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Professor Scrubbington’s Review and Giveaway

Professor Scrubbington’s Emporium of Clean is a new brand range of young persons wash products with a quirky style that I love and products that have been thought about in both packaging and what’s inside.  Suitable for both males and females, I was keen to see what my children thought about them.

scrubbingtonsWhen my parcel of goodies arrived, I was immediately impressed with the packaging, therefore knew there must be something good inside.  The cardboard box resembled a suitcase with various luggage style stickers attached – so cute!!

Inside was a selection of Professor Scrubbington products ranging from hand wash to body wash, hair shampoo and conditioner and even a deodorant.

scrubbingtons 2The packaging is very unisex and the bottles a good chunky, easier to hold design.  Where they are a little bit different is in the lids.  The hand wash has a large, chunky pump style top which is great for younger hands to push down.  The body wash, shampoo and conditioner have large style lids with a flat end meaning you can keep them stored upside down, meaning the product is always at the end of the bottle you need it at.  A simple squeeze and the product is easily dispensed into your hand.

scrubbingtons 3All the products are a minimum of 95% and free of parabens.  With gentle, mositurising Aloe Vera in them they have a light, delicate fragrance.  One of the best properties about these products is the way they foam into a rich lather, perfect for little hands to help spread the product across their bodies.

scrubbingtons 4My children loved using these products and I love the ease of use and they look good in the bathroom.  I’m therefore happy to offer one of my readers the chance to win a set of Professor Scrubbington products, just fill in the gleam from below:


Professor scrubbingtons


All reviews are my own and my family’s opinions and we received the products in order to write the review.

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  1. tracy k nixon says:

    Allow some independence and encourage your children to start washing themselves or helping to wash a sibling who is in the bath with them. I bath my two girls together and they enjoy washing eachothers back and hair!

  2. kim neville says:

    Let them help rub in soap/body wash on themselves and rinse off and then play time after

  3. aj says:

    have fun

  4. Make sure you have everything you need to hand before you begin!

  5. Natalie Crossan says:

    Make them fun 🙂

  6. Make bath time fun! My girls love a lot of bubbles x
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  7. laura banks says:

    lots and lots of bubbles

  8. Victoria N says:

    Make it fun rather than functional with songs and toys

  9. Ashleigh Allan says:

    Have lots of fun!

  10. For little ones give them plenty of fair warning before it’s time to get out, that way when the fun stops they don’t fall apart
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  11. Tracy says:

    Make it as fun as possible. If they don’t like bathtime… use toys, bath crayons or bath products that change the water colour ( depending on skin type) to make it more appealing.

  12. Kay panayi says:

    Have fun and enjoy it

  13. have lot of plastic cups for them to play!
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  14. clair downham says:

    lots of fun splashing and ducks!

  15. aaron broad says:

    Don’t wear clothes you care about

  16. Ruth Harwood says:

    Make it fun!

  17. gemma brown says:

    get everything ready before putting the children in

  18. Ursula Hunt says:

    Use no tears shampoo, washing hair can be a nightmare

  19. Jennifer Haden says:

    Make it fun, with lots of toys and bubbles x

  20. kayleigh Bates says:

    Embrace the splashing

  21. gemma clark says:

    Have everything handy!

  22. Paula Readings says:

    Keep it fun.

  23. Karl Borowy says:

    fun fun fun

  24. melanie stirling says:

    Bath times shouldn’t be a chore and as long as they have a bathtime routine then it should be simple.

  25. Tracy Newton says:

    Make bath time fun. My little one likes lots of toys, bubbles and pouring water

  26. claire woods says:

    Make it fun and turn bath time into a game

  27. Maya Russell says:

    Use an all in one shampoo and body cleanser – simple.

  28. Make it fun. Still and point at body parts, play with multicoloured soaps and create lots of bubbles

  29. Victoria L says:

    Give them lots of toys to play with.

  30. Sarah-Jane Laycock says:

    Make it fun, make it creative and engaging, encourage interaction and let them have a say in what THEY really like to do

  31. Kelly glen says:

    Make it as fun as you can.

  32. leanne weir says:

    we bought some bath letters and numbers to help them learn

  33. Mary Heald says:

    Give them a 5 minute warning before bathtime is over and allow them to pull out the plug.

  34. have lots of toys ready!

  35. Elizabeth Hinds says:

    Lots of toys! My youngest loves playing with her toys in the bath 🙂

  36. Jo Jones says:

    Always make bath time fun but do the essentials first, then the play, & tell them in advance when they will be getting out.

  37. Lisa Sands says:

    Make sure you have everything ready! And cover the floor! x

  38. Jennifer C says:

    Ensure that there’s lots of fun products and toys and bath crayons involved so they don’t consider it a chore!

  39. claire griffiths says:

    make it fun we have bubble bath bath crayons and bath paint

  40. Janet Dring says:

    It’s all about having fun

  41. Kristy Brown says:

    Preparation – make sure everything is where little (and big) hands need it!

