Thursday, 9 May 2013

Crazy Soap Review

A couple of weeks ago we were sent a whole bag full of excitement by the people from Crazy Soap to have a play with.


We have:

Bath Goo (RRP £2.99 250 ml)
  ~ A fruity jelly like substance which makes a good amount of bubbles and turns the water yellow (which is a bit weird).

Body Paint (RRP £2.49 150 ml) ~ in blue and red, with a squishy sponge applicator for 'painting' the soap on yourself, (or your bath).

Foam (RRP £2.00 225 ml) ~ in white and green, a really tactile foamy mousse that holds together so that you can form it into shapes and even throw it.

It all smells really fruity and feels moisturising, and is mild and gentle for your children's skin, and is a great way to get them to actually use soap when they're in the bath!

I honestly think it's almost impossible to adequately review this product and let you know what it's like without you seeing it, so here you go...


We really like Crazy Soap, we've used it about 8 times now and nothing is anywhere near to running out yet. More importantly it has been kind to my childrens' skin and they've got out of the bath clean!

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.

It is available from Tesco and Morrisons, and Lloyds Health Village Thurrock




I was sent the 5 products shown in return for a review. The opinions are all my own.

13 comments:

  1. It's great fun isn't it - it is always requested at bathtime in our house now!

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    1. Yeah, same here. Only issue is when we are in a hurry!

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  2. looks interesting! would love to try these out

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    1. They are really good, I recommend them, especially the foam :)

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  3. Sooo cute. I love your ginger ninjas. the foam looks particularly interesting (fun in kids talk)

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    1. It is the favourite by far. I'll tell them you called them that, they'll be so proud :D

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  4. Looks good, might have to invest!

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    1. It's a definite treat - I think it'll be a Christmas stocking favourite :)

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  5. The boys are so so so cute! Product looks great for Messy Play in the Tuff spot in the garden too :)

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    1. the cleanest Messy Play --- cleaning the mess while playing :)

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    2. Awww, thank you! They have already played with it actually. I used it for the clouds in the penguin video and then put it on a tray with the penguins and an 'iceberg' made from polystyrene and they had a great time :D

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