When my daughter was two, I thought bubble baths would be fun. I read every label in the health food store searching for the safest, natural bubble option. I was alarmed to find that a majority of the labels had warnings about prolonged exposure and girl’s urinary tract systems. I was also concerned, because a friend of mine swore her daughter developed eczema from a commercial character bubble bath. I was lucky to find Clearly Natural Happy Kidz Bath Bubbles.
Clearly Natural Happy Kidz Bath Bubbles is sodium lauryl sulfate free and is very gentle on young skin. It has a pleasant aroma, but you do have be careful not to get it into your child’s eyes. Clearly Natural Happy Kidz Bath Bubblesis scented with pure essential oils only. These essential oils are anise, cedar, clove, orange, peppermint, petitgrain spearmint and tangerine. Unfortunately, Clearly Natural Happy Kidz Bath Bubbles newer bottles come with the same urinary tract warning. I wonder just how long prolonged exposure really is. As I dig a little deeper, I notice that it also contains sodium laureth sulfate, which is related to sodium lauryl sulfate. I feel this is somewhat misleading to promote a product as sodium lauryl sulfate free on the front label, while it contains sodium laureth sulfate. Is this ethical?
Perhaps Clearly Natural Happy Kidz Bath Bubbles isn’t the great product I thought it was, but it does make nice bath bubbles! Other natural bath products I have tried do not suds up they way I want, so I have settled on this product. Maybe my children don’t need bubble baths?