Lush Cosmetic’s Ickle Baby Bot Bath Bomb is adorable and was designed with children in mind. It contains lavender, chamomile and sandalwood oil which is the perfect recipe to prepare you or your little ones for a great night’s sleep.
The Ickle Baby Bot has a very gentle formula and because of this was one of the first Lush products that I ever tried. I was told that it was suitable for babies from 6 months plus, feeling safe with this knowledge, I figured that Ickle Baby Bot was a good product choice for myself when I was newbie Lushie.
Ickle Baby Bot is a miniature sized, robot shaped, pastel-blue coloured bath bomb.
As I said above it was designed with kids in mind and is desirable to both boys and girls.
I can imagine my niece opening it and saying ‘ooo it smells of flowers!’ And my nephew wondering if it is food.
I do not dislike this product I just prefer the alternatives that are a bit more theatrical in the bath tub. I popped my very first Ickle Baby Bot in to my bath then went straight to the toilet. Before I came back to it, it had already fizzled away. As it is a smaller sized bath bomb I wasn’t too surprised by this.
Pushing bath time theatrics aside, I love how quick, simple and effective the Ickle Baby Bot bath bomb is. Sometimes you just want to get on with your bath making Ickle Baby Bot a popular choice for people pushed for time.
I love lavender and how versatile it is. It makes Ickle Baby Bot the perfect bath time buddy for winding down and clearing your head of any stress. Being one of the cheapest bath bombs currently on offer, Ickle Baby Bot though very small is still a very popular bath bomb.
Please note that this post was originally posted on this website on the 28th of June 2015. I have updated each post on this blog several times as with time my photos have got better as has my product knowledge. – Lulu @ Lush Upon A Time ♥