What’s the definition of soapy fun? Wett Giggles.
Encouraging good hygiene at a young age begins with a fun strategy. “Incorporating toys, suds and laughs is a sure-fire way to teach hand-washing and good hygiene,” Karen St. Clair tells HCRSourceBook. “Young children often enjoy playing in water and washing their hands.” Karen developed her playful approach to teaching soap strategy through her company, Wett Giggles, a brand of handmade, natural glycerin soaps. Nine different 3D-shaped soaps are shaped like children’s favorite animals – ducks, puppies and frogs. Featuring Shakespearean-themed names, Karen designs her soaps in the brightest colors and the fruitiest scents, like watermelon, blackberry and coconut. Yum!
Wett Giggles soaps come with nail brushes so that kids can have fun washing their hands and get them squeaky clean. Very cute!
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