Pros: Fun, kids will enjoy tub time play with it
Cons: Doesn't lather as much as a good body wash gel
Kid Care Sport Foaming Body Wash has made bath time easier for my five-year-old son, who used to run when he heard the word, "bath." Kid Care makes a variety of bath products for kids, designed to make time in the tub more fun.
Kid Care Sport Foaming Body Wash
Kid Care Sport Foaming Body Wash is a body wash for children over the age of three. There are a variety of different colored foam body washes to choose from. The tall canisters feature a sports theme design, with a colored lid to match the foam color of the body wash.
I purchased a special 3-pack of the Kid Care Sport Foaming Body Wash, on sale for $4.99. The pack came with a green, purple and blue 8 ounce foam body wash canisters.
Each 8 ounce canister has a push down button and opening for the body wash foam to dispense from. The canisters are pressurized, and the foam comes out similar to a shaving cream. The directions for use require that the canister is shaken before dispensing, to get the foam consistency.
Kid Care Sport Foaming Body Wash contains the following ingredients: Water, Isobutane, Stearic Acid, Propane, Triethanolamine,Lauramide DEA, Fragrance (Parfum), Lanolin Oil. It may contai 1.Bluen Yellow 5, Red 33, Blue 1. The product contains no Chloroflourocarbons.
Fun Factor: Kid Care gets points for putting the fun back into bath time. The foamy soap is easy for kids to wash with, producing a creamy, foamy lather. The different colors add to the play factor and I have seen a kid in our tub with rainbow arms and a "blue beard." Fortunately, the foam is not easy for my son to dispense on his own, so I have to dole out squirts of foam as needed. He has enjoyed many evenings of creative bath play with the Kid Care Sport Foaming Body Washes.
Cleansing: The foam can be put on a washcloth, sponge or shower gel pouf to create a lather for washing. many kids, however, may prefer to play with the foam or "paint" it on, which does not seem to lather the body wash as much. The light scent is not overpowering, and washes off with water. For some parents this may be desirable, while others may prefer soaps that leave a scent on the skin after a bath. The foamy body wash does seem to clean, but it does not lather as much as other body washes we have used.
I purchased the 3-pack of Kid Care Sport Foaming Body Wash for my son because I knew that he would enjoy using it in the bath. It looks like fun when he paints with the foam, so the fun factor is definitely a plus for kids who try to avoid bath time. I alternate soaps for my kids, so this is the body wash that I pull out when I really want my son to take a bath. I would not recommend it as the only body wash or soap for kids, but it works well enough for a silly and fun bath adventure once in awhile.