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Q:Is this product safe for babies/small children?Asked on 7/20/2015 by Kacy from Columbus, OH
A:Our products do contain a lot of natural and gentle products, but they are not specifically formulated or recommended for use on infants or children under the age of 6. We do use safe synthetics, food grade dyes, and preservatives, but our products also contain essential oils and other ingredients that could be too irritating or strong for young people.Answered on 7/25/2015 by Myriam from Lush Direct
Q:can you wash your hair while using this bath bomb?Asked on 5/22/2015 by ash
A:While I don't usually recommend washing hair in a bath with bath bombs, Ickle Baby Bot should be fine. This one is a lot softer and doesn't change the water to much so washing your hair shouldn't be a problem.Answered on 5/26/2015 by Alexander from Lush Direct
A:It's not good for washing hair or skin but does moisturize your skin and
makes you smell great...I typically risen and wash everything before
soaking in a bath with the bombs :)Answered on 5/22/2015 by Anonymous
My question is will these bah bombs irritate me. I suffered many years ago with UTI. I am a fifty year old women and would like to try these for relaxion, but afraid these would irritate me. Any suggestions. RaquelAsked on 11/26/2013 by Rocky from Mount Veron, NY
A:With our Ickle Baby Bot bath bomb, it has been designed to mesmerize the senses with ray guns of lavender, chamomile, and sandalwood. This is a perfect combination to sooth and softened ones skin. I would highly recommend reading through our customer reviews to see what other experiences others have had with this product!Answered on 11/28/2013 by Anonymous
A:I have tried a number of Lush bath bombs and have never had any problems with irritation. Although I don't have any sensitivities now, I used to have extremely sensitive skin as a child. I also have an 11 month old daughter who will sometimes use a bath bomb in her bath and she's never had an issue. Even my husband who suffers from eczema enjoys some Lush products including the bath bombs. You may wish to try some of the more basic bath bombs with fewer ingredients or the ones they suggest for sensitive skin first if you are concerned. Also the bath bombs can be broken in half pretty easily by dropping them on a hard floor...I do this for my daughter's baths since the tub is not completely full...but if you were to use only half of a bath bomb in a full tub it may dilute it enough for you to test it without worrying about a reaction to the full strength. Hope this was helpful! Good luck!Answered on 11/26/2013 by Anonymous