dealsglow in the dark bubble bath for $14.99 + freeā€¦

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This sounds great! Is it safe for kids?

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@gigi889: Yes! Safe (and fun) for all ages! It's even made in the USA :-)

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In for 2~ thanks for a stocking stuffer!

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@gigi889: This will arrive in time for Christmas with free shipping.

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@ohcheri: So what happens when you get out of the tub and air dry? Would our parts glow in the dark too?

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@lavikinga: Hmmm...not sure but it makes for a funny visual! I guess if you wanted to glow in the dark you could try air-drying and see what happens.

Personally, I always rinse off in the shower after I take a bath. Maybe that's weird but a bath never makes me feel clean. (TMI?)

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@meanjoeira: I'm sorry, I do not have this product in front of me and can't answer your question. This ships from a fulfillment warehouse. I can ask them on Monday and get back to you.

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@ohcheri: At the risk of sounding like Cliff Clavin, "It's a little known fact...."

I saw a study that compared showering to bathing. As I recall, it showed that you actually get cleaner bathing, but if you want to be extra clean, you should bath THEN shower off the bath water.

At the risk of fueling any OCD tendencies you might have, it sounds as though you're doing it right!

Now I have to go. Somewhere out there is a bottle of glow-in-the-dark bubble bath with my name on it!

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most glow-in-the-dark products work much better/longer/brighter if you 'charge' them with a uv/black light.

also, you can get (scented!) glowing bubble bath (and massage lotion - which seems weird and kinda hot at the same time) for $6-9 on amazon. all seem to be made by a Co. called 'pulse products' (google them, their website looks like it was designed in 1997)

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I see this listed in the exact same bottle elsewhere as shower gel. Are you sure this is bubble bath? Or is it just gel that gets a little bit foamy?

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@fallout1234: My vendor calls it bubble bath. I have never tried it so can't tell you how bubbly/foamy it may be.

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@ohcheri: Oh good. I'm relieved to know I'm not the only one who feels the need to shower off after I have had a long soak. Don't know if it's all in my head or really on my skin, but I don't like the idea of soap scum/residue being left on my skin.