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Tinti Natural Bath Products

Submitted by on August 28, 2010 – 9:58 amNo Comment

If you have a child that isn’t all that keen on bathing, Tinti may just change their mind!

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Price: £2.99 to £3.99

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Initial thoughts: We received three Tinti bath products to review: Green Bath Foam, Pack of 3 Bathwater Colours and Pack of 3 Crackling Bath Pops. They are suitable for three years and up. On the packaging it says they make bath time fun ‘naturally’. We were looking forward to using them.

We liked: Tinti bath products are plant based, soap free, pH neutral, dermatologically tested and preservative free. They are simple to use and make for a very colourful bath time. Luckily they don’t stain hair, hands or the bath! This is a good thing as the Bathwater Colours are BRIGHT! The Bath Foam felt wonderfully creamy. It was great fun to use and easy to encourage the boys to spread it over themselves and have a good wash. The best product was the Popping Bath Candy. If you remember edible popping candy or Space Dust then this stuff with be rather familiar. It makes a fabulous popping noise and is fascinating to watch. There were squeals of delight when the Popping Bath Candy went into our bath water.

We weren’t keen: The packaging is gaudy and bright. If I saw these products in the shops I would dismiss them as being full of chemicals, which they’re not. Most natural products are packaged in white or pale green, although I guess they are being targeted at children. Also you would need to supervise your children to make sure they didn’t eat the products as the Bathwater Colours and Crackling Bath Pops look and smell like sweets!

Overall:  These products are brilliant and they do what it says on the box, they make bath time fun. If you have a child that isn’t all that keen on bathing Tinti may just change their mind! We loved them.

[By Sandy at Baby Baby]

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