Around here bath time is all splashes and giggles. The kids play with each other and their toys and have an all around great time until the soap comes out. When the soap comes out, the fun seems to disappear.
Lush gave us the opportunity to
bribe the kids bring the fun back into washing and to try out Fun.
What’s fun all about? Fun gives back, helping children that were affected by the 2011 Japanese earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster. When you bring fun home, you are helping give fun back to children affected by the tragedy.
But what is it? It’s like play-do for the bath. The kids can play with it, mold it, sculpt it, stick it to the walls, stick it to each other. They can play with it without realising that rubbing it all over themselves is doing exactly what I want them to, clean.
To make bubbles, you can run it under the water. To clean the kids, you simply grab a chunk of fun and get to washing. You can use it to wash skin and hair – making it a fun multipurpose, delicious smelling addition to bath time.
My favorite? The lemon-lime green is cool, refreshing and delicious smelling!
Lush suggests a great idea. Flatten a bit of the fun on to wax paper and create fun shapes for the bath. What a great way to create a sensory bath for kids. The excess can be balled right back up and put back into the candy-roll container. We had a new Hello Kitty Cutter perfect for this idea. But I left it up to Olivia and gave her a couple of cutters and chunks of pink and green to play with in the tub.
Half-hour and occupied and cleaned kids later it was time to rinse them off. I was a bit surprised that there was half of the chunk I gave her in the beginning, hiding there under the bubbles.
At $6.95 tube? That’s a frugal bath activity I will be using in the future. Break it down per bath and I would say it’s about $0.69 since the roll has been demanded since it arrived in the mail from Lush (about ten baths ago) give a few, so even more value for your money!
Looking for ideas for bath time? Lush Fun is the way to go.