UK – Bath time got a little more charming since Good Bubble launched The Gruffalo & Co collection, featuring world-famous characters by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. The Gruffalo and other well-known book characters such as Stick Man, Room on the Broom, The Snail & The Whale and Zog are part of this product range, and now little ones can also take the Gruffalo everywhere in its new Gruffalo Kids Hand Gel 100ml.
This alcohol-based Moisturising Gruffalo Hand Gel for children is effective against a wide range of bacteria, and as any other Good Bubble product, has been subjected to rigorous cruelty-free testing, and approved for pediatric use, as their mild, gentle and skin-friendly formula makes them suitable for young skin over 3 months old. This gel is made of 62.5% Alcohol Denat, Aqua, Glycerin, Carbomer, Parfum, Triethanolamine and is totally hypoallergenic and fragrance free.
“Our hypoallergenic, fragrance free formulation contains vegan friendly glycerin to relieve hands from the drying effects of alcohol. Helping them to feel softer and shielding young skin from other environmental sources of irritation. Never ever tested on animals. Made in the UK.” Said the representative for Good Bubble, regarding the quality and benefits of Gruffalo Kids Hand Gel.
In addition to the recently launched moisturising kids hand sanitiser, The Gruffalo & Co collection offers an extensive variety of products such as bubble baths, moisturizers, hair & body washes, detanglers, and more. All products are vegan friendly, and their bottles are made from 50% PCR (Post-Consumer Recycled) plastic, reducing the impact on landfills and alleviating the use of fossil fuels for virgin plastic.
For babies, Good Bubble offers different products such as shampoo, moisturizer, bubble bath, body wash, coconut oil, conditioner, bath gift set, among others. Good Bubble Baby products come in an eco-friendly bottle that has been made with bio-plastic derived from sugarcane, offering families a fully recyclable, lower-carbon alternative to standard plastic.
Fans of the famous TV show Dragon’s Den will surely remember the participation of Amy Wordsworth, founder of the brand, who in 2016 was featured in episode 6 of season 13 of the show. Like many others who have been in the den, Amy experienced obstacles on the pitch, with a dizzy spell during the grilling. However, she was able to demonstrate her passion for Good Bubble and its benefits, securing a £60,000 investment and the full support and expertise of Deborah Meaden, who has become an ongoing advocate for the brand. Thanks to Debrah’s expertise and Amy’s tireless work, Good Bubble has overcome its greatest obstacles to become one of the UK’s favourite products for baby and children skincare.
Good Bubble is a proud UK company headquartered in Manchester. Its products are available in major Boots stores, Ocado, independent health stores, Holland & Barrett online and many other online shops, including the company’s website.