Bad Dream Buster


What is it?

A super calming lavender-scented room spray to keep boogeymen outta your kid’s dreams, and outta their bedroom. Midnight wake-ups? Forget it. Creepy shadows? No. Eerie noises? Silence. Six-headed beasts under the bed? They should be so lucky.

Bad Dream Buster is vegan-friendly and gluten-free (but, uh, definitely not for eating), and can be used in anyone’s bedroom, from tiny squirts to big, hairy grown-ups. Also it gets bonus points for assuaging grumpy mornings and mid-afternoon tantrums (and that’s just for parents).

If you know someone whose eye bags are so big Coles could charge 15c for them, gift them Bad Dream Buster in the Big Kids Gift Set or the Nighty Night Bundle. They won’t be able to express how thankful they are! (Because they’ll be asleep).

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Made in Australia
Sulfate & Paraben Free

What's in It

Water, caprylyl/capryl glucoside, benzyl alcohol, natural fragrance (contains lavender oil), dehydroacetic acid.

No: Silicones, parabens, PEGs, sulfates (SLS/SLES), GMOs, mineral oils, petrolatum, synthetic colours or animal testing.

Cute, clean, and worry-free!

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P.S. Do not spray Bad Dream Buster directly onto anyone’s skin. That’s a no. Always use under adult supervision. For external use only. Give it a good shake before use and make sure you store it below 30ºC.


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How-To: Bad Dream Buster


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Spray before bed time wherever nighttime nuisances are known to lurk, (under beds, along windows) to ensure calm, happy dreams, and a fright-free room. Don’t spray on skin, we’ve got much better ways to frighten away skin monsters.

No more night frights!

The essential monster repeller for every bedroom.

How Zoë Foster Blake uses Bad Dream Buster

"My five-year old has taken complete ownership of Bad Dream Buster. He insists on his ritual every night, just as I go to turn out the lights, of spritzing all the ‘monster’ areas in the bedroom he shares with his little sister. So, over both their beds, under his bed, in the cupboard, and across the window, cos we all know that’s how the dang beasts get in."

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