Spa Baby Tub Review And Giveaway

How many of you have been excited to put your new baby in the bathtub for the first time only to be disappointed by the shivering and screaming? I know I was! As soon as his cord came off, I couldn't wait to get pictures of him taking his first bath. It ended up being a very unhappy experience with him shivering and screaming! We cut the bath really short and I only got 2 pictures of my mad baby.

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Thanks to the Spa Baby Bath Tub, our new baby won't have to go through this traumatizing experience! Let's face it, tiny babies love the warmth and the regular bathtubs just don't provide that for them in an inch of water.

The Spa Baby Tub takes the European approach to bathing babies. For years, they have been bathing their babies in tubs that allow them to sit in a natural upright position with warm water up to their shoulders. This allows babies to feel as if they are in a similar environment to that of their mommy's womb!

It is easy to use for Newborns up until they can go in the big bath tub like Mommy and Daddy! Not only is this bathtub relaxing, it is also super safe! The Spa Baby Tub is free from BPA, phthalates, PVC, and lead!

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My Thoughts On The Spa Baby Tub
I was able to use this tub on my neighbor's 3 month old. I did watch the instructional video before I took it over there because it seemed like it would be a little awkward with a baby who could barely hold his head up! You have to hold the baby with one had and bathe with the other. It actually ended up being a lot easier and natural than I had originally expected!

We chose a place that we could bathe him with ease. We tested the water and filled it up where it would come to his shoulders. This took a little trial and error but we figured out the right amount of water.

I was immediately impressed. He seemed very happy and relaxed. We were able to wash him and he loved it! I'm sure with practice we'll get better and more relaxed with using it, but it seems to be a big hit!

I didn't want to post any pictures of that baby using the Spa Baby Bath because he's not mine. There is a gallery of babies in their tubs on the website!

I can't wait to use it with our own new baby when he is born in a few months! I will definitely post pictures of him relaxing in his Spa Tub!

Buy It
You can purchase the Spa Baby Tub for $44.99 on their website.

WIN IT!!
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One of my readers are winning a Spa Baby Tub!!

To enter, visit the Spa Baby Website and Tell me something that you learned about the tub! This is required and must be done before the extra entries count!

EXTRA ENTRIES!
You can do any of these things for an extra entry. Make sure to leave a separate comment for EACH thing you do.

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3- For TWO extra entries, You can subscribe Via email...type your email into the box under my button and hit subscribe! Leave me a comment letting me know you did!

4- For TWO extra entries, Blog about this giveaway and link it back to my blog AND Spa Baby!

5- Follow me on twitter AND tweet about this giveaway. Please leave me the link in your comment where you "tweeted" about the giveaway. Just following me does

6- For FIVE extra entries, purchase a Spa Baby Tub before the end of this giveaway.

7- Add my blog to your technorati favorites! (click on the button in my sidebar) Leave a comment letting me know you did!!

Contest ends at 11:59pm EST on February 9th when I will draw a winner at random. PLEASE leave your email address if it is not visible on your profile. I will notify the winner on February 10th and they will have 36 hours to respond before I will choose a new winner!

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Carrie said...

I learned that you can clean the tub by rinsing it out, no scrubbing unless it's been "one of those baths"!

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Rebecca said...

I learned that it's good for colicky babies. thanks for the chance!

Rebecca said...

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Kebi Cedawna said...

I read a tip that said this tub makes it really easy to get the wrinkles around the neck clean. No more crusty cereal hiding in there, Yuck!

Kebi Cedawna said...

I'm a follower

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I'm suscriber too :)

Stephanie said...

I found this tip interesting:
Some babies love to stand in the tub with the additional buoyancy they feel, when you first place them in. As long as they are well supported by the parent, it is a great way to let them adjust to the tub in the first minute and really enjoy the bath. Make sure you have them well supported with both hands. They will be grinning from ear to ear. Then you can gently help them sit down in the tub for their bath.
Thanks!

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Stephanie said...

I blogged! (comment #2)

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I tweeted...and I'm following you!
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gahome2mom said...

The position in which the baby sits is similar to the womb. Thanks.


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mom2anutball said...

I learned that its great for babies with colik!!

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Annie said...

If you want to give your baby absolute contentment, let them suck on the end of your finger for the first minute while they are in the tub. Babies love the warm secure feeling of the tub and allowing them to suck in such a natural environment is without comparison for them. Baby bliss.

I have never thought of letting baby suck my finger like this in the bath. hmm

I love this product!

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EllyBean said...

I learned that your baby can stand safely without getting hurt due to the buoyancy! ( my little girl loves to stand in the tub and I can't stand it because I think she's going to get hurt!. I also like how the water fills up and I don't have to worry that my child is getting cold!


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Karen said...

This is a good tub for babies with colic.

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EllyBean said...

