Skip HopMoby Waterfall Bath Rinser



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What weabout it
A bath rinse cup with a soft contoured lip designed to pour water evenly


Keeping soap out of baby’s eyes is a bathing basic, and this rinser helps with the task. Interior fins channel water for an even pour, setting the Moby rinser apart from similar bath tools. Gently press the soft, flexible lip to your baby’s forehead when you rinse shampoo to avoid getting water in the eyes. Hang the cup to dry when not in use, or stand it up on its tail.


  • 6.9” x 4.5” x 5”
  • Ages 0+
  • BPA, PVC, and phthalate free

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January 17, 2020

It is cute. It stands on its tail so you can set it up with water in it. I like that you can wash baby's hair without the water running into her eyes (if she'll hold still).

January 3, 2020

A classic bath tool.

January 2, 2020

It is perfect for rinsing my daughter, especially after washing her hair and avoiding shampoo from getting in her eyes. A must-have! The spout makes it much more efficient than a standard cup.

January 2, 2020

It's way too big! It's too big to scoop water out of the baby bathtub and it's so much bigger than my baby's head, there's no way it'd keep water from getting on her face. It'll maybe be useful when she's like 5.

December 11, 2019

We use it every time during her bath. She loves looking at it while the water pours out. For us, it’s basically just a big cup, lol.

August 19, 2019

Easy to use and goes perfectly with the Moby bathtub.

June 17, 2019

It’s pretty big to use on a newborn so you’d have to wait until baby is big enough. Then when you use it, the water gets all over baby’s eyes (though that may be user error). It just hasn’t been very useful for me and was more troublesome to use than a natural sponge. Baby enjoys it as a bath toy now.

It’s easier to use this if you have a separate bucket of water. It’s too bulky to use in the baby bathtub while baby is in there. I suggest getting a collapsible baby bathtub instead of whatever whale tub they have. I wish I was told about that sooner!

June 5, 2019

Easy to use, keeps the water out of the eyes! A lot easier to use when baby is laying down though.

June 3, 2019

I didn’t think we needed this (trying to be a minimalist parent). Nope—this is a must-have! It makes bath time so much more efficient and fun for baby :)