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Blooming Bath – Hassle Free Bathing

Blooming Bath is the cute, cuddly and convenient way to bathe your baby. Unlike traditional baby bath tubs, Blooming Bath is made from incredibly soft, plush materials providing a safe, soft, and unbelievably adorable bathing experience for the most important person in your world.

So long are the bulky, big plastic baby bath tubs that you have to cart around with you everywhere. Not to mention, they aren’t that easy to clean & store. What if you had a way to bath your baby, quickly dry and store without all the hassle?

You now have that option… Let me introduce you to Blooming Bath.

Designed to Dry Fast. Incredibly Soft, yet Durable.

According to the Blooming Bath baby bath website, using and caring for Blooming Bath couldn’t be easier. (We found this to be true!) Push it into your sink and it creates the perfect cushioned cradle to wash your baby. When you’re finished, gently squeeze out the excess water and throw it in the dryer for 10 to 15 minutes. Or, if you prefer, just use the hang tag on the back your Blooming Bath will be dry in no time.

Not only is it easy to store, dry and use to bath your baby.. it’s cute. I wouldn’t mind having one of these hanging up just for looks.

What a wonderful addition to the fun, loving bath time with your baby. Definitely a first time must-have.

Find out more about Blooming Bath on facebook, twitter and of course, their website: Blooming Bath baby bath!

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  • Modern Day Moms

    This baby bath is amazing!

  • Jasmine

    WANT!!! What age/pounds does this go uP to? What a perfect baby shower gift!

    • Jessica

      Isn’t it adorable?!! This is an AMAZING baby shower gift. It’s definitely modern and beats the big bulky bath tub! I know this is great for babies. Not sure what the age range is.. but I assume if you can still bath your baby in a baby bath or sink, it should work fine.

  • Emily

    So cute!

    • Jessica


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