Want to be the favorite Grandparent? And win brownie points with your grandkids' Mom?

How about a HUGE shark soap to make bathtime fun?

 

Each shark weighs in around 12 ounces so you probably shouldn't let them take the whole shark into the bath unless you really want to spoil them.

 

They will come out smelling like Bubblegum, yes you'll want to envelop them in a hug even more than usual.

 

DIRECTIONS:

Remove the biodegradable shrink wrap and then remove the eye, so that no one puts it in their mouth.

 

For your child/grandchild to get the most enjoyment from the Bubble Gum Shark, when it's unwrapped put it on plastic plate, or something that won't break in the bathroom, and with a slightly wet face washer or face cloth, rub the shark until the face cloth is loaded up with lather, or you could do it for them, of course, but I think that they would have more fun doing that part themselves.

 

Or you can cut it into smaller manageable pieces. It will require a sharp knife but its no more difficult than cutting hard cheese. Your grandchild could choose which part to cut off first.

 

When they are done with the Bubblegum Shark, make sure it is not sitting in a puddle of water, it needs to dry out between uses. See Care Instructions below.

 

The plastic eye is a choking hazard, so this Shark soap is not for children under 3 years of age.

The plastic eye is stuck on with soap but will fall off quickly and may become a choking hazard, so please remove it before taking the shark in the bath tub and supervise your child, as you would anyway.

 

FRAGRANCE: A nostalgic, childhood favorite of bubblegum - berries with sugary goodness. Compare to the scent of Bazooka Bubble Gum.

 

INGREDIENTS

Coconut Oil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Water, Avocado Oil, Buttermilk, Canola Oil, Organic Shea Butter, Castor Oil, Fragrance, Kaolin Clay, Sodium Lactate, Black Cumin Seed Oil, Skin safe colorants and Tussah Silk.

 

WEIGHT

Each shark weighs 11.5+ ounces

Bubble Gum Shark Bar Soap | 11.5+ ozs

$19.95Price
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  • Due to the glycerin naturally produced in soap, it draws moisture to itself, AKA it is a humectant. This means making sure that it has the chance to dry out when not in use. Please do not leave it sitting in a puddle of water when you have finished your bath or shower.

     

    To get that extra mile, I have found that rubbing the soap onto a wash cloth makes it last a lot longer, which took a bit of training as I used to lather the soap directly on my skin.