Makes a nice foam, and haven't had any issues with clogging. I had been using a cheap foaming pump from the drugstore and it worked ok with soap, but not with the hard-water shampoo that I've recently started using as shampoo and soap. The Bubble & Bee foamers have a wider tube and a stronger spring and since switching I haven't had any trouble with the hard-water shampoo.
I don't mind the shape of the bottle in the shower because I usually pick it up; a wider base would be nicer for the sink so it would be sturdier to push down on if my hands are dirty and I don't want to pick up the bottle.
Foamer didn't work
Posted by jennifer Henderson on 27th Sep 2015
2 of the 3 foamer bottles were duds. :( The one that works seems to do a pretty good job. Concerned about how long it will work as the pump does seem to be getting clogged.
REPLY: Oh we're sorry to hear that, Jennifer! Do contact us so we can take care of you. :)
Posted by T Andrew on 27th Apr 2015
I love that you sell these and you actively encourage your shoppers to dilute and make recipes with you products. So far I have used one of my bottles to make the perfect shampoo for myself. These are just awesome and a great value.
We love them!!
Posted by Unknown on 6th Apr 2015
We use the foamers for body wash and hand soap. My kids love them. It makes using the body wash more fun for kids. We have other foamers but my daughter likes the style better on these.
Will need some maintenance at some point
Posted by Joshua on 24th Feb 2015
These foaming bottle/pumps work incredible well with the shower gels and the shampoos. They provide a nice amount of foam but, just be aware the foam won't stay around as the air will eventually dissipate. At least it will at the recommended product to water ratio. It might be possible to increase the amount of product to give the foam more strength.
At some point you will also need to disassemble the pump as it will inevitably clog. It will take some force to disassemble it and you will need to be careful not to send the small plastic check ball sailing into oblivion. The check ball and its pocket are the main are you will be cleaning as this is where the product/water mixture mixes with air to create the foam. Eventually, this area builds up with soap residue and causes the check ball to stop moving which is what clogs the pump. It sounds like a lot more work than it is and, the process is fairly simple and quick once you have done it a few times. Keeping this area clean will greatly extend the life of your foaming bottle/pump and I have yet to have one actually "break". It's also possible to replace the spring in the pump as well in case it wears out or, you want to use a spring that requires more or less pressure to push down.