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Soap Soundz is a brand new company launched to help families with children reluctant to wash their hands. Soap Soundz combines fun soaps with cool smells and fun sounds. Soap Soundz soap might look like an ordinary bottle of liquid hand soap….but when the user pushes the pump down, they are treated to a musical tune or message, emitted from the bottle, as they wash their hands.
The Hygiene Heroes line is targeted toward children and toddlers. The fun music and message helps encourage kids to wash MORE and MORE OFTEN which ultimately leads to more healthy kids and households. The music also acts as a timer, playing for 20 seconds, the minimum wash time for effective hand washing (CDC).
The Season Harmony line a decorative accent to kitchens and baths during various major holidays. Right now they offer a Halloween, Memorial Day and Christmas version. The music played is relevant to the particular holiday being celebrated.
We were sent the Captain Cleanhands Rocket Raspberry Liquid Hand Soap. I liked the soap and I liked that it encouraged children to wash their hands. My children liked the soap as well. The soap had a sweet smelling berry scent to it that we liked. The one thing we didn’t like however was that the soap was not Eco-Friendly or all natural. But no one in our family had any allergic reaction to the soap.
This soap comes in 7 different styles and scents. Soap Soundz has scents from Rocket Raspberry Scent to Sugar Cookie Scent for Christmas. Soap Soundz has very reasonable pricing for $5.89 each for all 7 styles/scents.
For more information please visit: www.SoapSoundz.com
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