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Blooming Bath Review

Today I’m bringing you a Blooming Bath review — one of the softest, cutest baby bath products on the market!

Blooming Bath Description

Handmade from incredibly soft, cuddly materials, Blooming Bath’s petals hug any sink to create an adorable, safe, fun and convenient bath time experience for your most precious possession. Blooming Bath’s plush materials cradle and cushion your baby like no other baby tub can. Forget about those hard plastic baby bath tubs or baby bath seats that are uncomfortable and don’t cradle your child during bath time. It’s a unique, easy, hassle-free experience that allows you to enjoy those special moments bathing your infant.

Using and caring for this soft bath couldn’t be easier. 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 plush flower will be dry in no time.

The Blooming Bath comes in 4 bright, fun colors:

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My Blooming Bath Review

I was sent a yellow bath (free of charge to facilitate this review). Made using a 100% polyester lining with a polyurethane foam fill, the Blooming Bath flower is so squishy and soft! It fit perfectly in our kitchen sink and transformed it into a luxury bathing experience for my son.

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When you’ve got a newborn, a bath in the sink just makes sense. They are so tiny; why waste a full tub of water? Sure, there are other baby baths on the market that allow you to use less water but, let me ask you, would you rather bathe in a hard, plastic tub, or on soft bed of foam?

I may not be a baby, but I do enjoy a nice hot bath when I get a moment to spare. I’m not going to lie–I’d like to have an adult size Blooming Bath to line our bathtub for luxurious bath times for me! I’m a little jealous of my son!

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After using your Blooming Bath, just wring out your bath and either hang to drip dry (this is what I do) or throw it into the dryer for about 10-15 minutes. Trying to dry the bath is probably the only drawback to the Blooming Bath. It is kind of bulky and hard to get the water out of it at first. I typically would squeeze it out as best as I could, then hang for a few minutes, then squeeze again and throw it into the dryer to finish.

While Jacob is probably close to the point of outgrowing this tub, you can see how you could still use it with a 17 month old baby.  It saves us water at bath time plus it’s handy for quick clean-up after a messy dinner. I’m not sure if you noticed in the picture below, but if you look closely you can see tears in Jacob’s eyes. He was having a rough day (busy week + missing naps = cranky baby). The minute he hit the water in his Blooming Bath, he was happy as can be!

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Once your child is older, like my Jacob, you can also put it directly into the bathtub to give them a comfy place to sit.

Don’t you want to ditch the plastic and go for comfort and style with the Blooming Bath for your baby?! It also makes a wonderful baby shower gift! I can’t wait to use this with our next baby!

You can find Blooming Bath on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. You can purchase a Blooming Bath directly from their website for $39.99 and you can also find it at

Disclosure: The review item was sent at no cost in order to facilitate this review.