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Good Bubble Kids Clean Skincare & Haircare Review

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As part of my role as an accredited blogger for Love Lula, I’ve chosen to review a selection of natural products from Good Bubble kids range. We have to be careful what we use on Ava as she had awful eczema when she was a baby and still suffers occasionally. I started off trying Good Bubble Kids Bubble Bath, after getting on well with that, tried more products. Read on to find out our verdict. {

Good Bubble Kids Clean Skincare & Haircare Review

About Good Bubble Kids Clean Skincare & Haircare

Love Lula say Good Bubble kids products are “naturally-derived and organic, suitable for newborns and those with sensitive skin.”

They are free from:
•Sulfates (including SLS and Sodium Coco-Sulfate) 
•Artificial Colour

They are made in the UK, suitable for Vegans and never tested on animals.

Good Bubble Kids Bubble Bath

The first thing to tell you about Good Bubble Super Bubbly Bubble Bath with Cloudberry Extract* is that it smells gorgeous. The kids say it smells good enough to eat (though I have made it crystal clear that it should not be eaten!). We had a slight mishap, as I foolishly said that Thea could add it to the bath. Two seconds later, and she had emptied about 3/4 of the 400 ml bottle into the bath. Safe to say there were a LOT of bubbles!

Even when you use a normal amount, it makes good bubbles. As with all natural products, you get fewer bubbles than from a regular bubble bath, as it doesn’t contain SLS. Coming in at £3.29 for 400ml, I think it’s great value (unless you use most of it in one bath!)

Good Bubble Kids Hair & Body Wash & Coconut Oil

Next, I tried the Good Bubble Grubby Gruffalo Hair & Body Wash with Prickly Pear Extract (£3.69)*. The Hair & Body Wash is also great, and washes the girls hair well without drying it out. We take it to swimming as it’s a good safe saver. I used their Good Bubble Organic Coconut Oil (£6.99)* on my own skin and on Ava’s. I have used coconut oil before but this one smells more coconutty and is super creamy. It makes me wonder if the other one I tried was not a pure and organic one like this.

Good Bubble kids clean bubble bath, hair & body wash and organic coconut oil

Good Bubble Kids Travel Toiletries

As we were so happy with the first Good Bubble kids toiletries, I ordered a set of their travel toiletries to take on holiday. I’m pleased to say they did not disappoint either.

Good Bubble kids clean travel sized toiletries review

The Shampoo, Conditioner, and Hair & Body Wash all lived up to our high expectations. They smell equally lovely and leaving the girls’ hair soft and clean. At £1.99 for 100ml each, they are not as good value as their larger counterparts, as is always the way with travel products. But they are so convenient for travel, it’s worth it for me.

Where to Buy Good Bubble Kids Natural Products

Although the products are not all totally natural, generally hitting the 98% mark, they are pretty clean. I am very happy to say the Good Bubble kids range has not irritated Ava’s skin at all and we will carry on using them.

Good Bubble have a wide range of kids products, ranging from £1.99 to £6.99, which you can browse through my affiliate link here*. 

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