When it comes to cleanliness, I always tell my daughters to wash their hands often and of course always after they potty. Well at least for my 5 year old who is potty trained already.
I've taught my 5 year old daughter how to use flushable wipes. Before, I used to use the baby wipes when she made potty but one time, she went potty herself and threw all the baby wipes she used on the toilet bowl! Imagine that! I had to remove all the baby wipes she threw in there! We had a long talk afterwards and I decided to buy flushable wipes for her.
For me, using tissue paper for doing #1 is okay but for doing #2, I always use moistened flushable wipes first (until it's really clean) and then dry up with tissue paper. Let's admit it, using only tissue paper after doing #2 doesn't feel that clean right? :) That's what I taught my 5 year old daughter too.
The Kandoo Flushable Wipes is perfect for little hands and little kids. The size of the flushable wipes is smaller than the flushable wipes I am using for myself. It's also unscented and hypoallergenic.
Have you bought anything that says unscented but when you smell it there's this weird smell on the product? Well the Kandoo Flushable Wipes definitely is unscented. And when I say unscented, I really mean unscented with no weird smelling scent. :)
I also like the thickness of the Kandoo Flushable Wipes. It's thick and very soft. It's also sewer and septic safe and biodegradable so I don't have to worry about clogged toilets! :)
The 42-ct. Pampers Kandoo Flushable wipes is also very compact so I have 1 in my bag at all times. The flip-top cover also protects the wipes from drying up and it can be easily opened and closed by my 5 year old.
So after going potty, I've always told my daughters to wash their hands. My 2 year old daughter is still in the process of potty training but even though she's still not potty trained yet, she still LOVES to wash her hands often.
When my daughters saw the Pampers Kandoo Funny Berry hand soap, they were ecstatic. The soap container has the shape of a frog and since both my daughters love washing their hands, they were excited to try it.
My 2 year old daughter grabbed it and ran to the bathroom. She told me to take her picture with the Pampers Kandoo Hand Soap and immediately tried it.
I took a video of her using it for the first time. Here's her reaction to the Pampers Kandoo Hand Soap:
She even said "It smells so grape-y" and I agree with her! LOL. What do you think of her comment?
The Pampers Kandoo Funny Berry Hand Soap has a purple foam. It might be just cute to look at but it has a purpose! The purple color showed my daughters if they've scrubbed their hands properly already. The scent is indeed "grape-y" like my 2 year old daughter said in her video.
I like that my daughters can push the Pampers Kandoo hand soap by themselves. The hand soap is very easy to dispense so the lock option for the hand soap pump is a BIG plus. This kept my daughters from finishing off the whole container of hand soap in just a few days. :)
One Pampers Kandoo Hand Soap also has 200+ pumps of soap. It also contains Vitamin E and Natural Fruite Extracts to moisturize the hands. It is dermatologist tested and is hypoallergenic.
If my daughters love washing their hands all the time, they love bath time more! They always spend more time taking a bath than me! LOL. Well that's because bath time is also their play time. :)
One thing I noticed with my 2 daughters' hairs is that it tangles easily. Even though my 5 year old daughter's hair is super straight, it tangles easily. My 2 year old daughter's hair is a bit wavy and it tangles easily too. When they step out of the shower, their hairs are a mess! I always have to use a detangler to comb and untangle their hair.
I tried the Pampers Kandoo 2 in 1 conditioning Shampoo on them and they loved the scent. It's also purple in color and it has a grape-y/strawberry/orange-y smell.
I like that when they stepped out of the shower, their hairs are a little less tangled. Their hairs were easier to comb too. I also like that their hair smelled nice the whole day. I also like that it's Tear-Free and the container is very cute too.
One thing I must recommend is to have a lock on the pump too like the Pampers Kandoo Hand Soap. I forgot to tell my girls not to play with the shampoo so they used up almost half of it already.
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DISCLAIMER: 1 Winner will receive (1) 42 count Pampers Kandoo Wipes and (1) Kandoo Hand Sanitizer or Kandoo Hand Soap. My giveaway would start January 25, 2014 at 12:00 AM PST and will end February 4, 2014 at 12:00 AM PST. This will be open to US and CAN residents only. The prize cannot be shipped to a P.O. box address. Winners will be notified by email and will have 24 hours to respond before a new winner is selected. I am not responsible for prize fulfillment. My role is to give the sponsor the information of the winner and they will directly ship the prize to the winner. I have received Free Pampers Kandoo (as pictured above) products to try. All opinions are honest and my own and are not influenced in any way. I do not share or sell information and all information shared with me will solely be used for prize shipment. I am disclosing this in accordance with FTC 16 CFR Part 255.