Crazy Foaming Soap is a mild and gentle formulation of mouldable foam, that allows children to explore their creative side, whilst cleaning their delicate skin.
Simply squirt some crazy foaming soap into the palm of your hand and let your imagination run wild.
Write numbers and letters on the bath tub to encourage learning through play, or let your little artists draw shapes on the tiles and each other. For giggles galore gently press the nozzle and spray foam snow into the air, or fill their hands with foam and watch the delight on their faces as they clap it into a flurry of foam.
Kids Stuff Crazy Foaming Soap can also be used for sensory play away from the bathroom. Squirt a thin layer of foam onto a tray and provide different instruments for mark making, such as toy cars, sandpit rakes, rollers, or even a fork and encourage children to make as many different patterns as they can, to encourage fine motor skills, develop the first building blocks for writing, and shape recognition to aid mathematical understanding.
When they are finished playing simply rinse with clean water for squeaky clean skin.
Hypoallergenic and Dermatologically tested, PH balanced formula to gently cleanse and moisturise delicate skin. SLES and Paraben free.
*USE ONLY AS DIRECTED. This product is not a toy. Do not spray into the eyes, ears, mouth or face. In the unlikely event of skin irritation, discontinue use. Pressurised container – protect from sunlight and do not expose to temperatures exceeding 50ºC. Do not pierce or burn, even after use. Do not spray onto, or near a naked flame or any incandescent material, e.g. electric fire. Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling the contents can be harmful or fatal. Keep away from sources of ignition – No smoking. Do not use on damaged or broken skin. Do not allow contact with carpets, furniture, walls and fabrics. Ensure surfaces are wet before application to prevent staining. Wipe clean the nozzle and bottle before store away in a cool place. BETWEEN USES IT SHOULD BE KEPT OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN