We love bath time in our house – it’s always a time of mayhem, giggles, water everywhere and usually Daddy E or I getting roped into joining Roo in the bath tub for a splash. It forms part of our bed time routine and it is one of the best parts of the day. We were recently given the opportunity to review a selection of products from the Crazy Soap bath range, this is a range that has been designed with fun in mind and specially formulated to be kind and gentle on children’s delicate skin. The range is for children aged 3+ so Roo at nearly 4 is absolutely perfect – not sure that at 39 Daddy E was the intended age range too but he got roped in for this!
The Crazy Soap range includes:
- Crazy Soap Foam 225ml £2.00 - It’s soap in a can that can be squirted, moulded and bounced into any shape. Encourage your little ones to use their imagination and try animals or funny shapes before using it to get squeaky clean.
- Crazy Soap Body Paint 150ml £2.49 – It’s a soap that doubles as a body paint and is available in red or blue. Try painting one hand blue and one hand red and then rub together to make purple before washing away to reveal clean skin underneath.
- Crazy Soap Bath Goo 250ml £2.99 – soap that looks like yellow goo. Scoop it and squidge it under running water and turn it into fruity fragranced bubbles for bath time fun that cleans little ones as they play.
I must admit I have stayed away from products like this because I was worried about them being harsh on Roo’s skin, a pain to get off and also horrible to smell. I was wrong though and the Crazy Soap products are brilliant for bath time.
We were impressed with the way the Bath Goo could be scooped out and squidged under running water and the bubble bath smelled lovely, we loved the crazy foam and moulding it in stupid beard shapes for Daddy E and rabbit bottom tails for Roo and the Crazy Soap Body Paint we had great fun painting stupid smiley faces on wobbly tummy’s much to Roo’s amusement.
Roo loved it because she can make shapes with it, paint with it or make bubbles with it, all whilst getting clean at the same time. Whats more, ALL of the products rinse off with ease leaving behind no nasty marks or stains (it does say to remove from tiles / bathroom furnishings in case of staining).
We were a bit upset when our supplies ran out but the Crazy Soap range can be bought in Tesco’s and Morrisons.
CRAZY SOAP COMPETITION
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