One of the best ways to unwind after a long hard day is to soak in a bubble bath. As an adult, you know how calming and relaxing this can be. That same effect works for your children, and allowing your kid to take a bubble bath can help them calm down so that they can get ready for bed. Baths are also a great option if your child is fussy and you are looking for a way to change their environment to something more soothing.
Not only can taking a bubble bath be a relaxing experience for your child, but it’s also a great way to get them clean. If you have more than one child or one who doesn’t like to sit still while you soap them up and wash their hair, using kids’ bubble bath can make the process so much easier because it’s fun for them.
When it comes to the best natural bubble bath for kids, here are the products you should be considering:
BABY Soothing Relief Creamy Wash
Although not technically a bubble bath, you can add this oatmeal wash to your child’s bath and it will make fun bubbles for a playful bath time. The lather won’t be the same as our bubble bath formula, but it will soften the water and moisturize your child’s skin. This fragrance-free wash has been tested by dermatologists and pediatricians, so you can rest easy knowing that it will be safe and gentle for your child.
One of the best things about using this creamy wash to create a safe bubble bath for kids is that if your child gets it in their eyes, it won’t sting and cause tears. They’ll be able to splash, have fun and get clean, which makes bath time a breeze.
BABY Daily Wash & Shampoo
When it comes to the best lavender bubble bath for kids, our BABY Daily Wash & Shampoo is a trusty go-to. It may not be your traditional bubble bath, but it can still make the water sudsy. The lavender essential oils infused into this product will make bath time calming for you and your kids. This wash also has colloidal oatmeal, which means it’s gentle and soothing for kids with sensitive skin.
Using the right products for a kid’s bubble bath is essential. You want to make sure that they enjoy the experience but also get clean. You also want to make sure you are protecting their delicate skin. Our calming baby wash and shampoo can make bath time a thrilling experience for everyone involved.
Go Beyond the Bath
After your kids have had a chance to get clean and relax in the bubble
bath made just for them, make sure you are keeping their skin soft and supple
with the right moisturizers. Use a daily
lotion or a soothing
relief lotion to keep your child’s skin soft and smooth.
The Best Bubble Baths for Kids
To help you find the best bubble baths for kids, Vitabath® has a variety of options to choose from. Our products are luxurious and contain all-natural ingredients that will clean, protect and moisturize your child’s skin.
They deserve a chance to unwind after a long day, and our bubble baths can help with that. Once you’ve put the kids to bed, you might consider indulging in some soothing bubbles as well. Check out our selection and find the bubble bath that’s right for you!
When Can Kids Have Bubble Baths?
Pediatricians and child experts say that it’s best to wait until your child is 3 years or older before giving them bubble baths. Any younger, and there’s an increased risk your child could develop a urinary tract infection. If you want to try a mild formula first we can recommend using a small amount of the BABY Daily Wash & Shampoo or the Soothing Relief Creamy Wash. Pour a small amount in the water, swish it around to create some lather.
How Do You Make a Bubble Bath for Kids?
Luckily, making a bubble bath for kids is just the same as how you would make it for you. You’ll pour the bubble bath into the running water as the tub is filling and then let your kids enjoy the scents and fluff of the bubbles as they bathe. Again, per the advice of Pediatricians, it’s best to wait until your kids are 3 years old to give them a bubble bath. If you want to try a mild formula first we can recommend using a small amount of the BABY Daily Wash & Shampoo or the Soothing Relief Creamy Wash. Pour a small amount in the water, swish it around to create some lather.