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If your kids are like mine they really enjoy their baths...so I can't tell you how excited I was when I was asked to try ZooPoo, the newest kids shampoo.  ZooPoo is not just a kids shampoo, but a fun tub toy too!  My 22 month old was super excited when he saw his new monkey, and it was even better when he could take it in the bath...ZooPoo offers three fabulous animals to choose from, a Monkey, a Lion, and a Kangaroo.  The shampoo bottle comes sown into the animal, so no need to worry about it sliding out, and the lid stays snapped, my little prying hands couldn't get it open (not for lack of trying), but is easy for me to open when it's time to wash.  And the shampoo comes in so many scents, I got lavender, for obvious reasons..lol...but they also carry Jelly Bean,Watermelon, Strawberry, Apple, Baby powder, and a Scent free.  The lid is easy to remove and each ZooPoo can be conveniently refilled for use, time and time again.  The ZooPoo is made of terry cloth and water-wicking material, and the ZooPoo friend sits upright, meaning that it will completely air dry out between bath times. It is also machine washable and recommended for children over three years old.  ZooPoo just had an article written in the Denver Business Journal , an exciting start to to a fun and fabulous new product.  ZooPoo is offering a 20% discount until Sep 16, so head over and get an early start on all those birthday and Christmas gifts!  You can follow them on Twitter, and Facebook, to keep up with all this new company has to offer. I'm looking forward to ordering this unique gift for all my family and friends.

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