Bath time is always a fun time for my children. They love to pretend to swim and playing with their bath toys. Therefore, I am really happy to review Crazy Soap to add more fun to their bath time. 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.
They come in 3 ranges:
- Crazy Soap Foam (RRP £2.00 225 ml) – It is soap in a can that can be squirted, moulded and bounced into any shape. It is available in green or white. Get everyone to use their imagination and try animals and funny shapes before using it to get squeaky clean. We found it hard to mould if we have very wet hands. I think it is best to play first while your hand is still fairly dry. It is very challenging to mould into any shapes for my children and me. My son managed to mould a ball and had a lot of fun bouncing it against the tiles.
- Crazy Soap Body Paint (RRP £2.49 150 ml) – It is a soap that’s a paint and it is 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. They used it on their arms and legs. Again this is easy to apply when the upper body is fairly dry and is easy to wash off.
- Crazy Soap Bath Goo (RRP £2.99 250 ml) – It is soap that looks like yellow goo. Scoop it and squidgy it under running water and turn it into fruity fragrance bubbles for bath time fun that cleans kids as they play. The children really loved this as it made a lot of bubbles and they had a lot of fun splashing one another.
Overall, Crazy Soap adds a dimension of fun to bath time and is good value of money. It can get very messy but it is very easy to wash away from the body and bathtub without staining the tub. I rate this 4 stars out of 5. I love the fragrance too. It made the children smell so sweet. The Crazy Soap range is now available from Tesco and Morrisons and Lloyds Health Village Thurrock. Find them at www.crazyforkids.co.uk
Disclosure: We received the samples for the purposes of writing this review, however, all thoughts and opinions remain our own.