I am a huge fan of supporting local businesses, so when I was asked to review Good Bubble, I was very excited. It is a new range of kids toiletries, which are all 98% natural and contain no nasties. It is aimed at children aged 3 and over, though the tear-free, hypoallergenic formula means it’s fine for kids (and adults) of any age to use.
We received a 400ml bottle of Dragon Fruit Super Bubbly Bubble Bath and a 250ml Bish Bash Bosh!™ Hair & Body Wash, and a lovely Wine Gum fragranced candle for me – YAY!
We have been busy putting the Good Bubble products through their paces over the past few weeks, and I think it’s about time I share our findings.
First of all, the bubble bath definitely lives up to the “Super Bubbly” tag line!
The bubbles last for ages, and the fragrance is amazing. The bathroom smells fab for several hours after each use. We have jets on our bath, and the above photo was taken after using those. We were amazed that the bath was still really bubbly even when we didn’t use the jets (pictured below).
We have had around 10 bubble baths so far, and the bottle is still going strong. The lid is easy to open and close and the “Dexter Dragon Fruit” character is fun and eye catching. Syd thinks he’s a Dinosaur and likes to say “iya disorr” to him.
The Hair and Body Wash smells just as good as the bubble bath. The liquid itself is a bit runnier than most shampoo or baby wash type products, but it works really well. I have been washing both Sam and Syd’s hair with it for a few weeks now, and I love how foamy it gets.
It rinses easily from their hair and leaves it looking soft and shiny. The smell lasts well, and it passed the tear free test. I love the fact that both kids zoom up the stairs with enthusiasm now, when I tell them it’s bubble bath time!
Sam has got quite dry skin, and I usually have to put E45 lotion on him after every bath. While we’ve been using Good Bubble, I have only needed to apply it twice a week – a huge improvement! It leaves the skin feeling soft, smooth and moisturised.
I have really sensitive skin myself, and can’t usually use bubble bath. I had a sneaky go though, and am happy to report I didn’t end up scratching for days afterwards! Good Bubble’s definitely earned it’s Hypoallergenic status!
I love the fact Good Bubble are so honest about what they use in their products. The Glossary on their website tells you exactly what each of the long words listed on the ingredients is, where it’s from and what it does. I found it reassuring to read.
The Bubble Bath costs £3.99 per 400ml bottle and the 250ml Hair and Body Wash will cost £3.69. I feel these prices are fair when you consider the natural ingredients. I will definitely buy them again, and can’t wait to try the Cloudberry Kids range!
This is not a sponsored post. I was sent the items to review, but all words and opinions are my own.