Friday, May 22, 2015

Making Bath Time Fun With Soap Sox

Disclosure: Party of 5 received samples in order to bring you this review. All opinions are my own




Do you have a child that hates bath time? If so, I have a solution to that! Introducing Soap Sox




These adorable animals go from playtime to bath time in a matter of seconds. They have a patent pending pocket for soap, either bar or liquid, so your child can use their new favorite stuffed toy in the bath as a washcloth.

My girls often bathe together since it makes my life that much easier and I just toss in the Soap Sox and let them play while they are getting clean .

Soap Sox came to be when  founder and CEO Ray Phillips worked as a Program Director at a residential treatment facility with children who have experienced trauma. Ray found that one of the most difficult times of the day was bath time. Children would argue, cry, and even attempt to hide to avoid taking a bath. After repeated struggles with one child who could not part with his favorite stuffed animal to bathe, Ray came up with the idea of modifying it to hold soap – the child was presented with the then modified stuffed animal and agreed to bathe. Ray continued to use this strategy over the years with children until learning that no product like it existed on the market.


All of the Soap Sox animals are machine washable and antimicrobial. 


A 3 pack retails for $41.90 and can be found at Nordstrom, Bed Bath & Beyond as well as Callison.


There are 9 different soft and cuddly animals to chose from. Individually they retail for $14.95


I love that bath time goes much more smoothly now that Soap Sox are a part of our routine. Once they dry the girls can then play with them all over again out of the water.




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