If you’ve been around Dinoland USA, you’ll see it set up with a super kid friendly atmosphere. