Kids Stuff Crazy Soap Review

It no secret around this blog that the monsters HATE bath time, I am always on the hunt for products to make it a little more fun. I always think it is best to have a basket full of kids products that they can choose what to use, we all know toddlers and preschoolers can be fickle at times and love something one day and hate it the next! So we were very excited to add Kids Stuff Crazy Soap to our kids bath time basket...



Kids Stuff kindly sent us 2 bath paints (red and blue), 3 foaming soaps (blue, pink and white) and 1 colour changing bubble bath. 


The Crazy Soap Foaming Soap (RRP £2.00) is a bit like shaving foam BUT its a thicker soap that can be moulded and bounced into any shape. I cant say we got any further than a ball! 

The Crazy Soap Body Paint (RRP £2.49) is paint that's a soap! Get messy to get clean...yes really!! It’s available in blue or red. 

The Crazy Soap Colour Changing Bubbles pour the gold sparkly liquid under a running tap and watch the water magically turn blue! Oh and you also get a cute bath time friendly penguin finger puppet to play with!!

We tend to shower the monsters so that we can just get it over and done with (literally they hate baths so much, it takes longer to fill the bath than the amount of time they stay in it!) So we haven't yet used the colour changing bubble bath.

So we grabbed our bath time goodies and started the bribe of bath time...


Jenson was desperate to try out the body paint and for the first time ever I had a child begging to get in the shower first rather than running the other way! Jenson was super chuffed that there was red paint, his favourite colour no less! He couldn't quite figure out that he could get messy at bath time and kept saying 'what sooooo I can cover myself in red paint yeah mummy?' as if to just confirm that he hadn't misheard me!



He had so much fun painting himself and then using the foaming soap to clean himself off, it definitely made bath time a little more bearable (lets not mention hair wash time hey!) 

The monsters favourite product was definitely the Kids Stuff Crazy Soap Bath Time Body Paint, it definitely made bath time smile time...


113 comments:

  1. Make it fun and not a chore! Coloure bubbles fascinate all children and buying children their own set of bath toiletries makes them fel special!

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  2. We love soap foam! and the paint looks like something that G would definitely love!

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  3. These look great, my little girl would love them x Lisa Mack

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  4. Lots of toys

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  5. The promise of a bed time story after!

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  6. Make it fun!

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  7. we find it easier to have morning baths as come bedtime when she's tired, a bath is the last thing she wants

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  8. have lots of bubbles to make it fun

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  9. Luckily mine have always enjoyed the bath but I did take them swimming from an early age.

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  10. I always make sure my daughter has plenty of toys in with her.

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  11. A variety of different toys and activities.

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  12. Have everything there and use a timer so they know when they have to get out by

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  13. Being relaxed and playing bath time games

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  14. Lots and lots of bath toys to keep them in the bath.

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  15. Stand back and enter when the choas has stopped!x

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  16. Talk and giggle about your day@bexallum

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  17. Encourage play and toys in the bath they don't have to be expensive special bath toys mine love a plastic toy kettle and cups so they can play cafes

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  18. let him have a play after washing his hair

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  19. Lots of waterproof books

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  20. I get my husband to do bath time.

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  21. Lots of things to play with and do.

    Kirsty Fox

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  22. Make it super fun, we have loads of toys, bath paints, loads of bubbles and we splash.

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  23. Lots of bubble bath, my kids love it

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  24. Lavender water :)

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  25. My top tip is to put a toy teapot in the bath ....my daughter could play with it until shed turned into a prune!

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  26. lots of bubbles, and I sometimes read a book to my son

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  27. Bath toys! A rubber duck and a pirate ship!

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  28. Ive never had this issue as from the day I bought the girls home I have bathed them and I have always tipped water over their heads in the bath, letting it run all over them and now neither of them are that bothered about getting water in their face when washing hair. I only have to say do ou want a bath and 2 year old will go turn the taps on. we always have lots of bubbles and lots of toys

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  29. Accept there will be water everywhere....just accepting that makes it a whole lot less stressful!

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  30. pop on some music, my kids age from 1 to 10 they all love a bathtub singalong (don't tell my 10 year old I told you though she is far to cool for that now)

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  31. We let him take one of his toys in the bath,a car, bit of lego

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  32. Make it fun, lots of bath toys and splashing

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  33. We play 'bubbles'.

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  34. Make it lots of fun!
    We love crazy foam! :)

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  35. my daughter pretends to be a mermaid so o by her the costume to bath in it really helped :)

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  36. lots of bubbles to make bubble beards, funny every time :D

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  37. get everthing ready befor hand and then lots of bubbles ducks and fun

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  38. Lots and lots of floating toys works for us!

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  39. I always get in with my 3 year old, makes it more fun

    Debbie hay

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  40. make sure they play during bathtime

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  41. a couple of toys, but nothing too elaborate - a duck and a boat usually xx

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  42. Samantha scivier - I always put some music on, m children enjoy singing along to songs in the bath

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  43. Making it fun by giving them toys to play with.

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  44. Lots of empty shampoo bottles - lots of fun filling /emptying/pouring.

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  45. plenty of bath toys and get everything ready like clean pjs etc before the bath

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  46. with twins ...lots and lots of toys, and lots and lots of towels :)

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  47. Our son is autistic so it's important to prepare him for most things! So it's letting him know what time his bath will be. Reminding him an hour or so before and then just making sure he has a bit of play time as well as cleaning time!

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  48. I use distraction techniques! I start talking to my son about some interests he has while just sneaking in the odd comment...get your clothes, now just get in the bath.....before he knows it, he is bathed and done!

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  49. toys, songs and talking about there day at school xx

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  50. I let me little one take some toys in the bath

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  51. Keep them entertained and have fun

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  52. I give the kiddies empty yogurt pots and milk bottles. They love filling and emptying them. x

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  53. Lots of bubbles and toys, it should always be fun!

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  54. Making it fun makes it easy. Mine have always loved baths. We have a variety of toys that they only get in the bath like dinosaurs and bath crayons.

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  55. A colourful bathroom with lots of toys definitely makes it more appealing :)

    Clare Munden

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  56. Toys, so bathtime is a fun playtime

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  57. Lots of toys and giving my children the chance to splash about and make some noise!

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  58. Make it fun, toys, bath crayons and stuff

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  59. Keep it relaxed and clam / fun as baby will pick up on anxious and angry which wont help him/her :)

    @oneisjamie

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  60. plenty of toys and bubbles, weve never had bathtime problems, we started early and regular so they have always been used to it :)

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  61. Having everything prepared beforehand alot less stressful then having to search for what you need

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  62. start early. don't be rushed for time - it makes you more stressed.

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  63. They love getting plastic bottles out the recycling box to play with in the bath.

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  64. Bath toys and bubbles

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  65. Have everything prepared before hand and make it fun!

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  66. Lots of bath toys and bubbles

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  67. Let the children decide which three items they will take into the bath and whether they wash or play first.

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  68. Toys - my grandson loves his floating octopus!

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  69. Lots of bubbles and toys, soap paints are great as they paint a picture on themselves then wash it off before starting again

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  70. Plenty of bath toys and bubbles x

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  71. Bubble play! We love using our frog bubble blower, it comes out like frogspawn! Great to play with.

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  72. Lots of bubbles & Barbies in the bath

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  73. I love bathing both Daughters at the same time so they can have fun together x

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