Keeping Clean Is Kids Stuff

One thing that as parents we instill in our children is cleanliness.  From washing their hands regularly to having baths before bedtime.

When my kids were little they used to love bath time, it was always fun with various toys, soap crayons where they could draw on themselves.  Having fun and making it something they do naturally means that keeping clean is kids stuff.

About Kids Stuff

Knowing that at times it can be an ongoing battle to get our kids into the bath, Kids Stuff have been helping parents for over 20 years.  Developing products that are fun and get our children being creative and at the same time getting clean. At the same time using ingredients that are mild to the skin.

Crazy Foam

The Crazy Foaming Soap is a mild and gentle mouldable foam.  It allows children to explore their creative side, whilst cleaning their delicate skin.  Can be used in the bath or use for sensory play.  Just squirt the foaming soap into the palms of your hands and get their imaginations going.

There are 4 colours available

  • Blue
  • Purple
  • Pink
  • White

Colour Changing Bubble Bath

Kids will love the magic you can perform when using the colour changing bubble bath.  Pour into water and watch the bubble bath change colour as it mixes with the water.

3 options available

  • Glittery
  • Orange to Green
  • Red to Blue

Giveaway

If you would like to try these products for yourself I have 2 foaming soaps and 1 bubble bath to give away to one lucky reader.  See below on how to enter

Kids Stuff Giveaway

Have you seen my other great giveaways

SEAMS Hand Cream

The Little Book of Prada

Purition Chai Latte

Shane The Chef Cookbook

Shake Off Board Game

Win A Maybelline Bundle

The Fathers Day Prize Bundle

 

 

 

 

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156 comments

  1. I can’t remember that far back! I don’t have any children but would love to win this prize to donate to charity.

  2. I used to love baths as a kid! I used to love to lie in the bath with the bubbles surrounding me so the only thing my mom could see was my round face!

  3. I loved making ‘potions’ with lots of different soaps. I must have made such a mess but my parents always let me do it.

  4. I used to love bubble bath. We used to use Matey (don’t know if it’s still available), and if you saved enough labels you could send off for a pirate eye patch.

  5. Filling up all sorts of empty containers and shampoo bottles and making my mum a cup of bath water tea 🙂

    1. Pretending to make potions using allmy mums expensive products! Oops! Know how she felt now seen as my daughter now doea this to me!!

  6. Me and my sister used to share a bath on a Sunday night. We’d lie there listening to top of the pops on the radio whilst our dad recorded the music. Wonderful memories

  7. Getting my mum to put my hair into a point while she was washing it – think I secretly wanted to be a unicorn from an early age

  8. It was a long time ago, but I always loved the bubbles and pushing plastic toys under the surface and watching them pop up out of the water.

  9. I loved relaxing with lots of bubbles. 7 of us in the house, so bath time was once a week and I would be lucky to get 10 minutes to myself without someone banging on the door, needing in. Good times.

  10. bathtime in general was fun when I was a kid my mum always made games up or told stories and we always had bath toys there were 6 of us but we all had an amazing childhood we were very fortunate, we were not wealthy in the money sense we were quite poor but we were wealthy in love and happiness from both my parents and thats all that matters to me.

  11. My favourite part was definitely splashing! My mum and dad used to say that there was more water outside the bath rather than in it

  12. Me and my sister used to play potions in the bath. It was just mixing bits of soap and shampoo together in a little dish but we loved it!

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