Monday, October 29, 2007

Squid Soap by Airborne Teaches and Trains Children to Wash Hands

The flu already visited our home early this season, luckily it was mild. However, I'm sure it will return in full force, which is why I'm constantly on my kids to wash their hands. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, hand washing is one of the most important things children can do to help stay healthy.
I was lucky enough to receive Squid Soap by Airborne. It's the first hand soap designed to teach and train proper hand-washing technique to children, perfect timing for my three year old.

Here's how it works:

  • Press the pump to get "inked" by the ink marker with vegetable dye.
  • Wash for about 20 seconds thoroughly to remove the ink mark.
  • Leaves the child with clean hands.
  • Takes the guesswork out of whether or not your child's hands are clean.
  • Fun and effective.




My three year old of course loves the squishy squid toy that came along with the "ink soap", as she calls it. At this age, getting her to wash her hands is certainly not a problem. I can't keep her away from playing in the water and making a huge mess in the bathroom. However, I do struggle with keeping the soap on her hands long enough to actually clean them. With Squid Soap, she keeps scrubbing until the ink is gone and we know she's cleaning them thoroughly.
Squid Soap is great kids of all ages and adults too, encouraging healthy habits that benefit the entire family.
Available at many leading retail stores throughout the United States.
To learn more visit Squid Soap

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