Moms Are Going Crazy For Asda's £1.27 'Bedtime Massage Mist' That Gets Kids To Sleep In 'Minutes'
Whenever you become pregnant, people seem relentless on telling you how you're never going to sleep again. It's somewhat of an urban legend that having a baby automatically means you'll forever be trying to get said baby to sleep, and even when you do, they'll be awake in a couple of hours anyway.
However, mothers are now raving about Asda's Little Angel's Bedtime Massage Mist, which they say helps their tots fall asleep in "minutes".
Costing just £1.27 (an absolute bargain for how much any parent values sleep), the item's official description says:
"Our Little Angels Bedtime Massage Mist has been specifically formulated with all your baby's needs in mind. It contains a lavender and chamomile fragrance and is perfect for baby massage to relax baby before bedtime. Our light mist, containing cotton seed extract, will moisturise your baby's skin leaving it soft and smooth. It is also hypoallergenic, dermatologically tested and paediatrician approved ensuring it is just right for your little angels."
A mum took to social media to share the tip with fellow parents. Writing on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains Facebook group, she said "Little Angels Massage Mist, I bathed my kids and put this on them both."
"My son is four years old and my daughter is five months old and it worked a charm, got them in pyjamas and they were both asleep within 10 minutes," she continued. "It's usually hard to get my son to go to sleep on time, [he] always plays up. Only £1.27 from Asda."
The Little Angels mist is part of the supermarket's baby range, with the product described as "perfect to relax your baby before bedtime".
It contains lavender and chamomile, promising to moisturise baby's skin to leave it soft and smooth.
It's also hypoallergenic, dermatologically tested and paediatrician approved.
And it's garnered rave reviews. "I use this on my little boy too!" wrote one happy customer, while another corroborated. "I've always used a lavender spray with both my boys works a charm".
This article originally appeared on vt.co