“ Brand: Asda / Type: Baby bath wash „
Little angels are a lovely well known brand that belong to Asda. The products are all specially formulated to be Hypoallergenic and no tears formulated. The baby bath comes in a large 750ml bottle and is blueish in color. It has lovely packaging and has won a mum and baby award in 2009 for its gentle formula. We have tried this a few times and its smells gorgeous, not as long lasting a fragrance compared to other well known brands but just as good. It is £1.47 or 2 for £2.50 at the moment in Asda.
The only thing i didn't like was the fact that it would not lather up that well, I always feel my son is cleaner somehow if there is some foam there. I think this is why we went through it a little quicker. It's baby bath, but as its gentle we used it as a wash also.
Overall lovely product and good range of products that match such as the shampoo and body lotion. It pours very freely so just watch you don't accidently pour half the bottle into one bath!
I have really sensitive skin. I get itchy skin and marks appearing from no where and I am allergic to quite a few different heavily scented things I put on my skin which is why I do use alot of baby products, however as we all know anything for a baby is good enough for us and on alot of the packaging we are actually told it is for baby and for us!
I usually opt for Johnsons baby products and have quite a collection of them in my bathroom. However while I still had some Johnsons baby bath in my bathroom I decided to have a try with this one considering that not only is it so cheap to buy for such a large bottle but when I picked up the bottle in store I noticed that on the front of it we are told that Asda won a mother & baby award on 2009 which did boost my confidence somewhat about buying it.
I have only seen this available in one size and this is the size I have sat in front of me which is 750ml. The bottle is frosted white so you can see-through it really with a curve to the middle of it and a curve to the bottom of the bottle which I reckon is meant to look like a babies bum! It has a flip-top lid to the top of it concealing a small hole for ease of use too.
On the front of the label we are told that it is Asda Little Angels 'Moisturises babys skin, no tears formulation, hypoallergenic' Baby Bath. On the back of the bottle other informationa listed includes being told a bit about the product and how to use it, the ingredients are stated as is the size given nd contct details for Asda are listed too. Its a nice enough, informative bottle which is easy to handle considering it is such a large size and needs to be!
The Baby Bath Itself:
Well on the information on the back of the bottle we are told it is 'Suitable for the whole family to use' and that it is meant to to cleanse and refresh in a gentle way.
I found this to be a so so product really but no way as good as the leading brands on the market that I am used to. I was surprised that on the front of the bottle they got retailer of the year in 2009 for baby products but we do have to bear in mind that A) that was two years ago B) That they never won that against top brands and C) That doesn't mean that this bath foam inparticular is in any way exceptional!
The liquid runs from the bottle with ease and it has the usual nice smell of sweetness that is associated with baby products and is quite strong and I really like it. All you do of course is squeeze some into the bath (in my case that is always alot as I am rather heavy handed!) and fill the bath up with water.
This creates no real aroma once mixed with water sadly and if it is just that my nose becomes acustumed to the smell or something that smell certainly doesn't linger on my skin after bathing at all. It doesn't particulary make the water all that soft when it either though it does give a small amount of not so thick white lather.
There is nothing all that special about this product when I come to think about it. It doesn't moisturise my skin or refresh it really though it doesn't upset my sensitive skin at all or make it more greasy it really is just a simple and cheap baby bath with no bells or whistles to it and it does a job.
Not my favourite baby bath out there but it isn't horrendous either to be fair to it.
Only available in Asda stores costing £1.47 a bottle.