Asda’s 87p vapour bath has gone viral after mums call it a ‘miracle worker’ for colds

by Samantha Ball |
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Have you tried every white noise app going and even got into your car to go for a late-night drive in the hope that your little one will fall asleep (and stay asleep for the night)? *Raises hand*

Well, perhaps the answer lies in a vapour bubble bath, which mums claim has helped soothe their little one to sleep -  and the best part is it only costs 87p!

Asda Little Angel's bubble bath promises a "soothing scented soak" that's not only affordable, but is paediatrician approved and dermatologically tested, so it's gentle enough to be used on babies.

With dozens of five-star reviews online, mums have labelled this affordable product a "miracle worker."

One parent said: "I bought this for my seven-week-old daughter since birth she hasn't had a full night's sleep waking up every 2-3 hours.


"But after having a bath with Asda's Little Angels menthol bubble bath, she had a full night's sleep last night - 9.5 hours!"

Another added: Just used this on my one-month-old as he's been really sniffly for a while with a cold and as soon as he was in the bath for a few minutes we noticed his breathing improved.

"And he settled down to sleep so much better and no raspy breathing. Would definitely recommend to every I know!"

So why don't you turn that late night drive into an Asda trip, instead!

Read more: M&B's mum testers give their verdict on Asda Little Angels Vapour Bath

Little Angels Vapour Bath 500ml, 87p, Asda


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