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KidzKamp Shampoo Rinse Cup
 
4.3

(based on 8 reviews)

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5.0

makes bath time so much easier.

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from USA

Comments about KidzKamp Shampoo Rinse Cup:

I found these types of cups everywhere when I was baby shopping for my daughter. I never understood what the point of using one of these cups was until I bought one. The one I purchased bends so that you can get it really close to the babies head to rinse without having to worry about hurting the baby because you bumped them in the head with a cup. My daughter does not like water in her face anyway so this cup makes bath time faster and that makes for a happy baby. She is fine playing in the bath but the minute I try to put water on her head she is not going for that. This cup make things so much easier. Easier than using a glass cup because you do not have to worry about hitting the baby in the head. Easier to use because it holds more than a glass cup. Easy to wash and keep clean. If my daughter ends up playing with it I do not have to worry about her hurting her mouth if she tries to chew on the cup like I would if it were a glass cup.

 
5.0

Best thing ever

By 

from Canfield, OH

Comments about KidzKamp Shampoo Rinse Cup:

I have had one of these for 7 years & love it. It makes washing hair & bath time so much easier. The front of the rinse cup is a moldable type of plastic that conforms to my daughter's forehead. It holds a large capacity of water so I only have to fill & rinse 2-3 times.

 
4.0

KidzKamp Shampoo Cup works

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from Ostrander, OH

Comments about KidzKamp Shampoo Rinse Cup:

Once my daughter was sitting up by herself, we got rid of her baby tub and started just bathing her in our bath tub. Rinsing her hair became a HUGE chore because her face would get wet and she would throw a fit!! Then I found the KidzKamp Shamoo rince cup and now rinsing her hair is no longer a chore. This cup keeps the water where it should be - on her head and not in her eyes! It molds right to her forehead so the water does not leak down her face. It works best when she tilts her head back slightly. My daughter also likes to play with the KidzKamp Shampoo rinse cup when I am not using it to rinse her hair. She loves to fill and dump it in the tub! I like that it is large enough to hold the right amount of water to rinse her hair, so I don't have to keep filling it up over and over again. I can fill it up twice and rinse her hair completely in just minutes so we can get the cleaning part of bathtime over with and then move on to water play!!

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5.0

A must for bathing babies and kids!

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from Pickerington, OH

Comments about KidzKamp Shampoo Rinse Cup:

I love this shampoo cup. This is one of those items that when people ask you "What is the one item that you are so grateful you got when you had your baby?" that you say "This one!" This is a must have for bathing children. I only have to use this one time on my son's hair to get all the shampoo out. You already worry about so many things when you are taking care of your baby, it is so nice not to have to worry about getting shampoo in their eyes too. This also works great for older kids. My nephew is six years old and he loves taking baths.But he would always freak out when it came to the part when we had to rinse the shampoo out his hair with a cup because he was scared of getting shampoo in his eyes. Well with this cup there were no worries and he doesn't worry about it anymore. There is also surprisingly alot of room in it. I keep this cup in the corner of my tub and I am able to fit a lot of his toys in it too, so I don't have to keep taking them out. I highly recommend this cup! Fabulous, I wish they made these when I was a kid!

 
4.0

Helped my daughter enjoy bathtime a little more

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from Valley View, TX

Comments about KidzKamp Shampoo Rinse Cup:

Last year, my three year old daughter went throught a phase where she was completely terrified of having water in her face and especially in her eyes.  It made bathtime pretty miserable for the both of us.  I went through night after night of having to hold her down to rinse out her hair while she screamed and kicked and cried.

My mom found the KidzKamp Shampoo Rinse Cup one day and bought it for me to try with my daughter.  I was a little skeptical at first because I had tried rinsing with a regular cup before with no success, but I was pretty desperate to try anything at that point.

That night, we tried it out with much success.  The cup was shaped to allow me to pour it over my daughters hair without getting it in her eyes or on her face.  It was made of pretty durable plastic too so that the cup didn't bend at all with all the water in it.

The only thing I didn't like was that the cup had two compartments.  I didn't really see the point in that and would've preferred having just one big one.

However, the cup worked wonderfully until my daughter grew out of her "scared of water" stage.

 
4.0

Makes bath time so easy

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from Lexington, KY

Comments about KidzKamp Shampoo Rinse Cup:

My daughter is six months old and as I began washing her hair, I quickly discovered that I was always getting water in her sensitive eyes and no matter what I tried to do to avoid it, it always happened.  So, I purchased this rinse cup and it has worked wonders.  I love that the front part is flexible which enables it to form to her head as we rinse.  I also love that the handle makes it super easy to grip and do it one-handed while holding her with the other hand.  It is very easy to tell how much water I have in the cup and to fill it up while holding her at the same time.  I also love that it is very affordable and definitely worth the money to buy it.  The only downfall I have of it is that I do not really understand the purpose of the two compartments and it just seems to be useless.  While it doesn't affect the rinsing negatively of having the two compartments, I always feel like I have to get water in both evenly and I do not know that it matters. 

 
5.0

The KidzKamp Shampoo Rinse Cup is a Bathtime Necessity!!!

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from Coventry, RI

Comments about KidzKamp Shampoo Rinse Cup:

A friend of mine bought this for me for my baby shower and highly recommended it.  She said she could not get through bathtime without it.  I wondered how something so simple could be such a lifesaver but I figured I would find out eventually.  Now that my daughter is older and very "busy" in the tub, I have figured out how great it can be.  I love this product.  My daughter never sits still while I am bathing her and this cup makes it possible for me to rinse the shampoo out of her hair without getting it in her eyes.  She HATES getting her hair washed and this is the only way we can get through it.  The rubber part on the cup goes up against her forehead and prevents any soap or water from getting in her eyes.  The best part is that while I'm not using it to rinse her hair, she uses it as a bath toy.  She loves filling it up and then transferring the water to whatever else she can find in the tub.  It's actually one of the toys she must have in the tub at all times!

 
2.0

Only works if your child cooperates

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from Saint Louis, MO

Comments about KidzKamp Shampoo Rinse Cup:

This product seemed like a great idea for my daughter who absolutely hates having her hair washed.  She always starts screaming like crazy when the water gets in her eyes, so I thought this would be perfect.

However, it didn't really do the trick for us.  If I can get my daughter to look up at the celing and hold perfectly still, it does a good job of keeping the water out of her eyes, but it's hard to get her to do that... and if she wiggles even a little then the water drips into her eyes again and it's a lost cause to try to get her calm and still.  And if she can sit perfectly still and look up for me, really I could manage to keep the water out of her eyes anyway just by pouring it carefully out of any old container.

It is a nice size for a rinsing cup in any case, and the handle is comfortable for me to use, so I have kept it around.  But it's not something I'd spend money on again.

 

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