Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Crazy Foam is Back with SUPERHEROES!

Got kids crazy about super heroes in your house? Then you certainly do not want to miss the Crazy Foam Super Hero Collection! This collection is PERFECT for Easter basket fillers and is sure to make your little one happy with the colorful and fun collection that includes the Joker, Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman. Each can contains super sudsy, great smelling foam! My three year old absolutely loves this stuff, and loves to pretend that he is making "muddy puddles" with it! Mommy loves it because with all this play, he is actually getting himself washed, and washing his hands in the process. Crazy Foam works as a shampoo and body wash too, so it is the fun and practical Easter basket gift! 

Crazy Foam is back!

American bath time staple Crazy Foam is back and better than ever nearly half a century after its debut in 1965. A playful essential in American homes throughout the 60's, 70's, and 80's, Crazy Foam is a 3-in-1 body wash, shampoo, and conditioner packaged in easy-to-spray collectible cans adorned with iconic pop culture characters and some of our own crazy characters.
 We love our Crazy Foam, and I know you will too! At about $5.99 a can, it is an inexpensive, practical and fun gift! It is available at Krogers, Walgreens, Drugstore.com, Ingles, ShopRite and other retailers!

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2 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh! I had totally forgotten about this stuff. I'm surprised it's still around.

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