Method Squeaky Green Baby Bubble Bath Eco Product Review
Written by Adam
After my friend Kate did some sterling work reviewing a candle, and once she had her baby I thought she’d be the perfect person to review Method’s Squeaky Green Baby Bubble Bath:
“I was thrilled to be asked to review the Method Squeaky Green Baby Bubble Bath as I’m keen to use the best products I can when bathing my six month old son, Harry and as you’d expect from Method, this bubble bath doesn’t contain any phthalates, parabens, SLS/SLES, numbing agents or animal by-products and is derived from 99% natural ingredients.
“The bubble bath come in a very funky, penguin shaped bottle, which although clearly aimed at children is still very stylish (for a bubble bath bottle). The product is scented with mallow and rice milk and left Harry smelling good enough to eat. In fact I liked the smell so much that I’ve been using it in my bath.
“My only disappointment was that despite several attempts I was unable to produce any bubbles so perhaps it’s should be labelled as a bath soak rather than a bubble bath. As Harry is a little too young to appreciate bubbles then this wasn’t really a problem and if bubbles mean chemicals I’d rather he forgo them.
“This product definitely gets the thumbs up from me as an everyday essential and combined with Method’s Squeaky Green Body Lotion and Squeaky Green Hair and Body Wash I think this would make a fabulous gift for a new eco conscious baby.”
Method Squeaky Green Baby Bubble Bath costs around £5 and is available from places like Big Green Smile and other online retailers.