Make shampooing easier! This clever pitcher lets you rinse baby's hair, while shielding her face and eyes from soap and water. Simply rest the soft, rubbery panel against her forehead while pouring. Holds up to 48 fluid ounces. Assorted colors; let us choose.
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from New York, NY
About Me First Time Parent
Comments about Global Marketing Kids Shampoo Rinse Cup:
makes shampoo rinsing super simple with no water going into my son's eyes :) we use it as a bath toy as well.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Not my favorite purchase
from New Jersey
Bought this for my 20 month old son. We used it once and he screamed because it got water in his eyes. He was afraid of the bath for a week after using this product. Tried it on my 3 year old niece when she stayed over and she didn't like it either.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Another great idea
from Lansing, MI
We use this cup every time we bathe our son; no more getting water and soap all over this little face when we rinse his hair out! Great product.
Works better than expected
I was skeptical about whether the rinse cup would really work to keep the water out of my 13 month old's eyes, but I figured it was worth a shot. I was pleasantly surprised to find that it works pretty well. She still gets a little water down her face, but I think that's more because she's not old enough to know to tilt her head back while I do it.
could work very well with most kids...
By Jim the runner
from San Jose, CA
About Me Parent of Two or More Children
I just wish my daughter would hold still so we could enjoy the benefits of having a rinse cup for her hair.
works well - if kids don't fight it
from LA, CA
Bought this to end the fights my 3yo is suddenly having over hair washing. Well, the product is great -- my 1 yo is benefiting - but my 3yo still fights the process and ends up with water in his eyes.
Not for babies
from Bayonne, NJ
About Me Parent of Multiples (Twins etc)
This would prob work better with toddlers. It did not work with my twins. The water came out the sides and didn't rinse the hair. I'll try it again when they're older.
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One of my best purchases ever!
from Huntersville, NC
This is one of the best child purchases I made. Bought it before my daughter turned age 1 and we still use it at age 4 in the bath. Very helpful for avoiding tears with water getting in her eyes...she trusts that shampoo and water won't get in and avoids the negativity that used to ensue when she was worried about that. Highly recommend and also a great baby shower or child birthday gift.
from Penn Valley Pennsylvania
Good product. Sometimes water will get into my sons ears.
No more crying about getting hair rinsed
About Me Grandparent
This rinse cup makes rinsing the shampoo out very easy and painless. There are no more tears. My grand daughter actually likes to wash her own hair with this rinse cup.
Great product when used correctly
from Sarasota, FL
About Me Parent of Multiples (Twins etc), Parent of Two or More Children
This product works great, but it took me a few tries before I figured out the best way to use it. If you pour the water on your child's hair too slowly, the water will only run down the sides of his/her head. But if you dump it quickly, it rinses well and keeps "most" of the water out of your child's eyes. I recommend it.
from pacific Palisades, California
I have 21 month old twins. This product looks deceivingly easy to use - the materials do not work in any easy manner. I don't think it will accomplish the intented usage and goal of preventing water from getting into my childrens's eyes and ears -- when rinsing hair wash.
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Works Well with Fussy Toddler
By K's Mom
from Massillon, OH
Though it took a few tries to convince my daughter that this would keep the water out of her eyes, she's finally a believer, and we no longer have to try to rinse her hair under the faucet (which she's too tall to fit under comfortably). The divided interior is meant to assist with getting some of the water further back on the head, whereas the front section pours directly onto the forehead area. In reality, the divider probably isn't needed, but it certainly doesn't hinder the effectiveness of the product. The silicone piece is soft and flexible. As long as her head is tilted back, my daughter doesn't have any trouble with water getting in her face.
from new jersey
About Me Educator, Parent of Two or More Children
I thought this was a great idea. I was wrong. It doesn't work. I tried it when my son was 1, 2 and now 3. I don't recommend it.... Instead I recommend those foam hats with velcro attachments. Those work much better.
By 1st Time Parent
from Fort Lauderdale, FL
What a relief for a 1st time parent like myself! My biggest concern during my pregnancy was "bathing" because I always thought I could accidently choke her on too much water down the face - I was terrified!!! What a relief to know that with that rubber area on the cup, you could press against the forehead and NO WORRIES! ♥ What an amazing invention!!!
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