Since the girls turned six months old we have been die hard baby led weaning fans but anyone who has let any child feed themselves know how absolutely filthy they get every single meal, and with two girls who have a penchant for all things messy this means every day they have to go in the bath after tea time.
Unlike their big brother when he was small, the girls absolutely LOVE bath time. I think they would happily spend hours in their splashing, lying down and generally messing about so when I heard about Kids Stuff Crazy Soap products I knew I could make bath time even more fun for them all.
The bubble bath starts out as a brown colour with glitter and comes with a cute penguin finger puppet on the lid. As you ppour it under running water it ‘magicallt’ changes to a blue colour which Charie and the girls loved! We often attend messy play sessions and shaving foam is often used so we loved the foam soap and the fact it actually got them clean and served a purpose opposed to the shaving foam that just makes the bath water dirty! It foames really well and the girls giggled their heads off at it.Their favourite was definitely the body paint. Now I had body paint for Charlie many moons ago which ended up staining the bath so I must admit I was a tad apprehensive when I saw this product so I only let them use a tiny bit. However I’m pleased to report my bath isn’t blue nor do my children resemble smurfs! They loved rubbing it in and thought it was very funny having blue and red arms. It isn’t too runny and washed off very easily.
The products made bath time lots and lots of fun and I can see us getting through lots as they keep asking for more and more! They are available at Boots and Tesco with prices starting at just £1.60 currently!
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We were sent the products photographed in the first picture in exchange for this honest review. All words and views are my own.