Hypoallergenic Bubble Bath

My son loves bubble bath but has very sensitive skin. I have found that I can use the cheap store brand baby shampoo, which is hypoallergenic, and it works great and doesn't irritate his skin. Plus you get a lot more for less because it makes so many more bubbles!


By Erricka, NC

September 30, 20050 found this helpful

A cute pump container and you have a special gift for his friends also!

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October 2, 20050 found this helpful

Some soaps can clog the tubes from the bladder out of the body. Do you know if these cheap shampoos clog? I have always been careful with buble baths since opening a clogged tube is very painful.

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February 11, 20060 found this helpful

That first suggestion is probably going to be my besst bet. My son and I have eczema and love bubble baths so we were looking for something that we could use in the tub that wouldn't irritate our skin.I never thought to use a baby wash as a bubble bath. Thanks. :)

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