  42. angela sandhu says:

    Make it fun

  43. Tammy westrup says:

    Have everything ready and be prepared to get splashed!

  44. Gillian says:

    Lots of bubbles, lots of toys & lots of fun, make getting out part of your game too so it doesn’t cause tears xx

  45. justine meyer says:

    loads of bubbles x

  46. Lots of toys

  47. Jill Webb says:

    Fun and bubbles

  48. Val Swift says:

    Let them enjoy themselves

  49. Mummy Fever says:

    Make sure they get their faces wet every bathtime from birth

  50. Fiona R says:

    Keep a towel handy for yourself, they do like to splash lol 🙂

  51. olivia Kirby says:

    Bath the little ones together, saves on water and makes it fun

  52. Maureen findley says:

    regular time every evening to make the children relax before bed

  53. Rachael G says:

    Plastic cups and empty bottles make the best toys – no need to spend lots on special bath toys.

  54. Lorraine Tinsley says:

    Make it fun, loads of bubbles and singing. My daughters love bath time, they sometimes refuse to get out!

  55. helen tovell says:

    make it fun with plenty of toys and bubbles

  56. Samantha loughlin says:

    Lots of toys

  57. Angela says:

    Miss A like to get her toys and make potions with empty bottles, that’s her fun when she’s in the bath

  58. steph lovatt says:

    Let them have 5 mins to do what they want before they get out

  59. Keri Jones says:

    Make it fun for them. We always let our son pick a sensible toy (not battery operated) to take in the bath. We also bought him a buzz lightyear water gun with a floating Zurg target which he LOVES!
    Get the ‘trauma’ of washing done straight away so they can play before they get out. Get a character towel or dressing gown for when they get out. Our boy loves his spiderman hooded towel & his George’s Dinosaur dressing gown 🙂 x

  60. Make it fun

  61. kim plant says:

    plenty of toys to play with will distract them when washing hair x

  62. lots of bubbles and toys!

  63. Lynsey Buchanan says:

    Lots of bubbles

  64. Becca Staples says:

    Make it fun, and lots of bubbles are essential x

  65. Megan Kinsey says:

    Let kids choose which bath toys to make it fun!

  66. Helen Meadows says:

    No tv, no radio, no phones. Just parent and child using the time to have fun and communicate with no distractions.

  67. Kel (@MoolBoots) says:

    Don’t rush it, bathtime is a great time for fun, play an dchatting!

  68. Joanne O'Neill says:

    Make sure you have everything to hand before you start and make it fun!

  69. Dawn Hull says:

    Give them time to play.

  70. Mummy of Two + 1 says:

    Make it as fun as possible with lots of bubbles and bath toys!

  71. Make bath time fun! x

  72. Carolin says:

    Make it fun, get involved and don’t get angry about getting drenched or a soaking wet bathroom floor x

  73. rebecca nisbet says:

    make it fun, my little girl loves toys in the bath, she will spend a little while in their playing, its hard to get her out sometimes.

  74. Michelle Banks says:

    make bathtime fun! bubbles, toys, songs!

  75. Cath Joyce says:

    Have plenty of toys and goggles so soap doesn’t get in eyes when hair washing!

  76. Emily C says:

    TOYS TOYS and more TOYS 🙂

  77. Stephanie Whitehouse says:

    It’s a fun time, so use an extended bath as a time filler when you are feeling under the weather. Specially good when you have a cold, as the steam helps you too!

  78. Get them used to the shower as early on as possible, so if you go on holiday or stay anywhere that hasn’t got a bath, it’s no big surprise.

  79. At the moment for us with a toddler that won’t sit still it has to be a decent bath mat, lots of toys and a towel on hand to dry up all the splashes!

  80. Cassandra Mayers says:

    Make it Fun! Let them help with the washing themselfs 🙂

  81. Make bath time fun, bubbles, toys and some music encourage splashing and games and they will love bath time! x

  82. Laura Hughes says:

    Lots of toys and bubbles! Bathtime fun 🙂

  83. Doreen Mccarthy says:

    My kids have lots of toys, and they love bubbles, bubbles and more bubbles!

  84. Nancy Bradford says:

    Don’t discourage your kids from spending time and playing in the bathtub, you will soon be greatful for them wanting to take one.

  85. Ella L says:

    get organised before hand,

  86. Laura Nice says:

    Make it fun! Toys and games.

  87. Kelly L says:

    Put some fun music on!

  88. kris says:

    have fun !

  89. Amanda Mehmet says:

    Make it fun with lots of bubbles and toys 🙂

  90. Lizzie Morris says:

    Lots of toys to play with

  91. leigh boyle says:

    bubbles! all kids love bubbles x

  92. Rich Tyler says:

    Toys, Music & Gamnes 🙂

  93. keith naunton says:

    plenty of bubbles in the bath

  94. Christine Caple says:

    Leave plenty of time to have fun!

