“ Brand: Johnson's / Type: Baby Wash „
i just want to warn peole that you never know exacly how your baby will react to the substances you put into a bath. before you use it on them you should test it on your self and if their breathing is that bad then you should be taking them to the doctor for advice. Always read the instructions on the back and cheak if there is a miinimun age for use. Pease remember that if you do but it then it is kept and stored properbly. i would only recommend this to a friend if the child was older than 3.
If your children are anything like mine and have alot of colds then this is the product for you. It is not too strong but strong enough to help clear the childs airways and relax them before bed. That is when I find my children need that little bit of extra help. Bedtimes are a hard task when the child has a blocked nose. But Johnson's breatheasy bath seems to really help. I always keep some in stock now as Chloe and Jamie take it in turns to need it. I also like the fact it is so nice on their skin. Chloe has very sensitve skin and anything slightly harsh will bring her out in a terrible bout of excema. It foams nicely too which all children love. They like to play with the bubbles and some bubble baths with menthol products in them just don't foam or you have to watch the child because of the eyes. All Johnson's products have a no tears fomula so you cannot go wrong. The price is reasonable too for the peace you get after using it. About £2.99 in most shops. I managed to get mine when Tesco's were doing a promotion. So I was lucky to get two for the price of one.
I bought johnsons baby breath easy for my children as they both had blocked noses. I noticed this product can not be used on ashamatics so i could not use this product on my son as he has ashama. It is very good at releiving blocked noses and also still has a smell after a while ,it smells like vick, i also think it was quite expensive as you will not use it much. I would recommend this product if your child suffers from a lot of colds, the smell is very powerful after a while so dont stay in bath for long. This product does not work on adults as i found out when i had a cold .
Well. When I saw Johnson and Johnsons baby easy sleep baby bath. I thought I might try it out. So I asked my partner to get it when he went shopping. It smells lovely, and was a nice colour too. I like Lilac. The bottle is the normal size for Johnsons baby bath. But it only lasted about a week and a half. Which I thought wasn't long. But you do have to use alot to get the bubbles going in a bath. Well when I went shopping for some bits the other day, I remembered that we needed some more baby bath. So went to get the easy sleep again. MY GOD was I shocked. The price was really way to high. Nearly £4. I came home outraged that my partner had bought it for that price. And told him not to get it again. I am lucky that I have a baby that sleeps all night. So there is no way that will be taking pride of place in my bathroom. We now stick to Bloomin Tesco's babybath. It's just as good.
This product has such a soothing aroma that it really tempted me. I admit it, I stole some from my daughters baby! I had a cold and felt really under the weather. After my bath I could breath with out any problem and that soft eucalyptus type scent stayed with me. I do have very sensitive skin and would not usually try anything like this but I must admit that I enjoyed it and had no adverse reaction at all. It's a real luxury for 'big babies' too. I now buy it just for me. (I don't tell anyone I don't have a baby, of course.)
Johnsons breatheasy bath is absolutly wonderful and a must for anyone with a snuffly baby.It can be used from 3months. The menthol in it opens the airways and helps baby to breath.It doesn't only work on baby's but adults and children too. As with all Johnsons products it leaves skin feeling lovely and soft and also has the non-tears formula. At around £3.49 it does sound a bit expensive but it really is worth the money and lasts for ages as you only need a tiny drop. It really does as it says on the bottle and helps baby to breath easier aiding more restful sleep for both baby and you.
I came across this product while in Boots one day, I was looking for something to rub on my son's chest as he had a blocked nose and was snuffly. The lady behind the counter suggested that I try this, and since then it's become a permanent fixture in our bathroom cabinet. It has a lovely warming smell when added to running bath water, and certainly provides relief from a stuffy nose. Reminds me of when I was little having Vick rubbed on my chest! It's great for all the family, a really good buy.
I've used this product when my daughter has a snuffly cold. I have found that it seems to ease her breathing and settle her down if used in a warm bath just before bedtime. Like any similar product, the effect produced is short term, but I find it's just long enough to aid falling asleep. The rosemary,menthol and eucalyptus fragrance is soothing without being too pungent for a baby's delicate eyes. I have noticed that this product does not bare the usual 'without tears' logo due to the nature of the ingredients, so I try to avoid getting any near my baby's eyes. Having said that, I haven't noticed any particular problem. Definitely worth a try if your baby has the snuffles.