#1 I blogged about this giveaway.

http://connected2christ.com/theblog/2009/01/29/two-of-a-kind-working-on-a-full-house-spa-baby-tub-review-and-giveaway/

EllyBean said...

#2 I blogged about this giveaway.

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Rhen @yestheyareallmine said...

This tub is fantastic!!! I loved the tips on washing roly poly babies. Ours are very chubby babies!

shopannies said...

its the way europeans give their babies baths
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Reeva said...

babys are comfortable as hte position is similar to that in the womb of the mother.

Reeva said...

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twittered about the giveaway twitter name is shopannies here is the link http://twitter.com/shopannies/status/1160695557

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Lisa said...

I love that it lets the baby sit in a natural upright position!

Danielle said...

great for babies w/ colic

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Karen said...

I'm a follower!

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Karen said...

I like that there are no hidden places for germs to hide! My baby screamed so much that we had so sponge bath her for months!

Nutty mom-- said...

They said it makes washing under their neck really easy. That would have been great for Peanut, she always had weird stuff in her neck fold, and it was really hard to wash.

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Tracye said...

I think it's cool that the baby sits in a position similar to in the womb.

Jessica said...

this tub is great for babies with colic and mimics the womb.

Katie said...

Wow, how amazing and cool! The tub is shaped like Mommy!

Thanks for the generous giveaway and the chance to win, Dee!

Please check out my two giveaways at: http://whatdidkatiedid.blogspot.com/

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Tylerpants said...

The tub lets baby sit in a natural upright position with water up to baby's shoulders.

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I'm a follower.

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Carolyn G said...

I learned that somehow it is good for babies with colic.

Carolyn G said...

I follow

A Psych Mommy said...

I learned that it is BPA and PVC free--and also recyclable--all things I love!

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Amanda B. said...

I learned that is you let them suck on your finger when they are first in the tub they go into baby bliss. LOL!!

Amanda B. said...

I am following your blog.

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I am an email subscriber.

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I am an email subscriber. (#2)

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valerie2350 said...

support baby's chin

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Kelly said...

I went looking for this info because I wanted to know - and I found it - it's made of polypropylene, so BPA-free! :-)
I've seen variations on this for a year or two - basically since right AFTER my youngest started going into the big tub - and now that #3 is coming along, I'm definitely interested in getting a tub in this style!

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cchis9 said...

I learned that the tublets them set in a natural upright position and that It is more reassuring for them. Also you don't really have to clean it every time after bath. You just rinse it out unless it was a really messy baby in the bath!! :
) This really looks like a neat item. Thanks for the give away!1

Cat@3KidsandUs said...

I love that it allows you to fill to chest height and keep the baby warm without wasting a ton of water.
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An iMperfect wIfe said...

You've hosted some great giveaways this weekend- thank you!

I actually really appreciate that you have to be present with the baby when bathing. They should be supported and not left alone in the tub- even for a few seconds to answer the door, phone... so I like that feature.

But I also like how little water it wastes given that we all need to be working to conserve more resources today!

Jenny

jessie said...

It's BPA free! Love it!

one frugal lady said...

I love that it is non-toxic, recyclable and BPA free! With all the worries going around with plastic, this sounds great! These sound so much better than regular bath tubs, I love it! Thanks for the giveaway!

Aura said...

I never realized that it's the extra bouyancy that makes my kiddos wanna stand in the tub. All I can say is i'm sick of tripping over my baby bath, it would be a pleasure to have a bath that takes up so little space! Kuddos to the mom who had to deal with companies in China to get this made for the US market.

Aura said...

I subscribe

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I subscribe #2

The Jacobson Family said...

I learned that it is great for colicky babies....what a cool product, I wish I had one when my little guy was an infant!
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kristina e said...

i read its just like the mommy's tummy when there in it thats why they like it...cool

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Chelsey said...

The shoulder level water keeps the baby warm! This sounds great! Thanks for the giveaway. mybabyappleseed(at)yahoo(dot)ca

James and Andrea said...

Oh, I don't say this EVER, but I HOPE I WIN! The picture is so sweet and I HAD to show my husband. What a neat idea! I love that it's made of BPA free plastics and is very safe! Thank you for listening! I do care what kind of plastic my baby is exposed to! Anyway, this is adorable. Thanks!

NHmommy said...

2. Can Spa Baby Tub be recycled when my baby is too old to use it?
Absolutely. It is a type "5" plastic which is commonly recycled.

NHmommy said...

i'm a follower

Leigh said...

It is free of BPA, phthalates, PVC, and lead - what a wonderful idea! I loved looking at the pics in the gallery of all the smiling babies in the tub!

Halifax said...

I like the fact that the tub is non-BPA and has no paint

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Halifax said...

I'm a subscriber

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cherice said...

I learned that "the tub calms the baby by providing an environment much like the one where they spent their very first nine months. It's even great for colicky babies" which all sounds great! Thanks.

