can pick these up in stores such as home bargains and b&m as I constantly see them in stores such as these.

Wow else remembers when you were a child and you had the foam letters which stuck to the wall and you used to try and spell your name and if you are someone like me you would never be able to actually do this because you would always run out which used to pissed me off. Jess even though she cannot spell at the moment because of the fact that she is only just turning two. However, this does not stop her from actually putting them in the bath and the walls and of course, I can write words and teach Jess what they are and this is something which she finds really fun. I actually picked up about 48 letters and a few numbers from TKMaxx for Jess for Christmas and she has used them so much however, I really need to rinse them now because they do start to smell because you are meant to let them fully dry out and this is not something which me and Jess have been doing.

The final item which we love to use to have a happy bathtime is the bath crayons which you only need to get a slight amount of water on them and then they become like a paint which you can use in the bath and your own body. This is something which Jess at the moment is adoring due to the fact that she is loving been able to colour because that is all she wants to do at the moment. I love that I can draw and be involved in her bath and what she is doing rather than her having all of the fun. I got this again from online on Amazon however, I have seen that they are available in stores such as the pound shop which is great for when I need to be able to get another pack because ours actually are running out fast.

What do you use to have a fun bath time?

Charlotte x