Bath time is a ritual that kids either dread or love. My kids veer somewhere in-between, but the mere mention of bubbles always seems to sway them more towards the love category. They also recently went ga ga for a new collection of soaps from Primal Elements, a fun luxury bath line that I had the chance to meet during the New York International Gift Fair.
The line includes bar soaps, loaf soaps, sugar whips, candles and personal care items that are all handmade and made of vegetable glycerin. We had a chance to try out the bar soaps and my daughters loved the collection of animals and shapes from the GREEN FROG Bar Soap and the . The line also features a festive collection of bright and lively soap designs with some of my favorites being the 3 DAY WEEKEND Bar Soap, the BASEBALL Bar Soap, the CLEMENTINE BAR SOAP, and the BLUE WHALE Bar Soap. They also have a fun collection of soaps for spring with the BLUE BELLS Bar Soap, FIJI COCONUT Bar Soap, and the J'AIME PARIS Bar Soap
I also liked that all of the soaps are made of vegetable glycerin and use essential oils for a light and natural scent, which is great for those with senstive skin. The soaps are also extremely light as they moisturize the skin and easily rinses away.
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