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Lather, rinse, repeat either translates to absolutely nothing for kids is interpreted as hours of water playtime. I cannot begin to count the number of times that my kids are standing in front of the sink to wash their hands. Are they're hands actually clean after hand washing? Good question! Parents, have no fear, Scrub Bugs for healthy kids are here!
The Scrub Bugs idea and concept are brilliant. Scrub Bugs are inspired by the hand washing tools that surgeons use to most efficiently scrub up before surgery. These newly launched Scrub Bugs are pediatrician endorsed and are proven by independent laboratory testing to clean hands over 3X more effectively than everyday hand washing.
Recently launched as a Kickstarter campaign, Scrub Bugs originated as the vision and 2-year project of creator, Kelly Stuart, mom to two little girls. Addressing an unmet need in personal hygiene for kids, according to the Centers for Disease Control, hands are the primary carriers of germs. Proper hand washing routines including Scrub Bugs hand scrubbers are not only fun, they are replacing ordinary hand washing techniques. "Real life in-use tests prove that kids wash their hands more often, with more pressure, and for longer with Scrub Bugs".
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