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Bath Supports and Accessories for your Little Water Baby

Bath Supports and Accessories for your Little Water Baby

We all know how slippery babies can be when they’re wet and, for new parents who are possibly a little anxious anyway, this can become a stressful chore, rather than a fun time.  So, here at UKMums.TV we’ve been looking to see what’s available to help you with your little ones and make bath time fun for everyone!

1.  Babymoov Aquasoft - £19.99
The Aquasoft is ultra-comfy and adapts to all types of baths.  It is very safe and stable, thanks to its suction cups and is suitable for babies from birth until they reach up to 7 kg.

2. Deluxe Baby Bather Splish Splash from Summer Infant - £16.99

The Baby Bather cradles newborns with its soft mesh and head support, while the solid base gives them the extra support and security they need.  The integral head support cushion drives easily and provides additional support.  The fabric seat is removable and washable and the backrest reclines in 3 positions.

3. John Lewis Baby Bath Support – Pearl - £12.95

This ergonomically-designed support comes in a pearlised white finish and cradles baby in a perfectly relaxed position, leaving your hands free to wash or play.  Four suction pads keep it stable in the bath and it fits in any adult bath or shower.  Hygienic and easy to clean.  Suitable from birth onwards.

4. Angelcare Soft Touch Bath Support - £19.99

This ergonomically designed bath support provides optimal support, comfort and safety for baby.  It is made of soft TPE plastic which warms very quickly to baby’s body temperature and bath water.  It is strong but light weight and has an anti-slip base.

5. Shnuggle Baby Bath - £24.95

This fully supportive bath is ideal for babies from birth up to 12 months.  It has two sitting positions to help make sure that baby is supported at all times, as well as a foam backrest for comfort, non-slip rubber feet and a bum bump which helps keep baby from slipping.

Whichever aid you choose to use, always remember that you must never leave your baby unattended in the bath.

 

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