I am sure everyone knows by now that I love SoftSoap®. Their line of kid’s hand soap is amazingly cute! I am 38 years old, and I am having fun using this line. My kids are teenagers and they love it!
What is it?
The kid’s hand soap from SoftSoap® is basically the same as the regular foaming soap. The main difference is that they offer it in the cutest kid’s characters. These make kids want to wash their hands, just so they can use them! What kid wouldn’t want to use super cool hand soap like these? These are the perfect way to get your kids to wash their hands. My youngest one has been washing more then ever before since I put these in the bathroom!
Why do we like it?
There are many reasons to love this soap! My son, when he saw me typing this post, told me to write in here that he likes it because it doesn’t irritate his hands. He is autistic, and he doesn’t like certain things. He has found that he really enjoys using SoftSoap® products.
I like it because it gets our hands clean, and has a great lather to it. They say that it doesn’t matter how much a soap lathers, because that doesn’t indicate how well it works. I personally love the lather. It makes me feel like it works better, especially for kid’s hand soap, because they are so messy when playing.
These are great to use in a kid’s bathroom, as they go with the decor nicely and would look great! They are gentle on their skin, and have a great scent.
Where can you get this kid’s hand soap?
I’m glad you asked! There are a plethora of places you can buy this soap. SoftSoap® has several different characters, including: Darth Vader, Yoda, Ana & Elsa, Olaf, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
This would make great stocking stuffers! The kids would have so much fun with this soap!
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