Wett Giggles: A New Line Of Unique Children’s Bath Toys Now Available For The Holiday Season

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Wett Giggles Soap creates a fun and easy way for children to stay clean without the fuzz

"They look adorable and have good purpose and function" NYC

In the past, children have been enticed to bathe by rubber duckies, boats etc. Today your children can share the same excitement you once felt at bath time with Hamlet the frog, Beatrice the cow, Robin the Bear and many more friends for your child to enjoy.

Inspired, Wett Giggles is a three-in-one product. shaped like cute and playful characters. All Wett Giggles soaps are handmade one at a time. The soaps are made with natural glycerin ,essential oils and Shea butter. The toy couples as a manicure brush for the added benefit of your child's fingernails. When the soap melts away the nail brush is reveal.

"My three year old loves it ! He's been using it during bath time every night" said Camilla from New York.

Wett Giggles boasts nine unique characters each with it's scent and Shakespearian theme name. Hamlet and Horatio are watermelon; Juliet, the duck and Romeo the dog are orange scent; Ophelia, lemon; Robin, pineapple; purple Cato is a creature all his own with a grape scent.

"My girls absolutely love this product" said Pat from North Carolina.

Wett Giggles were designed for younger children. And for the toddlers Wett Giggles has two toys encased in soap without the manicure brush.

Each soap and toy/ manicure brush is just $10.00

Special Promotion offer 20% discount on all items.
Shipping is flat rate of $4.99
The products are available online at http://www.wettgiggles.com

Karen St.Clair is a wife and mother from New York City who loves the simplicities of life and keeps an open mind to all possibilities.

Special Message from Karen St.Clair
"I created Wett Giggles to help my son develop good cleaning habits. I'm happy to say it worked".

Karen St.Clair
Wett Giggles Soap
229-19 Merrick Blvd
Laurleton, NY 11413

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