Bathtub Paints with Earth’s Best

While I was using the treadmill one day this week, Tate did a little product experimentation with her hair.

Yikes! Since a daytime bath was in order, I decided to jazz it up a bit with some bathtub paints.

We’ve made bathtub paints before but this time I made them even simpler.

I used an ice cube tray and squirted a bit of Earth’s Best Tangle Taming Shampoo into the compartments.  This shampoo is perfect for bath paints because it’s tear-free and hypo-allergenic.  I added a small bit of food coloring to each compartment …

… and gave Tate her palette of colors to work with.

She made some beautiful {washable} artwork and came out clean … a win-win for busy moms, right?

After her bath, I rubbed that sweet baby skin with Earth’s Best Sleepytime Lotion.  The light chamomile scent is delicate and calming and it’s made with oat oil to nourish dry skin.  I even use it.

I wasn’t thrilled about Tate’s toddler antics but they turned into a fun morning.

What are some of your favorite bathtub activities for kiddos?

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  1. says

    That’s hilarious! Elisha did the same with vaseline. It’s great you thought to at least make it fun. Something like this throws me off completely.