Get kids scrubbing with new fun way to wash their hands

If you have heard the Happy Birthday song one too many times while your kids are washing their hands, help is on the way.

With SoaPen, kids can draw all over their hands with colorful, berry-scented soap sticks that rinse away to leave their hands clean. Each pen gives 100-plus washes and is non toxic, with no sulfates, phthalates, parabens, EDTA, or animal by product.

For every three pens sold in the US, SoaPen donates one to a school in a low income community.

SoaPen creators Amanat Anand and Shubham Issar met while studying Industrial Design at Parsons School of Design. After graduating, they won the UNICEF Wearables for Good Challenge for the concept of SoaPen and started to take SoaPen from a concept to prototype. Along the way, they were list makers on Forbes 30U30 2017, and conducted a successful Kickstarter, which led to launching SoaPen on Amazon in October 2018. soapen.com