Review and giveaway – Cocobubble soap paints

My girls love bath time. The combination of bubbles, bath toys and splashy fun is a winning one. I often look out for products that help make bath time fun – squirty toys, character bubbles, bath crayons etc. I was recently sent some colourful soap paints from Cocobubble. These looked perfect for adding to the bath time fun.

 

Six Cocobubble soap paint pots in pink, yellow, blue, purple, green and orange on the edge of a bath tub with a yellow duck sitting in the middle - "Review and giveaway: Cocobubble soap paints"

 

Cocobubble products are aimed at making bath time fun for kids while using gentle, natural ingredients that aren’t too harsh on young skin. This was especially important for us as Sophie suffers from eczema and some products have a tendency to make this worse. Cocobubble also aim to be eco-friendly. Their products are not tested on animals and are also 100% vegan. The packaging is completely recyclable and the products are handmade in the UK using UK-based suppliers.

 

The soap paints come in two sets. The primary colour set consists of strawberry soap paint (pink), lemon soap paint (yellow) and raspberry soap paint (blue). The secondary colour set has orange soap paint, lime soap paint (green) and lavender soap paint (purple).

 

Open soap paint pots in blue, yellow and pink with some of the soap scooped out

 

Each of the soap paints smelled amazing. Jessica and Sophie particularly liked the strawberry and raspberry ones. The soft soap can be scooped out of the pot and then “painted” all over the body. The colours are more pastel than bright, with the blue (raspberry) soap paint being the most vibrant.

 

Blue soap paint over Jessica's arm

 

My girls loved painting their arms, legs, faces and tummies with the soap paints. They were having lots of fun and getting clean at the same time. Naturally they then moved on to painting the bath tiles too. As it was just soap, it was easy to clean the colours off the tiles afterwards and there was no staining left behind either.

 

Cocobubble soap paints smeared over bath tiles

 

Cocobubble soap paints are suitable for children over 3. They are free from parabens, mineral oils, SLS and SLES. I found them gentle enough to use on Sophie’s skin without causing any irritation or dryness. They’ve certainly been a big hit with my girls who now ask me if they can “paint rainbows” over themselves (and the tiles!) at bath time.

 

Jessica's arm covered in blue and pink soap paint

 

The Cocobubble team have offered one of my readers the chance to win a set of Cocobubble primary and secondary colour soap paints. To be in with a chance to win, please enter through the Gleam form below. The competition is open to entrants from the UK only. The winner will be chosen at random after the competition closes at 23.59pm on 15th October 2017. For full terms and conditions, please click the link on the Gleam widget. Good luck!

 

I received a set of Cocobubble primary colour soap paints and secondary colour soap paints to review for the purposes of this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

 

Win a set of Cocobubble soap paints

 

Rachel Bustin

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