Description:Brand: Gellibaff / Type: Bath Products / What it does: destresses, / Relax in a bubble baff full of warm glop!
Newest Review: ... They've also recently introduced Smelli Gelli Bath - though we haven't tried that one yet, it's next on our ... more
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Customer Gellibaff Reviews (10)
by - written on 20/07/11 (Very useful, 61 readings)
After a lot of browsing through my facebook news feed, I noticed a group of my friends had pictures in a bath full of jelly (obviously they were in swimwear so no nudity). My first thought was that they had simply gone to the shop and brought some jelly, then experimented by adding it to the bath. This was not the case. Gelli Baff comes with 2 sachets to help you make your bath of jelly. after you have around a quarter of your bath you need to add the first which helps the water to stiffen into a jelly, the second is added when you get bored of the bath to help it turn back to water and rinse down the plug hole. I would say not to add more than 6cm as the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/08/10 (Very useful, 85 readings)
My son saw this advertised on the television and thought this sounded amazing so when I got a £5 voucher to use at Prezzybox that sold these I bought 4 packs hoping that I would get one of each colour as at the time of ordering they offered four: Blue Lagoon; Lava Blast Red; Princess Pink; and Magic Swamp Green. However, they do say the colours are picked at random. They have since added one more colour: Orange Gloop. However, when my items had been delivered I actually had been sent the 'New Colour Changing Varieties' and had two of each of: Cosmic Yellow to Galactic Green and Ballistic Blue to Planet Purple. The idea is to make bath time fun ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/01/10 (Very useful, 21 readings)
I had never heard of this product, until I went to see my Godson. He wanted us to see a Gelli Baff, and he was so excited how could we refuse. (Plus I was intrigued as to what it actually was). It is granules that you sprinkle into a bath full of water and it not only changes the colour but changes the texture of the water. I have to admit when I first saw it I was pretty disgusted by this green gloopy water, but when you see how much fun it is, you get past it! There are different colours you can get, and it comes with a reversing formula so that you can turn it back into water so it will go down the drain. I think this product is great ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/09/09 (Very useful, 28 readings)
My sisters 10 and she has wanted to try Gelli Baff for time but my mum always says it's too expensive for what it is and has never got it for her. I was looking at the clothes in the charity shop yesterday and I saw a box of the orange one that was only £1.49 so I got it for her because it's over a fiver in the shops. To use it you run a shallow warm bath and then add the powder that will make the water turn to jelly and swish it about with your hand. In a few minutes the water goes all gloopy and thick like jelly but my sister didn't like it as much as she thought she would and I thought it felt rank even though I only touched it with my hand because I've ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/01/09 (Very useful, 95 readings)
I am always amazed at the new ideas for kids that toy manufacturers think up. I am also amazed that I go so excited about this product and bought it without thinking about the state of my bath after. In fact Father Christmas bought this, it was a gift set, two boxes of gelli baff and some bubble bath to go with it for £12.99 from studio catalogue. One box on its own retails at around £5. My daughter got orange gloop and my son blue lagoon. There are quite a few colours to try out. Testing time Sunday night came, the night before the big back to school day, and the day to wash off 2 weeks worth of chocolate, christmas pud and paint (I did bath them ... Read the complete review
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