Friday, December 9, 2011
Squid Soap ~ Review & Giveaway ~ Ends 12/20
Hand washing is extremely important as I am sure everyone knows. But did you know that only 30% of people who have coughed or sneezed wash their hands afterward? 1 in 3 Americans doesn't wash their hands after using the restroom... Kids are even worse! In a study of junior high school boys and girls, only 58% of the girls washed their hands after using the restroom, and only 48% of the boys did! Think about that next time you shake hands with someone you have just met!!!
Good hand-washing routines need to start early. If you establish good routines early on in life, they are more likely to stick around in later years. That is where Squid Soap from My Soap Time comes in. Squid Soap is really neat because on top of the pump it has a little marker that makes a dot on the top of your hand. When you wash your hands properly, and for the proper amount of time, the dot will wash away! This teaches children that you need to scrub your hands for a certain amount of time before they are actually clean, not just to run them under some water, or scrub them for a few seconds.
Squid Soap also has a really nice smell, so it makes you hands smell really nice after washing unlike some soaps. And it has a plastic top you can put over the marker for adults if you don't want to get the marker on your hands.
You can purchase Squid Soap online from My Soap Time.
Would you like to win your own bottle of Squid Soap??
Giveaway Ends on 12/20/2011
Open to US residents ONLY
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Posted by corabeth at 12:26 PM