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Soap Scum or Red Bumps??

Who knew that two adorable little boys were capable of creating such grime? Bath time ends with the discovery that my once sparkling white tub has been defaced by something resembling an oil slick! Where moments before there were only hills of happy bubbles, squeaking ducks and bobbing boats -a dark ring remains. Its attempt to take up permanent residence were met by my ferocious scrubbing with conventional household cleaners. To make matters worse, my incessant scrubbing was matched with an equal horror; my boys beautiful baby soft skin erupted in a sea of small angry red bumps. The desire to have a sparkling tub had now become more than just a bothersome daily task. It became an irritation, frustration, and worst of all a health concern.

My quick decision to purchase the cheapest product had gained me disastrous and unintended results. After reading the ingredients of the cleaning product I am not surprised they got a rash. The ingredients shown weren’t much more than a list of chemical compounds that left my head spinning. So, began my search for healthy alternatives. I found the solution with the Method Brand le scrub bathroom cleaner. Not only does it return the tub to its original bright white it also does not break my boys out in a rash. Even better, it smells of eucalyptus mint. The bottle lists the ingredients with a link. Not only was a full list of ingredients provided but it was all described in words that every mom can understand. Armed with this information, I am confident in continuing to use this product without the fear that anyone will be breaking out in an itchy irritating rash anytime soon.
Method behind the bottle

Authored by: Jill

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