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Eliminating germs and encouraging independence with the LYSOL No-Touch Hand Soap system

Thank you to LYSOL for providing my family with the LYSOL NO-Touch Hand Soap system. This post contains affiliate links.

If you’ve ever lived with a toddler, you know how independent and messy they are! When I discovered the LYSOL No-Touch Hand Soap I knew that it was going to make hand washing so much easier for our family.

Lysol No-Touch Hand Soap

Don’t you love the look of the dispenser? It’s so modern and sleek. LYSOL did a great job designing the NO-Touch Hand Soap system, I love how it looks in my bathroom.

Cleaning up messes and encourages independence
You may recall me mentioning that The Boy does not like his hands to be sticky or dirty in any way. He’s been like this since we started table foods so many years ago. {It’s amazing how quickly they grow, it really is!} Several times per day I hear the plea “Mommy! Mommy! Please help me wash my hands. I can’t do the soap!” Those days are over! The Lysol No-Touch Hand Soap system is easy for toddlers to use and encourages independence. {Always, always be present when your children are using the water. Hot water can burn in just a few seconds.}

Lysol No-Touch Hand Soap Easy for Toddlers

The Boy was so proud to get the soap on his own. After a deliciously messy snack of chips and salsa, he couldn’t wait to wash his hands. I only need to show him one time that the LYSOL No-Touch Hand Soap system would dispense the soap and he was all set to go!

Lysol No Touch Encourages Independence

While the LYSOL No-Touch Hand Soap system was designed to stop the spread of germs by eliminating the need to touch that germy soap pump, it also eliminates the need to constantly wipe the evidence of a toddler from the soap pump! We’ve been using the system for a few days, and The Boy is running to the bathroom without being prompted to wash his hands after mealtime and as soon as he gets home from preschool. The LYSOL No-Touch Hand Soap dispenser is keeping germs at bay and encouraging my toddler to be more independent.

LYSOL Kid Who Touches Everything Contest

This contest has ended. LYSOL launched the Kid Who Touches Everything Contest* on February 25, 2013. The contest encourages parents and grandparents across the country {and those in Washington, D.C., too!} to share a photo of their child {or grandchild} at their messiest moment. A lucky winner could win the grand prize trip to Walt Disney World in beautiful Lake Buena Vista, Florida! The contest runs through May 25, 2013 and there is no purchase necessary to enter! To make things more fun, LYSOL has five categories in which you can enter your photo:

  • Mud Madness
  • Food Fanatic
  • Future Artist
  • Young Explorer
  • Critter Kid

Keep in mind, there is a limit of one entry per person for the duration of the Contest and up to five entries per household for the duration of the Contest. Choose your category well!

Disclosure: I participated in a campaign on behalf of MomCentral Consulting for LYSOL®. I received product samples to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for participating.

*No purchase necessary. Contest runs from 2/25/13- 5/25/13. Open to US residents ages 18+. Void where prohibited. Click here for official contest rules. [note: broken link removed]

About Emily

Combining her knack for storytelling and passion for creativity with a strong work ethic, Emily started Nap Time is My Time in November 2010. A self-taught photographer and home cook, she also loves DIY projects and crafts, drinking Margaritas and running half marathons. Married to her Texas-born husband since 2005, they live with their young son and dog on Cape Cod.

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