Stuffed Animals In The Tub

I don’t know if I have ever mentioned this before but I have worked at a residential treatment center for 8 years.  We work with kids ages 12-17.  A lot these kids have had their fair share of their ups and downs.  I can’t even imagine how they can handle some of the things they do at such a young age.SoapSox founder and CEO Ray Phillips also worked at a residential treatment center.  He saw children who had experienced trauma and some of their most difficult times day was bath time. “Children would argue, cry, and even attempt to hide to avoid taking a bath. After repeated struggles with one child who could not part with his favorite stuffed animal to bathe, Ray came up with the idea of modifying it to hold soap – the child was presented with the then modified stuffed animal and agreed to bathe.”  After years of using this method to help kids he teamed up with Alvin Uy, who heads a creative agency that develops products for brands including Disney, Hasbro, and Mattel.  After nearly two years of development, SoapSox was introduced to the world in after a successful KickStarter campaign.”

SoapSox, as seen on Shark Tank, are an adorable line of plush friends.  Kids can take them from play time to bath time.  “A patent-pending soap pocket transforms lovable SoapSox® into sudsy wash cloth – just add soap and scrub.”  These are the next generation of washcloths for kids!!Meet Scorch the Dragon.  This cuddly little buddy has built-in finger pockets to allow for secure scrubbing.  Simply open his mouth and insert liquid or bard soap.  Make it nice a sudsy and scrub-a-dub-dub.  Scorch is 9″W x 3″H and has an antimicrobial sponge inside.  He is machine washable too!Beckham loves playing with him in the tub.  Scorch was diving in and out of the bubbles and fighting the rubber ducky.  It was a hoot to watch!  When it came time to show Beckham how Scorch eats soap he loved feeding him and watching him bubble up.  Even Blake loved it!  Scorch is soft enough to use on his baby body.

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