My children like having a bath.
The younger two sometimes go in together and have a range of bathtime toys to entertain them.
However, there are always the evenings where they are distracted by other things and a bit reluctant to get in the bath.
We were lucky enough to be offered the opportunity to review some Crazy Soap.
Is there any better sound than young children splashing around and squealing with delight?
Actually there is a lovely bonus to such fun in that they are also getting very clean.
Specially formulated for children, Crazy Soap Foam, Paint and Goo are mild and gentle on the skin with a fruity fragrance.
Kids can make shapes with it, paint with it and make bubbles with it, having fun and getting clean at the same time.
I was a bit concerned that the products might have an adverse impact on the children’s skin but this was absolutely not the case.
Crazy Soap Foam is in a can and can be squirted, moulded and bounced into any shape. Get everyone to use their imagination and try animals and funny shapes before using it to get squeaky clean. RRP £2 for 225ml
Crazy Soap Body Paint (RRP £2.49 150 ml) is a soap that’s a paint and it’s available in blue or red. Try painting one hand blue and one hand red and then rub together to make purple before washing off to reveal clean skin underneath. RRP £2.49 150ml
Crazy Soap Bath Goo (RRP £2.99 250 ml) is 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 kids as they play. RRP £2.99 250ml
My children both loved all the Crazy Soap products. Their favourite varied from night to night. They sometimes played gently and they sometimes went wild. However, they always listened to me about not putting on their face and so on.
I also think the Crazy soap range make a fun and affordable gift for when your little darlings get invited to several parties per month.
The Crazy Soap range is now available from Tesco and Morrisons and Lloyds Health Village Thurrock. Follow on twitter @CrazySoap_Kids