Shaklee Bubbles

In this post, I referred to Shaklee’s Basic H2 cleaner and it’s many uses. I mentioned that I bathe my kid in it as well. Someone recently made the comment to me “you can’t be serious”. But I am, it’s so safe, organic and natural and gentle on skin. I use it to bathe my dogs as well.

Both Ashlyn and I have skin sensitivities to many lotions and soaps. We’ve never had a problem since using Basic H2. And it cleans your tub as well, as opposed to dirtying it up with soap scum. It’s a win win. Squeaky clean kid and tub. 

I can use it on any surface and our skin because it’s safe and natural.  It’s nontoxic, natural, superconcentrated (as in super duper), no phosphates and biodegradable surfactants. It’s sustainably sourced ingredients are derived from corn and coconuts. It does not contain phosphates, dyes, toxins, toxic fumes, hazardous chemicals, fragrance or chlorine. The packaging is recyclable. What a great bonus for our planet. 

And, this could be the most important factor in Basic H history, it creates some major kick-a@@ bubbles in our new tub with jets. We even had to tone them down.

Shaklee Bubbles (1)

Shaklee Bubbles (2)
After we figured out how to use the jets that is. I thought the water just had to clear the holes in the tub and that you just hit the button. Whereas, technically, if you do not check the setting it was last on and you do not let it fill up completely before turning them on….the water will shoot out of there in the air like a fire-hose with an intense force. And your daughter will get mad when you laugh so hard you can’t stop after that happens.


  • Jan January 29, 2015 at 4:45 pm Reply

    We remodeled our bathroom when I was pregnant w/ Campbell and put in a jet tub and had both issues–the HUGE bubbles and the spraying jets! LOL! Those tubs are so much fun. Not sure why I've never thought of using basic H as bubble bath solution before but I'm definitely trying it now! I bet it doesn't have the "scum" that regular soap does, either.

  • Everyday Snapshot January 29, 2015 at 6:00 pm Reply

    You have to try it ! No scum at all. I did a test on my bathroom and kitchen sinks. I went back and forth, twice from using 'regular' hand soap and dish soap…to Shaklee hand soap and dish soap. I had soap build up within the first week of using regular soaps each time. At the time I had hard water, which caused quicker build up. But none when using both Shaklee soaps with the same hard water. So it's true, it really does work with no build up or scum. It's like I'm always trying to prove them wrong ! lol

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