Product Type: Tesco Bath / Shower
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Tesco Kids Bubble Bath
Member Name: juicy_lucy
Tesco Kids Bubble Bath
Advantages: Great smelling bubble bath
Disadvantages: None unless you hate fruity smells!
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This is one bubble bath I buy quite frequently for little miss; not only does she like the smell, but I believe it offers great value and quality.
PRICE AND AVAILABILITY…
The bubble bath is sold in Tesco stores costing £1.22 for a 500ml bottle, and is available in Fruit Burst, Raspberry Ripple and Pineapple. We have tried them all and they are all good.
The one we bought most recently is the Raspberry Ripple; this smells good enough to eat so take heed of the warning and keep away from children. Strangely enough, though, although there is a warning to rinse if it gets in the eyes, there does not appear to be a warning about swallowing it.
The product comes in a pink (what a surprise) bottle with a flip top lid. Fortunately, the flip top lid is actually quite difficult to lift up so I do believe only older children would be able to actually open the bottle. Open it up and, as I said, it smells delicious; this is a real raspberry smell, which hits you as soon as the lid is opened. After bathing,it does linger, but not enough to be over powering, just enough for little one to think they smell all clean.
The product looks pink as it is coming out of the bottle but is actually clear, and when poured under running water, produces masses of bubbles. There are so many that I was actually asked the other night to take some of the bubbles away; this from the little lady who usually wants more bubbles. So, the answer to that problem is for mum to be less enthusiastic with the bubble bath pouring.
None of the flavours(?) has irritated Amelia's eyes or skin and she has used these products since about the age of 3; either she has really tough skin or they are gentle on the skin.
They do promise to be dermatologically tested and kinder to the eyes, which is appropriate if they are being marketed for young children to use. The bubble bath is also suitable for all skin types and does not state an age under which it must not be used. There is also a promise that should the product be not of the high standard you would expect, then Tesco would be happy to refund your money (I do believe you can't say fairer than that)
Whenever I do some online Tesco shopping, I always tend to add a couple of these to my list. The brand is a brand that I do trust, and I have been using it for a couple of years, so for me, it is tried and tested. It is also made specially for children and so should contain fewer harsh ingredients, and so far, no adverse effects have occurred.
From little lady's point of view, it's a product which has all the right ingredients for her- it smells good and produces lots of bubbles.
The product is good value for money, when I consider the fortunes I sometimes spend on these character bubble baths which are often quite disappointing in the bubble and smell test.
Given that I am now not allowed to pour as much in the bath for fear of the invasion of the bubbles, then it should last a lot longer. At the moment, on my type of useage, a 500ml bottle would last for a bath a night for just over 2 weeks; should last me a month now.
Good value bubble bath; I will be buying it again, as well as the other flavours, for some mix and match
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Summary: Good value bubble bath