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17 August 2012

Gelli Baff Review and Competition!




Watch your children's faces light up as their bath water magically transforms into slimy goo, creating a wonderful swamp for them and all of their toys to enjoy!





Gelli Baff is unbelievably simple to use and safe on your children's skin too. It's developed by a leading spa and beauty manufacturer, Gelicity Skin Technology, and is a safe powder that absorbs 400 times its own weight in water. Similar to the powder in nappies! The dissolver sachet is just salt.



The 300g boxes contain the Step 1 Gelli Baff Formula and Step 2 Dissolver Sachet and the box has easy to follow instructions. The Mini Mes generally have showers but they were so keen to test this out when it arrived we used it the same day it was delivered!



You sprinkle in the Gelli Baff formula evenly to around 40 litres of warm bath water, leave it for a few minutes, stir and let the children get in for lots of bath time fun! You don't need to worry about it getting clogged in the plug as it turns back to water after their gooey good times. Once your little ones have finished playing you sprinkle over the dissolver powder while the kids are still in the tub and stir. It's a great product that you can use in paddling pools too!

The Mini Mes had a great time...



There are four colours to try; red lava blast, orange gloop, magic green jungle swamp and blue lagoon sea. If you fancy getting your own to try you can purchase it here, with 35% off too!



WIN

We also have a box of Gelli Baff to giveaway to one lucky family! You can enter below before 1st September 2012 for your chance to win - Good Luck!!


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95 comments

  1. simple stacking cups with different holes that they can tip out! x

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  2. My boys favourite toy is an old shampoo or bubble bath bottle. Easily pleased and cheap!

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  3. Another who likes empty bottles here, he fills them up,lines them up then pours them into a pot.

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  4. follow on twitter as tynapier1

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  5. Making bubble wigs

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  6. DD has a Makka Pakka toy from The Night Garden which she loves.

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  7. My kids always find plastic toys out of their toy box and take those in the bath, usually Star Wars figures!

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  8. I follow via GFC as robertfox24

    I also follow via email - robertfox24 [at] aol [dot] com

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  9. Just the normal rubber ducks so far =)

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  10. susan sargent18/08/2012, 12:03

    Plastic ducks

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  11. a foamy race track that he sticks to the tiles :)

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  12. We have a bubble machine on the side of the bath that never fails to delight. That, and his squirty whale, are his favourites. (I've been known to have the bubble machine going when I'm in the bath too!)

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  13. Catherine woodley18/08/2012, 13:16

    Plastic bowls, which usually involves my two chucking water and each other and drowning my bathroom floor!

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  14. caroline kelly18/08/2012, 14:41

    Squirters go down well, and mummy has asked for some surfboarding polar bears for birthday presents!

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  15. my grandaughter likes her rubber duck

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  16. cups and jugs,enjoys to pour the water

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  17. They love the squirty animals and a plastic jug!

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  18. Lots of plastic ducks which they try and race

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  19. pirates and some plastic fish

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  20. following as Louise Mathema

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  21. lots of things to pour water in and out of i got some stacking beaker style toys for only 99p and they are a sure fire favourite

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  22. My son loves his rubber duckie xx

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  23. Charlotte (nearly 4) is quite happy with her boats and empty shampoo bottles...oh and she also likes her little water gun out of the cracker. I'm usually as wet as her by the time we're finished...lol :-) x

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  24. My little boy loves to take his boat from the Fireman Sam range- Neptune! He loves to sail on the bubbles :)

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  25. A cup and jug so she can make me cups of tea and if I'm lucky I get a cappachino

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  26. Little yellow ducks. Loves them!

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  27. My son loves bath crayons and most of his Lego also ends up in there!! :)

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  28. mine always enjoyed filling up the empty bottles of shampoo and emptying them out more than all the toys floating about!

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  29. Lots of boats and a helicopter too.

