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As with all the other gaia products, it smells gorgeous, is completely organic and is kind to horribly sensitive people (like me...). I normall yjust have to look at "allergy free" products to break out in a rash but all of the Gaia stuff has been ok for both my daughter and I so far.
Although we didn't use very much, the sleepytime bath had a nice number of bubbles (a few on the top, enough to see and play with but not get in the way) and smelt lovely. We were told it was a brand new product, just out by the people at the Expo this year (June 2012) so I don't know if they've changed it or not...
The biggest problem with it (apart from DH hating lavender) is that it made bubby *very* slippery so getting her out of the bath safely was a problem. For that reason we probably won't be using it again. It also seemed to leave a residue in her hair (she has lots) so it made rinsing it out a problem.
I purchased this product at the baby expo in brisbane in 2011, my son was a horrid sleper and i was trying everything i could.
sleepwise this product had no effect on my son, i know lavender etc is supposed to be soothing and calming but i didnt notice any change.
i also noticed this made my son's skin dry out on his back. it is supposed to be a natural product but it didnt agree with his skin. i stopped using this product and swithced to goats milk bars.
fragrence is very nice, i found it thick when trying to squeeze out
didnt bubble when poured into running bath
for $9.99 a bottle i would definatly not buy this again
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