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I am really a stickler when it comes to things like hand washing and nail clipping. I realize that my boys will be boys but I hate dirt under their fingernails. Sure it happens but I try to avoid it whenever possible. Sanitizer is always on hand with me. It’s in my purse, in my Jeep and anywhere else I can think to have a bottle stashed. The only problem I have with this is, yes, it kills the germs but it doesn’t get rid of the dirt.
Method has come up with a cute AND yummy smelling way to get rid of that dirt. The Mickey and Minnie Hand Wash is naturally derived formulas that leave hands feeling clean and soft. It’s premium, specialty-inspired fragrances that kids and adults will love. We received the Lemonade and it smells so delicious! Also, these are biodegradable formulas that contain no dirty ingredients including parabens, phthalates, triclosan, EDTA or animal-by products. It comes in recyclable packaging that is made with 25% recycled plastic and never tested on mice (or any other animals! )
The Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse hand washes became available in the United States and Canada in early April at national retailers including Target, Shoppers Drug Mart, Babies”R”Us, Soap.com, Amazon.com and MethodHome.com.
My friend made a comment that he didn’t think he would buy Mickey for his kids, he said he would automatically think it wold smell like Lemon dish soap (or close). Him and his kids loved the scent as well once then tried it. Next time you are looking for a fun hand soap for the kiddos, check this out and come tell me what you think!
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