Flashing Lights Help Kids Avoid the Swine Flu
Parents invent device that gets kids to want to wash their hands
Their invention was not just another kid’s hand soap. With SOAPRISE, the entire bottle LIGHTS UP for 15 seconds after the soap is dispensed. This is the amount of time advised by the Centers for Disease Control for washing your hands in order to effectively kill the germs that cause illness. Children get excited by the flashing lights and their hands get clean by simply learning to “WASH UNTIL THE LIGHT SHOW ENDS.”
Kids become very susceptible to viruses like the swine flu because they don’t like to wash their hands after going to the bathroom or touching common items at school. “As a parent I always try to find ways to prevent my kids from getting sick. One of the easiest ways to do that is keeping their hands clean,” said
SOAPRISE has been extensively field tested in homes, day cares and schools and the response has been overwhelming. Parents and teachers say the job of reminding kids to wash their hands has never been easier as kids want to use SOAPRISE. SOAPRISE has become a valuable preventive weapon for parents especially with the recent spread of the swine flu virus.
Flashing lights, foaming soap and kid friendly fragrances all combine to make children excited about getting clean. The lights in the bottles last for MULTIPLE refills, making it also an economical purchase during these tight financial times.
SOAPRISE is available at Duane Reade, Pathmark A&P, Amazon.com and Drugstore.com
“SOAPRISE” and “WASH UNTIL THE LIGHT SHOW ENDS” are registered trademarks of Soap Labs LLC.
SOURCE Soap Labs LLC