Matey Mer-Matey Bubble Bath Reviews
Product Type: Matey Bath / Shower
Newest Review: ... as the colours are bright and the face quite pronounced. The one we have is the 'Mer-Matey' version, it is a strange wavy ... more
Customer Matey Mer-Matey Bubble Bath Reviews (10)
by - written on 22/02/11 (Very useful, 68 readings)
My daughter tries to get me to buy these bubble baths whenever we are in the shops but I was a little hesitant as she used to have eczema and it seems to have cleared so I didn't want to tempt fate. On Christmas day though a family member gave her a bottle and of course there was no way a 3 year old was going to forget about it. I finally had to give in and let her use it, the one she had been given changed the colour of the water which she thought was great and thankfully she had no reactions with it. Well of the course the bottle ran out as it does so when we were shopping she kept mentioning it so I went to have a look, there were 2 choices on the shelf and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/02/11 (Very useful, 30 readings)
My kid love taking baths, and do so extensively at night, they have separate baths now too, so whatever I use in the bath for myself has to be suitable for their skin too......what a palava! I have to say I am not too concerned with what I have to use to get some fluffy bubbles in the bath, with the subject of this review being used for the entire family! The product I will now review is -"Mer-Matey bubble bath". This brand (to my knowledge anyway!) has been around for a very long time, I remember begging my mum for this for our bath times as kids, though at that time I can only remember there being a sailor one, nowadays there ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/11/09 (Very useful, 80 readings)
Formerly Miss Matey this bubble bath came out in 1960, some time after the successful start of Mr Matey in 1958, and specifically for the female market. Originally the bottle was a familiar skittle shape with pink print and was my favourite as a child. Also in 1960 saw the beginning of the Christmas special matey's - Santa Matey and Rudolph Matey. Later on we were introduced to Snowy Matey (Winter) and Wizard Matey (which I cant quite remember but think it might have had glitter in it). In 2000 the whole Matey line was reborn and repackaged with only 4 formulas: original character Sailor Matey, Mer-Matey the mermaid, Lucky Matey the pirate parrot ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/03/13 (Very useful, 75 readings)
My daughter loves loads of bubbles in her baths and I've found with the cheaper brands you have to use more product to get lots of bubbles so I've been splashing out a bit to find a child friendly bubble bath that makes lots of bubbles. One of these is this Matey mermaid bubble bath. The bubble bath is available to purchase from most supermarkets like Asda and Tesco or places such as Boots. The 500ml bottle usually costs around £2. The Matey brand has been around for years and is more known for the sailor style bottle but they introduced a girl version in the form of a mermaid. The bottle is exactly the same shape as the sailor bottle being curvy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/03/13 (Very useful, 48 readings)
I took a bath in Matey tonight! Well, actually I took my daughter's bath water and added a little hot to the water to make it more my preferred temperature. Packaging Mer Matey has undergone a bit of a makeover since the above picture and looks a little more modern. She's still the same shape and size though so there are plenty of original features there. The bottle is pink and girly and easy to grip hold of as it's curvy and the top is like a hat but again easy to grasp. Whilst it is recyclable, the bottle is so cute I don't think I want to part with it when it's empty. Any ideas for a second life? In use I tipped a bit in the bath ... Read the complete review
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