Advantages Contains lavender, chamomile and sandalwood oils.
Disadvantages Quite expensive for one bath, may be too mild for some.
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Walking into this aroma haven is always a pleasure - not only does it feed your senses with all the magnificent smells of natural essential oils, but your eyes get to feast on all the dazzling treasures that could end up in your bathroom. However, after a stressful day at work, I was only after one thing - the 'Ickle Baby Baff'.
This has actually been designed with babies and children in mind and hence the the amount of oils in this is considerably less and therefore the effects are much milder. However, I would think that this would be kind to adults as well, I personally sometimes just need a little something just to help me unwind and relax, rather than buy a something strong to knock me out.
Those who expect a spectacular bath bomb to crackle and fizz frantically around the bath water will be disappointed, this little one discreet, subtle and its effects are mild. However, it is a sweet refreshing change to the usual bathing ritual to watch this Baff wallow a fizz around the water, slowly dissolve and melt away the stresses of the day...Thanks for reading. xx
At £1 for a small 30g bomb, in my opinion, I feel it's pretty expensive. It would be more cost effective just to put a few drops of the oils directly into the bath instead.
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