Safety 1st Nature Next Bio-Plastic Infant to Toddler Bathtub

08/30/2009 at 05:00 AM ET

Safety 1st’s Nature Next Bio-Plastic Infant to Toddler Bathtub ($11) is made with Bio-Plastic, a durable plastic developed from renewable plant resources like corn and tapioca, instead of fossil fuels, and incorporates bamboo (a renewable resource) and recycled plastic. This basic tub can be used with an infant or a toddler — when your child is older, turn them around in the tub to sit flat on the bottom. There are two accessory holders for shampoo and body wash and a shower hook to help dry and/or store the tub.

Other products from Safety 1st’s Nature Next line that we’ve reviewed include:

— Nancy, Queens, NY mom to budding comedian 3 ½ year old Ben and princess-in-training 1 ½ year old Allegra, loves finding stuff that makes her family’s life easier.

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Margo on

Oh I love this idea. Is it bpa/pthalate/pvc free? Anyone know if there are glass baby baths available?

laura on

my son was too big for this tub by 13 months, ikea has a tub for toddlers that is great and the infant to toddler tub with the sling for newborns is way better than this one imo for younger babies

Kate on

This is exact copy of Eurobath by Primo that BRU carries for years, it looks narrower though where toddler’s legs would go.

Pam on

Does this tub come with a plug? Ours did not.

Tiffany on

Definitely copy of Eurobath. I love the newer EB though because it has the plug and not that drain hose thing that was attached when I bought my first one 6+ years ago. This model is cheaper though.

MontanaMomma on

Please watch Food, Inc. ( or King Corn ( and you will discover the truth about corn.

Biodiesel and “renewable” corn products are not as renewable as they are touted to be and are actually far more taxing on our planet than conventional sources of fuel. I am not saying regular plastics are any better, but I would not pay more for a product made from corn when I could get a comparable one made from plastic at a consignment store or on Craig’s List. Bamboo is another so-called “green” product that is not really so green.

Although it looks like the Eurobath, it is actually quite a bit smaller.

Jules on

Geez im 45 and i bathed my babes in a normal bath. Did them no harm. Dont know why mums today have to be so ‘precious’ about their kids!!! Let them go outside and eat dirt as it will increase their immunity and let them have a bath in your bath!!! Lets go back to old fashioned parenting when our kids were kids and not projects.

Beth on

My sister got this as a shower gift. Her son is not quite 2 months old and almost too long to fit in the infant side. He won’t be strong enough for the toddler side for several months and at that point he could just go in a regular tub. Very poorly designed in my opinion.

Rach on

Hahahah Jules, I loved your comment !! I received and bought so many of the baby tubs and stuff and the best place of choice to bathe my son ? The sink ! I just got rid of all that stuff and gave it away. They are nice ideas, but sometimes the baby hates it so much, or like me, you just don’t have all the patience in the world to fill it, bathe baby,empty and sanitize it and then trying to find somewhere incognito and out of the way to store it.

On another note,has CBB done a review of the Graco Blossom High Chair yet ? It is a really really good product !!!

Margo on

I have the littlebear bath, it’s awesome. Doesn’t hurt your back or knees!