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But when it comes time to get your wriggly newborn clean, you may find that you need all the help you can get: A wet baby can be very difficult to hold onto, especially if he doesn't enjoy being wet. Enter: baby bathtubs, which can make it easier to bathe your little one.

Keep in mind, though, that babies outgrow most infant tubs by 6 months. When your little one is capable of sitting unassisted, she can bathe in "the big kid tub," equipped with a nonskid mat or stick-ons to prevent slipping.

We reviewed recommendations from parents in the What to Expect community and asked our editors for their top baby bathtub picks. Each of the options below has important safety elements to keep baby secure during tub time, along with select features to create a more enjoyable bathtime experience for you and your little one.

Age/weight limit: 5 pounds up to 3 months, or when baby shows controlled movements such as rolling (newborn sling); about 8 months, or when baby can pull up to sit (reclined side); up to 25 pounds (toddler seat)

These baby-sized basins give you plenty of options. Whether you set it on the countertop or directly into the regular tub, these are often made from easy-to-clean plastic with features like molded bottoms to keep baby upright or removable slings that prevent them from slipping. Their roomier size can accommodate from the newborn phase through the first couple years but can also take up a significant amount of space.

Bedtime routines can be a challenge, so let Calming Baby Bath help make it a magical experience. The hydrating and tear-free formula contains Lavender & Chamomile to help whisk baby away into a sweet slumber and keep skin kissably soft. Nighty-night!Available in 9oz, 16.5oz and 30oz.

It's time for that first bath - and you've been looking forward to it and dreading it in equal measure. Some babies instantly take to the water while others take time to adapt to this new experience - but there's a baby bath for everyone.

There are non-slip baths, fold-up ones if you're short on space, baths to use in the sink, baths with built in thermometers, and baths that double-up as a changing station. If you're looking for a bath seat or support rather than a baby bath tub don't miss our 10 of the best baby bath seats

To help you decide on the ideal baby bath for your little one, we've found a selection that offer various features, so you can get a sense of some of the best options out there. We spoke to parents and editors for their thoughts on which baths worked for their children, and tested them with families across the UK.

Whatever you choose, be mindful never to leave your baby unattended in a bath - even the most shallow of waters can prove hazardous. If you'd like more practical information on bathing, we've put together a handy guide on how to bath your baby in 10 simple steps.

We know the list of products you need for a new baby can feel endless, so if you're looking for more helpful ideas we've rounded up some of the best baby bath towels, best baby toiletries and best baby bath accessories if you're looking at other handy toys and tricks for bathtime.

If you're looking for a baby bath with lots of exciting features then it goes without saying that they will most likely cost you more, but if you just need something simple yet practical, then you won't be disappointed with the cheaper options.

Cleverly designed by parents, this stylish, deep bath makes washing your little one as stress-free as possible. The foam backrest creates a comfortable baby bath chair for newborns, while for older babies there's bottom support so they can sit up easily.

The Shnuggle bath's generous depth allows you to submerge them up to their shoulders, the tub has a depth of 34cm which is enough room for your baby to be immersed and not too restricted. Plus it is light to carry around and doesn't take up too much space it's more of a bowl shape compared to a rectangle. Also it only uses 2 litres of water an


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