It’s very hard to get little kids to remember to wash their hands after using the toilet, sneezing, blowing their nose and even before and after helping mom cook. No matter how many times I remind them, I won’t always be home to tell them to do it. I try to keep the FUN handsoaps, body washes, shampoos in the house to make them WANT to do it and not make it seem like they have to. Sometimes even then my 4 year old would get too excited and every 10 minutes he would need to wash his hands or face and the soap would be all over him and the sink/counter. The last time I bought a new type of soap it was a foam and I really seemed to like it and it seemed to last forever! But it wasn’t FUN- it didn’t have the fun, cool characters on it that he liked.
I was given the chance to review foaming hand soap in Disney characters (our favorite) which made all 4 of our kids happy! Having 2 girls and 2 boys, we were sent Frozen and Star Wars soaps. The pump is really big so it makes it easy for little hands to press. The 4 year old won the right to choose which soap goes on the sink in the bathroom first and Yoda won! So which only means that one of the 2 Frozen gets to go on next 🙂 The soaps have a light fragrance to them and aren’t overpowering, but enough to be able to ask your children “Did you wash your hands? Let me smell then!” The famous mom line!!! Caiden is really excited for me to get the Ninja Turtle soaps, he keeps asking to get them when he sees them at the store. I tell him he has to wash his hands and use the ones we have at home already. Great for a back to school to send with your child for the classroom! All the students with fall in love.
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