Bath time has always been something of a drama in our house, Callum, although the eldest, is probably the worst out of the three boys and hates having his hair washed, Nathan and James cry a little bit but once I have done the hair wetting they will happily play until they get wrinkly fingers and toes.
Callum and Nathan were recently sent some Crazy soaps to review. I think they smell really nice and on first impressions was quite impressed with them.
Crazy Soap Foam (RRP £2.00 225 ml)
It’s soap in a can that can be squirted, moulded and bounced into any shape. Get everyone to use their imagination and try making elf hats or Father Christmas beards before using it to get squeaky clean.
Crazy Soap Body Paint (RRP £2.49 150 ml)
It’s 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.
Crazy Soap Bath Goo (RRP £2.99 250 ml)
It’s soap that looks like yellow goo. Scoop it and squidge it under running water and turn it into fruity fragranced bubbles for Christmas fun that cleans kids as they play.
My boys love the crazy soaps they loved that they could paint themselves blue like the smurfs or give their belly a smiley face and Callum loved having a beard.
The Crazy Soap range is available from Tesco, Morrisons and Lloyds Health Village Thurrock. Follow them on twitter @CrazySoap_Kids or like them on Facebook.
Crazy Soap is suitable for children aged 3+ under adult supervision and should not be used on the face, mouth, eyes, ears or broken skin.
We had lots of fun with the crazy soaps and think they would make great stocking fillers. We give them rating of 4/5.