Lush Ickle Baby Baff Bath Ballistic Reviews
Product Type: Lush Bath / Shower
Description:Brand: Lush / Type: Bath Salt
Newest Review: ... whole room will smell gorgeous (as well as the water) which lasts for ages. Lush have designed this ballistic especially for ... more
Customer Lush Ickle Baby Baff Bath Ballistic Reviews (5)
by - written on 14/03/10 (Very useful, 31 readings)
Lush Ickle Baby Baff Bath Ballistic Description: Brand: Lush / Type: Bath Salt www.lush.co.uk Just in case you have never shopped at Lush before, it is worth knowing that they make cosmetics by hand from only natural ingredients. They never test on animals and ensure that they only use suppliers who don't either. Lush are committed to reducing packaging and also support loads of charities and projects around the world, details of which can be found on their website, along with products and ingredients. You can shop online and also locate your nearest shop. You can also buy from the Lush retro range online, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/06/08 (Very useful, 159 readings)
After my little one was truly amazed by my Butterfly Ball bomb, I promised I'd get her a bath bomb next time we were in Lush. Being that money doesn't grow on trees (but most of the Lush ingredients do) the one I had in mind was Ickle Baby Baff, being that it's the cheapest at only £1. Okay, okay, I know that's pretty tight, splashing out on the Butterfly Ball for myself, but only spending £1 on her but my reasoning was that she just sits in the bath and plays with her toys and would be fine really in a bit of bubble bath whereas I truly use my baths to relax and spend forever in them. Even after saying it, I still feel like I was being tight. What made this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/08 (Very useful, 98 readings)
I ordered an Ickle Baby Baff ballistic with my last Lush order, as it's the cheapest one they make, and one I've not tried yet. This is actually designed with kids in mind, but it seems that plenty of us big kids are using these too, if the reviews on the Lush website are anything to go by. It might be worth noting, that Ickle Baby Baff as we know it, will soon be discontinued, to be replaced by Ickle Baby Devil and Ickle Baby Angel, which have the exact same fragrance as this one, but are a bit bigger and are shaped like either a devil or an angel. The one I bought is the original, which is still available at the moment, and is shaped like a babies ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/08/08 (Useful, 8 readings)
I love Ickle Baby Baff. It is so small and simple and cute. It was originally designed to help little children sleep easy. But people who say they are buying these for their children are probably lying- they will be keeping them for themselves! :) The Lavender, Sandalwood and Chamomile are all perfect treatments for a decent nghts sleep. If you sufer from insomnia then this could be the perfect cure. Just pop one in your bedtime bath and enjoy a good nights sleep. I really enjoy using this product as it makes me feel really calm. It is a fabulous product to cocktail with some of Lush's other stronger bath products to make a even more beautiful bath- ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/09/08 (Useful, 32 readings)
Lush Ickle Baby Baff Bath Ballistics are fabulous things for tempting your kids to climb in the bath at bathtime. For anyone not familiar with Lush, they are a company that produces handmade, ethical cosmetics and have a huge range of bath and shower products. All the ingredients used in them are natural and they avoid any chemical additives. Ickle Baby Baff has changed now from the one shown in the picture. You now have two different choices: an ickle devil which is pink and an ickle angel which is blue. They have also increased in size to 50g and now cost £1.35 each. The idea of a bath ballistic is that you run your bath as normal, climb in, then drop your bath ... Read the complete review
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