Monday, 22 June 2015

Professor Scrubbingtons Hamper Giveaway


You may have noticed on my blog a few weeks ago about Professor Scrubbingtons Emporium of clean Review. They really have some lovely products that smell devine. Well the lovely people at Professor Scrubbingtons are offering one of my lovely readers a whole Hamper off goodies!


You have the chance to win this fabulous box full of goodies with the retail price of £24.99 what are you waiting for you will not be disappointed if you win. 

This is perfect for any child who like mine hates washing. It also smells so good even if you don't have children you won't be disappointed!


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84 comments:

  1. Lots of bubbles and a few fun bath toys :)

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  2. Paula Readings23 June 2015 at 09:56

    Lots of toys, although I don't have that problem, my little boy loves a bath.

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  3. plenty of bath toys and we use bath paint and crayons lots of fun and bubbles :)

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  4. Sarah Louise Thompson23 June 2015 at 14:28

    Lots of bath toys and bubbles (never had a problem though I've got 2 little fishes!) :)

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  5. Toys in the bath for sure! I know I always enjoyed that as a kid

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  6. lots of toys we have bath crayons and i sometimes put colouring into the bath water that always goes down well x.

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  7. lots of toys and ducks and singing and clapping

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  8. By introducing lots of fun bath time games.

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  9. Elizabeth Hinds29 June 2015 at 06:40

    Lots of toys, bubbles and songs :)

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  10. Some bath toys and lots of bubbles

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  11. My sons have always enjoyed bath time they love water :) We play with toys to make it fun x

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  12. lots and lots of bubbles

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  13. Luckily my little boy loves bath time but just hates having his hair washed or his face wet, but we just try plenty of games to distract him x

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  14. Toys in the bath for sure! - leanne w

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  15. By having lots of fun and games with the bath toys x

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  16. get some music on in there always relaxes them making it fun!

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  17. definitely the bubbles, my daughter has quite a few toys in the bath but she much rather prefers playing with an empty shampoo bottle!

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  18. toys, lots of bubbles

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  19. Lots of toys for Mummy, sorry, I mean the children to play with :-)

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  20. Bath toys and fun bubble bath

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  21. I have always found that lots of bubbles help :)

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  22. Lots of bubbles and interactive toys.

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  23. Lynsey Buchanan29 June 2015 at 20:30

    Lots of bubbles

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  24. Toys and bubbles - mine love the bubbles.

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  25. I would give them lots of toys.

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  26. toys and bubbles

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  27. Lots of bath toys and bubbles. I also let mine "style" their own hair when the shampoo is still in their hair. They like to make Mohicans.

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  28. Bath toys are a great idea but I find my children always like the empy shampoo, conditioner or bubble bath bottles.

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  29. toys and bubbles..and a squirty bottle!

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  30. It was never a problem. I used to use the promise of a bath as a bribe.

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  31. Lots of toys and play with them you don't have to be in the bath to have fun get them to make you a cup of tea 'play cafes .

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  32. Tell them there's chocolate after

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  33. bubbles toys or pouring pots!!!!

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  34. By making it fun with wall stickers, bubbles, toys & lots of play

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  35. what lovely goodies. mine all love having some pots and things they can use to do 'tipping and pouring' with the water to really enjoy bathtime. x

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  36. Toys are great for encouragement, then it may even be a struggle to get them out of the bath!

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  37. lots of toys and telling them that splashing is okay! water is easily dried up :)

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  38. Lots of bubbles and some interesting toys

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  39. lots of smiles, singing and laughter :)

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  40. Plenty of interactive games = blowing bubbles for a start, encourage splash time. Keep it light and fun, the more interaction the better

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  41. blowing bubbles is a good one, and bubble baths aimed at children.

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  42. Bubbles and post bath cuddles :)

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  43. My children absolutely love bathtime but it might have something to do with all the bath toys and water pistols we have!

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  44. Lots of toys and splashing around.

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  45. Read them books about bathtime fun and build them up to bath time in a really encouraging manner! Lots of bubbles and make it fun! Not a daily chore!

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  46. My son when a toddler hated the bath but after he shared a bath with my friend's little boy he began to enjoy bath time. He discovered the fun to be had playing with toys and splashing about.

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  47. We have toys and lots of bubbles

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  48. By making it quite deep & letting them "swim" !

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  49. Bubbles or bath fizzers

    Kelly Ellen Hirst

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  50. Let them choose what goes in it and what toys they can take in with them.

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  51. Melanie Pennie20 July 2015 at 12:28

    Lots of bubbles and their choice of toys to play with.

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  52. you have to make it a special time, lots of bubbles and cool bath toys, songs and Q&A and the most important things have fun and let them SPLASH!!

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  53. Lots of toys, bubbles and time. Don't rush bathtime

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  54. pretend soap makes them invisible

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  55. Luckily never a problem with my 2, we always act like it's an exciting and fun thing to do so they've always enjoyed it. Goggles and snorkels help.

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  56. Lots of bubbles and plenty of different pouring toys

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  57. Toys and bubbles always make bath time fun

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