Review: Professor Scrubbington’s Emporium of Clean

Disclosure: This product was sent to me free of charge by Professor Scrubbington to be reviewed. However, as per my PR info disclaimer, this review is my unbiased honest opinion of the product.

Product: Professor Scrubbington’s Emporium of Clean

Price: £5.00 per product, multi buy offers available

Age Range: aimed at children who want to start washing themselves

Manufacturer’s Description: Here at Professor P. Scrubbington’s Emporium of Clean we specialise in creating personal care products specifically tailored to meet the needs of young people who want to take charge of their own ablutions (otherwise known as washing your bits). Careful study of the habits and hurdles involved has led me to devise the ultimate in soapy solutions: foams that stay on your hands and are easy to apply; dispensers that you can squeeze with one hand; natural ingredients that are effective and kind to your skin and the planet; fresh fragrances in place of the usual sugary scents.

Rating: (4/5 stars)

Professor Scrubbington's Emporium of Clean product line

Review: We received a mysterious cardboard suitcase in the post, labelled with stickers from far flung places. Nestled inside the suitcase we found a range of cleaning products created by “Professor P Scrubbington” and aimed at young children who want to start taking charge of their own bath time.

Professor P. Scrubbington Suitcase

Professor P Scrubbington


I was immediately impressed by the look of these products; they are fun without being too childish or babyish, which I would guess would be perfect for pre-teen aged kids who are leaving their babyish days behind – but they still appeal to our two young girls. The branding is consistent throughout all the products, with blocks of different colours letting you identify each product at a glance – useful when in the shower or bath, especially for little ones who might not be reading brilliantly yet, but can remember which is which from the colour.

Professor P Scrubbington Products

There are five products in the range; hair & body wash, shampoo, conditioner, hand & face wash, and a roll-on deodorant. At the moment the girls are a bit young for the roll-on, but it smells nice and fresh and would be great for kids going through puberty – and small enough to slip in a school bag. We have been able to test everything else, and are defintiely impressed.

Our favourite feature of these products is that they are “magically foaming” and one little squirt gets you a huge quickly expanding blob of foam, perfect for little hands. Georgie and Lydia both absolutely love it – we have put the hand wash in the bathroom and they can both get it out themselves and it leaves their hands and faces smelling fresh and clean.


Magically foaming handwash

James gave them a bath and used the three bath products, and was pleased with all three. Again, the kids liked the way it foamed up and the bottles were easy to use, having been designed to be squeezable one handed. The girls came down from their bath smelling lovely and with all the grub of the last day or so completely washed off.

Once dry, the girls hair smelled really fresh and looked & felt very healthy and shiny. Georgie’s hair was easier to brush than it often is, and felt more conditioned than when using their normal 2 in 1 shampoo.

Overall we have been pleased with these bath products and I would definitely consider buying them again, especially as Georgie is becoming more independent and loves to do this sort of thing herself. At £5 per product they are a touch expensive, but you can buy three of any of the products for £13 with free p&p on the website, and also at the moment the whole range is available for £20 with free p&p. 4 stars.

7 thoughts on “Review: Professor Scrubbington’s Emporium of Clean

  1. We’re reviewed the face wash recently and can honestly say it was the best wash we’ve ever cleaned our faces with! Great review and we agree! #TriedTested x

  2. I have so much trouble getting my boy to use soap, he is too old for me to go and wash him, but still conveniently forgets so I can imagine the pump dispenser would be perfect for him as he would have no excuse, great that the range doesn’t look childish as he hates me getting him bottles with baby’s on them! Thanks, will have to give these a try . #triedtested

  3. I think this would make a difference to my bath time my boys are so lazy they dont want to help themselves, I am thinking that the pump soap dispenser might change that if they can do it themselves and the packaging its a bit more grown up for my five year old I think he might have a go if I tell him its big boy stuff – really like the look of this, love the box it all comes in and the price is pretty reasonable too #triedtested

  4. These products look great. I love the fact that each bottle is a different colour so my 3 year old could quite easily tell them apart. The foam is a fab idea. I wonder if they could make the foam coloured without sacrificing their natural only ingredients?! 🙂 #TriedTested

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