A few weeks ago I was contacted to review some bath products, Crazy Soap by Kids Stuff. I immediately agreed as Moo and the little boy love baths. I think baths are a great way to break up the day and let them both clam down a bit!
At the moment they currently bath together to make it easier for me, and can spend up to 20-30 minutes in there just playing., so having these bath products to test out was perfect.
Kids Stuff philosophy is:
Child friendly, with formulations developed to be fun whilst gently cleansing delicate skin.
Sensory and tactile, making bath-time special. Even grown-ups can join in the fun!
Lovingly Made in England.
First up we tried the Crazy Soap Shake and Sparkle Foam Bath. It foamed up really well, lots of bubbles which is great for a child’s bath. I have to admit, I struggled to see the sparkly bits in the bath once it had been run, but I am guessing I didn’t give it a proper shake, it does clearly state on the bottle “shake me up”
Next up was the Crazy Soap Bathtime Fun Foaming Soap. This was great, it states on the can “squirt it, mould it, bounce it” and you can do exactly that. The foam is a firm foam once squirted so its really easy to mould into shapes and balls. The only downfall was I wouldn’t use it to wash the children in as it didn’t foam up into a lather. But we had great fun moulding balls and even making a duck! (I thought it looked like a duck anyway!)
Lastly was the fantastic Crazy Soap Colour Changing Bath Foam. This was by far the best. Moo thought she was in her very own swimming pool and it looked like a blue lagoon. It started of orange in the bottle but once the water hit it, it changed the water to a lovely fresh blue.
With the bottles came some great finger puppets for the children to play with, but they were quickly discarded for the foaming soap!
Crazy Soap was definitely a hit for our bath time routine! You can buy crazy soap in your local supermarket prices vary depending on the store.
I was sent these products free for the purpose of this review. All opinions and words are my own.