I love the smell of all Johnsons products but I like this the best.I first got it when my daughter had a touch of croup about a year ago. Breatheasy is made from essential oils of menthol so it helps open the airways.Although it contains a tiny amounts it seemed to help my daughter breath a little easier.I bath in it too when Ive had a stressful day and just 10mins in this will soothe you worries away. It foams easy,lasts a long time as bubbles and doesnt leave a horrible film around the bath!It leaves babies skin soo soft and yours too.Its good if baby has a cold to help him/her breathe easierand good if you just want to buy it. If you like the smell of tea tree or menthol this is a must for you and baby.
I don’t know about you but it seems to me that my children are never free of colds. As one gets over one the next one goes down with it. (I have three daughters aged 7, 3,and 17 months). Although nothing can actually cure the cold I have found that Johnson’s baby breatheasy bath helps ease stuffiness and if used last thing at night helps the girls sleep more restfully. Johnson’s baby breatheasy bath contains rosemary, eucalyptus and menthol that helps relieve nasal passages and is suitable for babies over 6 months. It can also be beneficial to adults as well as it can clear fuzzy heads and relax you. I would highly recommend this product to anybody with small children.
When my daughter developed a bad cold at a very early age it was terrible because I didnt think there was much I could do for her. I decided to give Johnsons Breathe Easy a go as I didnt really have anything to lose. By the time she got out the bath her nose was alot better. I wouldn't say that it was brilliant but it defiantly helped her and when children are small, verything helps, even it its relief for a shot amount of time. I do have to admit that I have used it when I have got a cold and it does make you feel alot better whilst you are in the bath but after a bit, you do tend to gradually go back to normal.
This is a must in your bathroom cabinet. We all know how fun a cranky baby full of cold can be, and this product really does help ease a blocked up nose. It has a lovely fresh eucalyptus smell (with a hint of Rosemary) that is not over powering and doesnt make you feel like you have cold remedy smell all over the house. It is not to be used until baby is over 6 months old and you are not meant to use it all the time so the bottle lasts a long time. And also if you are feeling a little "coldy" yourself then put a dollop in your own bath if nothing else you will sleep well ;o)
I've used this product since my son was a small baby. It is a very mild decongestant bath that contains rosemary, eucalyptus and menthol to help relieve blocked noses and help with restful sleep. It is recommended that, if your child has asthma, that you first check with a medical professional before using this (and any other product along these lines, such as karvol and snuffle babe). You can get this in two different sizes. I get the smaller 200ml size for around £1.30. As you only need a small amount, and its not used at every bathtime, it does last a very long time. Its always worked for my little boy, and I have been known to add it to my bath when I've got a cold. I'd say this is one product to definately keep in your bathroom cabinet.
Whilst doing the mad trolley dash around our local Co-Op, I grabbed a bottle of this of the shelf as it was cheaper than the Johnsons version. I can't actually comment on wether it works or not because I haven't tried it yet. Why write an opinion then? Because this stuff has absolutely no advice on the back of the bottle whatsoever. All of the other brands seem to have advice on what age range it should be used on, normally from 3 months on but can be for 6 months onwards. When I got home, I was all geared up to give my very snuffly 8 week old a bath using this stuff when I read the back of the bottle. Because there was no age warning on the back, I've decided not to use it until she's 12 weeks old, so the poor thing will have to stay snuffly until then. So this opinion is really just a warning to you all to check the back of the bottle to see if it suits your baby's age range. Some of them can smell a bit strong (the breatheasy that is, not the baby....) so on younger babies like mine it may do more harm than good.
My 15 month daughter suffers from colds and coughs on a regular basis. I tried the boots breatheasy baby bath after a friend suggested i try it. It smells really good and it helped to clear up my nose when i gave my daughter a bath but did very little for my daughter. Her nose cleared very slightly when she was actually in the bath , but soon became blocked again when she was taken out. It did have a slight calming effect on her though. I found that a few drops of olbas oil placed on her pillow and clother helped a lot more and a generous amount of vicks smeared all over her chest and back did the trick.