Stacey Solomon raves about £2 Lush bath bomb that softens the skin for baby bath time with son Rex

GIVING your little one an evening soak can feel like something of a chore at the best of times.

But Stacey Solomon has come up with a genius way to give baby bath time a fun, but very affordable, upgrade.

Posting a video on her Instagram Story, the TV star, 30, shared last night how she had turned her tub a pretty turquoise shade for both her and nine-month-old son Rex.

In the clip, the mum-of-three could be seen dropping Lush's 'Big Blue' bath bomb, costing £3.95, into the water before it immediately began to fizz.

The Loose Women favourite then also explained how she had used the brand's 'Ickle Baby Bot' bath bomb, £2.50, for her youngest child to enjoy behind his Babydam divider.

She captioned the post: "Rex's bath bomb is Ickle Bot from Lush. Mine is Big Blue from Lush."

According to their website, the similarly blue-coloured baby-friendly product – which contains chamomile blue oil, lavender oil and Australian sandalwood oil – is ideal for helping little ones get to sleep.

They explain that it is "designed to look after young children’s delicate skin, and is so gentle it’s suitable for babies over six months.

"Its aromatherapy oils also work to soothe irritable cherubs before bedtime. Lavender is a calming aromatherapy oil, used in traditional medicine to treat skin irritations, sunburn and insect bites."

Stacey's also has skin-softening qualities – and the ingredients include arame seaweed, fine sea salt, lemon oil and lavender oil.

  • Ickle Baby Bot bath bomb, £2.50, Lush – buy here

Lush explain: "This calming bath bomb evokes a summer’s day at the seaside: perfect for drifting off.

"Big Blue’s key ingredient is a type of kelp called arame seaweed, which softens in your hot bath water.

  • Big Blue bath bomb, £3.95, Lush – buy here

"Arame is rich in vitamins and minerals including iodine, which helps to regulate the metabolism.

"Sea salt softens the skin, helping to remove dead skin cells, while lemon oil clears the mind and, like lavender oil, is antiseptic and cleansing."

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