Funatic foam – good clean fun!

We were sent these products for the purpose of writing this post – all opinions remain honest and my own. 

The first thing I noticed about this foam was the amazing scent – this was because I managed to spray myself in the face. Great start. Moose found it funny and luckily the big ingredient in Funatic Foam is soap!

Moose absolutely loved bath time when he was a baby. He was never happier than when he was sploshing around. Then he had a change of heart when he was around 2 years of age and all of a sudden bath time became less of a dream and more of a nightmare.

He HATED his hair being washed and wasn’t massively keen on playing in the water anymore and to be honest I could never really pinpoint why. Nothing had ever happened as far as I knew to put him off. Weird. After chatting with a few other Mums it turned out that this was a common issue!

So after that I decided to try to make it fun again. I felt like injecting the fun back into the bath time experience was absolutely necessary if we were ever going to conquer this.

What is it?

Funatic Foam is a super soap. It comes in a recyclable spray bottle with a reach of 3 metres! It’s safe for little eyes and I found it to be a really good cleanser and kind to Moose’s skin. He can be prone to rashes with some products but Funatic Foam was great for him!

The foam is available in 3 scents; Blue Bubblegum, Green Apple and Pink Berry and to add to the fun the foam is coloured too! Moose had great fun spraying the wall and himself with the easy to use trigger.

I did notice that the foam made the floor a little slippery so as with any products used in the bath/shower I would urge a little caution. The cost of the foam isn’t bad at £5.99. It’s not dissimilar to the cost of single use products such as bath bombs and this has more than one use!

In the summer Funatic Foam would be a great product to use outdoors!

We really enjoyed playing with Funatic Foam and I would buy it as a special treat. Funatic Foam is available to buy from Tesco and Smyths


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