InfaCare Night Time Baby Bath

Hi everyone, back at the end of February I shared with you our bedtime tips and routine for Blake. My main tip is to make sure you have a good routine which also includes giving Blake a bath every two nights.  

I have recently been asked to try out the new InfaCare Night Time Baby Bath with Blake. 
InfaCare's bubbly bath time treats are formulated to be as natural and gentle as possible for babies delicate skin. Both the InfaCare Baby Bath and InfaCare Night Time Baby Bath are ulta mild and PH balanced with long lasting bubbles which make it popular among parents and kids alike.

Recommended by hospital midwives and healthcare professionals, the Infacare bubble baths have been clinically tested and developed to promote natural levels of acidity and alkalinity in skin and hair. Reassuringly, each is designed to prevent irritation, and mums say it helps with allergies. Recently launched, Night Time Baby Bath is fast becoming a favourite with mums across the country; with up to 70% describing it as ‘ideal’ for their bedtime routine.  

I have been using the InfacCare Night Time Baby Bath with Blake for a week now and we are very impressed. First of all a little goes along way and it makes loads of bubbles which Blake loves. The scent is also such a gentle powdery fragrance which to me smells a tad bit like violets.  I definitely can say that it is such a relaxing fragrance and I am tempted to use this in my own bath.  I'm unable to say from an allergies point of view how this works as in generally Blake hasn't had any issues with his skin. We really do love the new InfaCare Night Time Baby Bath and it's definitely going to be my new go to bubble bath for Blake. 

Now I just need them to come out with a matching body lotion in this relaxing fragrance.

RRP –  InfaCare Baby Bath £2.15 for 400ml / £3.19 for 750ml and Infacare Night Time Baby Bath £3.49 for 750 ml

Have you tried Infacare before? If not what do you tend to use? Are you tempted to try out the New InfaCare Night Time Baby Bath? 

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