Sunday, December 4, 2011

Stocking Stuffer Ideas–Mr. Bubble Bath Products (Product Review and Giveaway)




Did you use Mr. Bubble products growing up?  I sure did, and remember the bottle vividly.  It was always a treat when my mother would get us the foam soap to play with in the tub.  Ahh, the good ‘ol days of being a kid….


And, now with two girls of my own, I like to relive these fun childhood memories with them, by sharing products that were around when I was a little girl.  And, Mr. Bubble bath products stand out in my mind.  Recently, I was sent samples from Mr. Bubble to review, and was eager for bath time, to share these wonderful products with Savannah.  Included in my sample box was Mr. Bubble foam soap, bubble bath and their new line of fizzy bath bombs.

I have noticed that Savannah has very delicate and sensitive skin like me, so when I am buying bath and body products, I need to make sure they are made for sensitive skin.  If not, then she breaks out in a rash, and that is no fun for her or I.  Because of this, I was excited when I opened the box of samples to see that I was sent products specifically formulated for sensitive skin.


Since receiving these product samples from Mr. Bubble, bath time has become more enjoyable.  Savannah just loves the foam soap.  She can’t stop creating masterpieces on the shower wall and then wiping it away.  I especially love watching her play and laugh with these products.  And, in that moment, I am transported back in time to when I splashed around in the tub that was filled with bubbles from Mr. Bubble.


So, this holiday season, why not relive the nostalgia of Mr. Bubbles with you little ones, and pick up Mr. Bubble products at your local retailer.  These would make for great stocking stuffer gifts.

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One lucky reader will receive the same gift pack I was sent, which includes Mr. Bubble Foam Soap, Bubble Bath and the new bath bombs, thanks to the folks at Mr. Bubble.  To enter, please complete the MANDATORY ENTRY first, and then as many EXTRA ENTRIES as you like.  Make sure to include your email address, so that I can contact you if you win.

MANDATORY ENTRY:  Did you use Mr. Bubble products growing up?  If so, which was your favorite product?  Do you have a favorite Mr. Bubble memory growing up?


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Open to US residents only. Giveaway ends on Dec. 17, 2011 at 11:59PM EST. I will then use to choose a winner. Winner will have 48 hrs. to respond to my email to claim prize. If I don't hear back from selected winner, I will draw another winner.


Disclosure:  I was sent samples from the vendor in order to write up an honest review.  The views above are mine and mine alone


  1. [email protected] also entered Stocking Stuffer Ideas–Oransi Ionic Air Purifier for Refrigerator (Product Review and Giveaway)

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  3. I did not as a kid but I sure would have wanted them! My baths were bubble free :(
    ykatrina at hotmail dot com

  4. I don't remember using Mr. Bubble growing up, but I did use it for bubble baths when my kids were small. I absolutely loved bubble baths as a kid, and my kids do, too.

    debbi.diamondgrove at gmail dot com