I'm clamoring to catch a whiff of Demeter's newest perfume, "Mr. Bubble." There are tons of great things about being an adult, such as breakfast for dinner whenever we want, boy/girl sleepovers, and full access to the magical land of Sephora and all of the beauty and bath products that come with it. The enticing bubble baths and and sweet-smelling shower gels from the shelves of Lush and Philosophy definitely make grown-up bathtime more fun, but sometimes we can't help getting a little nostalgic for the fun and fizzy bath products of our childhood.
The fragrance company that's infamous for churning out unusual, nostalgic scents like "Play-Doh" and "Baby's Head," is now reminding us of the bubble-gum scented baths of our childhood with their "Mr. Bubble Cologne Spray" and it's combo of coconut, banana, peach, jasmine, balsamic vanilla, and raspberry notes.
And now that I'm dreaming of a time when baths were fun and playful, I can't help thinking of the other childhood bath goodies I loved back in the day and their sweet, sometimes silly scents. Take a stroll down memory lane with these kiddie bath products from once upon a time, and then get squeaky clean with their grown-up counterparts.
Mr. Bubble Foam Soap
One of the most fun products from the Mr. Bubble line was the foaming soap that could entertain a kid for hours. When was the last time you played with your soap, huh?
Rituals Foaming Shower Gel
This delicately-scented soap comes out as a luxurious foam that leaves skin impossibly soft.
L'Oreal Kids Shampoo
Nothing smelled sweeter than this shampoo that was bound to be in every kid's shower, especially the cherry scent!
Philosophy's Cherry On Top Shampoo and Shower Gel
This multitasking cleanser from the tired-and-true brand has a maraschino cherry scent to get you squeaky clean and smelling super sweet.
Johnson & Johnson Baby Shampoo
A true and gentle classic that kept your kiddie bath years totally tear-free.
Avalon Organics Nourishing Lavender Shampoo
One of the biggest differences between baby shampoo and the regular salon stuff, is that baby shampoo is sodium lauryl sulfate free, making it much milder. Try Avalon Organics' sulfate-free formula for gentler hair cleanse.
Crayola Color Bath Dropz
Back in the good old days, you could drop a couple of these babies in the tub for bathwater in all the colors of the rainbow.
Lush's Sex Bomb
You can still get pretty, mermaid-colored water in your adult years with Lush's most popular bath bomb, featuring a much more grown-up, sexy scent.
Images: Mr. Bubble, Courtsey Brands