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Clary said...

What a great product. When I saw this product I learned that is recyclable which is great. The child is in an upright position which makes it so easy to bathe. I loved that teh water covers up to the babies shoulder so it will keep the baby warm at all time.

cherice said...

I subscribe!!!

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Clary said...

I am a subscriber

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Becky said...

What a cool tub!
I learned that you can put soap right in the water and then you don't have to lather them up!
This would also be so great for camping where there is never any nice place to wash a baby. My baby will be 7 months camping this year and this would be sooo perfect!!!
Thanks for the chance!
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Hollie said...

I learned it is recyclable. This is a great idea. We actually don't have a tub for our 2nd arriving in the next week b/c we had such bad luck with tubs for our first.

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Stacy said...

It can be recycles when you are done with it. How helpful.

Thanks for the giveaway!

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Tracye said...

I follow your blog.

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I'm an e-mail subscriber.

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Sara said...

I love that it can be recycled!

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Courtney said...

Never seen that-it is awesome!

What I learned: It has NO paint

Lisa said...

I learned that you can recycle the tub after your baby is too old for it. Pretty neat. I think my friend who is due in April will like this.

Courtney said...

I follow!

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Lisa said...

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Tracye said...

I have your new button on my blog.

Lisa said...

I am a follower...much like sheep. HE HE.

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paula h said...

It proves an environment much like the one where the baby spent their very first nine months.


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Just Another Hofeling said...

I learned that you can just use a very small amount of a bathtime wash such as Johnson’s Bedtime Lavender Wash and put it directly into the tub. Then you don’t require any further baby wash and simply use the tub water for hair and body. except for the face ,you use clean water.

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LeeAnn said...

I learned that the baby may be more calm if you let them suck on your finger for the first minute or so.

Keitha said...

I learned that it only takes a small amount of water! Thats great! I also learned how to put the baby in the spa and how to give the bath because I watshed the vidio. LOL! Thanks

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andrea v said...

This would have been wonderful for my son that hated bathtime. Helps babies stay calm in a natural upright position with warm water to their shoulders.
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Rich, Brittani, and Nugs said...

I am not sure what happened to my last comments... so i will leave them again!
I thought it was neat how they explained it helped to get the "hard to bathe" areas like the neck folds- I always had trouble with that part with my daughter!

Rich, Brittani, and Nugs said...

I am a follower!

Ames said...

I learned that the natural position for relaxing is upright :) Thanks!

Anonymous said...

It keeps the baby worm becuase the small amount of water comes to shoulder level.
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nape said...

I learned that you can buy Spa Baby at Canadian Kids Furniture in Kingston, Ontario.

Great giveaway. Thanks!

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Email entry #1: I'm an email subscriber, which is how I discovered this giveaway.

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Amy - AKA - TigerMommie said...

I am a follower.......I used a tub like this with my son, so it's hard to say I've learned something new from the website. The tub we had was called a Tummy Tub, which I got from New Zealand. I did like how it mentions that babies don't need a bath every day. It's something I know, but something I really wish my fiance would understand! He still thinks our 2 year old has to have a bath every day and every time he poops!

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Lindley said...

I learned that it is good for colicky babies- which is great because my son had colic and we are now expecting baby #2-thanks!
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Kaitlin said...

I learned that you're supposed to support the baby under the chin while they're in the tub.
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Buki Family said...

this looks like it will get all the midnight snacks out of my son's neck! what will he do now? :)

Marlena U. said...

what a great product...and an easy help for colicky babies. thanks for the chance. m_huston(at)hotmail(dot)com

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Jessi said...

i learned it was recyclable, non toxic and bpa free

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Minnesota Mami said...

This tub is helpful for colicky babies too.

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I subscribe via e-mail - extra entry #1

Sweet Mommy Dreams said...

I learned and this is off importance to me when buying products is it is recyclable non-toxic and bpa free. This looks like a great product.

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Minnesota Mami said...

I subscribe via e-mail - extra entry #2

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Brooke said...

This is such an awesome tub! great idea! I have a nephew who is 5 months and does not like his baths! I bet he would like this!

I learned that the Europeans have been doing this for years. They bathe their babies in tubs that let them sit in a natural upright position!

Thank you so much for the chance!

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demmi said...

Europeans have been using it for years con5459(at)gmail(dot)com

Sallie said...

It's recyclable! Pretty cool.

Sallie said...

I'm a follower.

TwoWishes said...

I like that the plastic they use is non-toxic -- can never be too safe!

TwoWishes said...

I just subscribed via email!

Taylor said...

I learned that the shoulder-level water will keep your baby warm. Thats so important if you ask me.This spa tub looks like a dream, so much easier than trying to hold your baby in the tub. Thank you for hosting the contest. Thanks for hosting this contest.skyxsky27(at)gmail.com

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