It’s been a while since I’ve worked with Mr. Bubble but we haven’t stopped using it, that’s for sure. I just received samples from them of the Mr. Bubble 3 in 1, body wash, Shampoo and Conditioner and I’m excited to use it on the kids. Well, Miles has decided that he has outgrown bubbles but Zoe and I will enjoy it. Which brings me to the question? When are you supposed to separate your kids in the tub???
I love the Mr. Bubble 3 in 1. Mr. Bubble makes getting clean almost as much fun as getting dirty. A gentle, hypo-allergenic formula that’s tear free and dye free. The bubblegum fragrance and tons of suds makes bath time fun! This 3-in-1 formula is perfect for cleaning from head to toe! This formula does not contain animal-derived ingredients and is not tested on animals. The other one is a sensitive formula that is extra gentle.
There is a new Mr. Bubble App that you can try if you have an iOS device, the Mr. Bubble! app.
Join the iconic Mr. Bubble character that has delighted kids & parents for over 50 years and splash, pop, paint and wash in a virtual bathtub. With big buttons for little fingers and lots of interactive animations and sounds, it’s an app kids won’t be able to put down.
NO ADS or IN-APP PURCHASES, the Mr. Bubble app comes compete with three fun mini-games to play:
Pick from a group of cartoon kids (or Mr. Bubble himself!) or use your own photo to paint on with bubble or foam soap. Make bubble beards or hair, just like when you play in a real bubble bath. You can then save or share your bubble paintings.
Mr. Bubble Washup
Get Mr. Bubble dirty with everything from beach sand, a messy peanut butter & jelly sandwich or a friendly (but muddy) dog, then turn on the shower and wash him clean!
Other Mr. Bubble Features:
– Works on all iPads (including the mini), iPhones and iPod Touches with iOS 5.1 or later!
– Beautiful Retina graphics for iPad and iPhone
– Designed for kids 3-6, with no text instructions to read
– "Child-safe" mode that keeps little ones from accessing the more complicated screens like settings, camera/photo album, or sharing photos via email.