Genius hack mum swears ‘helps kids fall asleep in 10 minutes’ is sold at Asda and only costs £1.30

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Getting children to sleep at bedtime is the Holy Grail of parenting. And sometimes the more exhausted the kids are, the harder it can be.

So when a mum struggling to get her little ones to the land of nod, took to social media to sing the virtues of a genius hack, other parents snapped it up.

Writing on Facebook, the parent revealed she uses a £1.30 product from Asda which she claims sends her kids to the land of nod in just 10 minutes.

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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.

"It's usually hard to get my son to go to sleep on time, [he] always plays up.

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The Little Angels mist is part of Asda's baby range, and contains lavender and chamomile fragrance. The product costs just £1.30 from the supermarket giant and promises to moisturise your baby's delicate skin, leaving it soft and smooth.

The hero product is described on the back of the bottle as being "perfect to relax your baby before bedtime". It is also hypoallergenic, dermatologically tested and paediatrician approved.

Other mums on the group couldn't get enough of the £1.30 product, with one commenting: "I use this on my little boy too!

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"I've always used a lavender spray with both my boys works a charm". Others tagged their mum friends in the post, with one suggesting it might work on her friend's daughter "on the nights she turns into an owl".

Another wrote: "I keep seeing good reviews of the Little Angels stuff. "May be worth trying with the boys so they're not up until 11PM."

Asda advises users to keep the spray away from baby's nose and mouth and avoid contact with eyes. In the event of skin irritation, discontinue use immediately.

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