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  30. Roll-On Soap Paint from Avon so she'd love this stuff!!! ;-)

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  31. rubber duckies , boats and anything that makes big splashes x

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  32. anything that makes bubbles and lots of mess

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  33. mine takes his lego in the bath

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  34. Annmarie stubbs20/08/2012, 21:45

    Dora the explorer that swims in the bath

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  35. my 5 year old has a collection of ducks that he loves to plau with in the bath

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  36. My little girl loves her bubble blowing frog k.mayhead@btinternet.com

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  37. a plastic penguin attached to the tiles that you pour water in and it twizzles around!

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  38. Jugs & cups...They enjoy pouring and filling them.

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  39. Lorraine @looly635523/08/2012, 16:30

    Anything that he can get his hands on bricks Lego cups small balls ...........

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  40. My little boy loves playing with his Lego police boat in the bath :)

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  41. her bucket and spade @esthermate

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  42. mine love their makka pakka water squirter and ducks :)

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  43. Anything that squirts, also empty bottles, he loves them more than any toys :)

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  44. My girls love playing tea parties in the bath, so lots of cups and jars plus some plastic 'people' to join in :)

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  45. My little sister loves a swimming froggy toy.

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  46. their favourite ones at the moment are water squirter toys

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  47. A little boat and seagull! @zoecampbellyotk

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  48. Funnels and a scrubbing brush. Oh, and Lego.

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  49. empty shampoo bottles seem to be the fave at the mo x

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  50. My kids have a couple bath toys where you pour water and it makes cogs move,we have a Winnie the Pooh one and a Blue,Red and Yellow one-we also have a musical Clown fish that has a pouring spout that they love and a couple waterproof bath books.

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  51. my daughter loves playing with a toy where you pour the water on the wheel to make it turn

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  52. Their squirty toys and cups and empty bottles :)

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  53. empty bottles and sponges! he like to fill them of water and squeeze them all out! nice and cheap and simple :) x

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  54. I think their favourite is the little duckys

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  55. Mine love playing potions, they have a few buckets, spoons and a "mixing station" and are happy with that, although M is loving her plastic penquins at the mo!

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  56. Her Disney Princesses

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  57. Dinosaurs! (Any excuse...lol) Sue/SuzSquirrel

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  58. my little boy loves playing with his ducks and cars x

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  59. my daughter loves playing with her plastic whale and duck which light up and squirt water.

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  60. They love the swimming frog, will it make it through the swamp !?

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  61. My daughter loves her rubber ducks she has loads and loads of them and sometimes she puts so many in it looks like a big rubber duck party.

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  62. Empty shampoo bottle with a sharks face on it

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  63. almost anything from rubber duck, buckets and even floating alphabet letter

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  64. Dinoasaurs roarrrrrrr

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  65. Empty bottles and anything he is not suppose to have in it

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  66. We have a net hanging on the wall full inc a waterproof musical fish, lots of tubs and a huge hello kitty slide thing that goes over the bath

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  67. Stacking cups are great fun but we also have some ody paint that they really like too!

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  68. Gellibath of course!!

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  69. Any toy that should not go in the bath such as her dolls

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  70. lots of plastic fish and ducks and a sieve to 'fish' them out with

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  71. Kelly Roberts31/08/2012, 20:56

    My kids love playing with cups in the bath and filling them with bubbles

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  72. empty bottles

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  73. Empty bottles of all things!

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  74. They love bath crayons to draw on the side of the bath!

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  75. Thanks so much for running this contest! Also thanks for Prezzybox for supplying the prize of Gelli Baff!

    For those who missed out, you can buy Gelli Baff from many stockists including Prezzybox, eBay (http://stores.ebay.co.uk/Factory-over-runs-uk) and of course the official Gelli Baff website (http://www.gellibaff.co.uk/) Its so much fun for kids and also all the kids at heart out there :)

    We also have an Adult Spa version of this product called Gel Spa - details of this innovative product can be found at www.gelicity.com

    Thanks again to theminimesandme blog, its such a great blog which I love to read!

    ps. My favourite bath toy as a kid was empty (and sometimes full!) shampoo bottles! I used to pretend I was making a potion! :D

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