  95. Dawn Andrews says:

    Make bathtime fun.

  96. LouLa Daniels says:

    Let them have fun!

  97. Joanna Rubies says:

    Make sure you’ve got some diver dolls to find the soap when it sinks to the bottom of the bath.

  98. emma speers says:

    Lots of fun! make bath time fun. Children develop a fear of water very early on and can dislike water in their eyes or face. From a very early age I have splashed their face a little in games and mine love the water! I add glow sticks to the water and turn the light off and the bathroom glows up. Bath time is the best time of the day!

  99. Hayley Lynch says:

    for kids who dont like books get foam letters to float in bath so make words inventing fun water games

  100. Claire Mordew says:

    My top bath time tip is to make it into playtime! I have a 16 month old and I sing songs (like “five little ducks went swimming one day”), some bath toys (duckies!) and make up stories as I wash.

  101. Nicola S says:

    We have a special ‘bath song’ which involves a bit of dancing and splashing, can only be sung in the bath!

  102. zoe somerfield says:

    Loads of bubbles and toys

  103. Lynsey Spraggs says:

    Lots of toys and bubbles, bath time should be fun never a chore

  104. esme mccrubb says:


  105. I sometimes have a bath with my son – not only is it really fun but saves time and water too! x
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  106. Monica Gilbert says:

    Try to give them some control so they’ll be less likely to get upset.

  107. Paul Scotland says:

    Have toys in the bath

  108. Hannah Igoe says:

    Make it fun, do all the cleaning and routine stuff first then they can play and you can relax!

  109. Kat Allinson says:

    Make it fun and let them help wash themselves even if you don’t think it’s very effective

  110. Karen R says:

    Get well prepared before you put the child in the bath

  111. katie w says:

    make it fun, we have toys and bath paints that get played with

  112. Amy houghton says:

    Make it fun

  113. A Handford says:

    Spend time talking about your days and singing songs/ telling stories

  114. Solange says:

    Lots of bubbles and toys

  115. Laura winkless says:

    Wash hair and body first then playtime

  116. Emily Hutchinson says:

    Keep it fun!

  117. Pamela Gossage says:

    Lots of toys

  118. sarah pearce says:

    relax and enjoy,try not to worry about the mess!

  119. danielle graves says:

    make it fun

  120. says:

    find some old containers and watch them fill them up and empty them

  121. Diana says:

    Make it fun! 🙂

  122. rachael jones says:

    water guns !! lots of fun and makes bathtime something they enjoy !

  123. sharma gaskill says:

    Make it fun, my children have lots of empty shampoo and bubble bath bottles that they love to play with and pour wanter into.

  124. Lisa Wilkinson says:

    Have lots of fun and have it as part of your bedtime routine.

  125. Jane Middleton says:

    fun time with bubbles

  126. Jo Glasspool says:

    Wash then play, that’s are rule

  127. Monika S says:

    make it fun, take your time

  128. says:

    Don’t rush it – you’ll get impatient. Let them have time, make it enjoyable, toys help.

  129. Rebecca Lis says:

    Interact and make it fun, worry about the mess later 🙂

  130. Vary it – I get a different selection of toys out each time.
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  131. Angie Hoggett says:

    make bathtime lots of fun with toys and games and take their mind off the whole hair washing thing!

  132. Donna Clinton says:

    Make bath time fun and it will never be a problem!

  133. emma kinsey says:

    keep it fun we always make bule with our hand with the bar of soap

  134. Kay Broomfield says:

    Make it fun. We have loads of bath toys and water pistols so our children can have a good splash about and they see it as a real highlight of our day!

  135. eva trelfa says:

    Make it fun fun fun!!! lots of toys and get them to help wash their brothers and sisters x

  136. Kelly Hirst says:

    Give them lots of empty containers to play with, it’s a great distraction from hair washing too

  137. Maria Jane Knight says:

    Keep it fun with singing, laughing and toys…also make sure its part of a bedtime routine.

  138. tishist says:

    make it fun

  139. Laura Pritchard says:

    Get the hairwash over with at the beginning….otherwise you both dread it the whole way through!

  140. angelina masih says:

    Never leave them alone especially babies and toddlers, not even for 10 seconds

  141. Holly Boyd says:

    Use it as a playtime to bond and have fun

  142. Tamsin Dean says:

    take your time and encourage them to wash themselves, plus having a few toys adds to the fun

  143. Tracey Tedford says:

    Loads of toys and bubbles

  144. Kelly Smith says:

    It’s all one big game, it’s managed to stop the panic of hair washing 🙂

  145. Layla Thomas says:

    Mine like wearing goggles, it keeps the water out of their eyes.

  146. Em S says:

    Make it fun (bubbles, bath toys and funky hooded towels)

  147. Sarah J says:

    Make it fun with lots of bubbles 😀

  148. let them have fun!

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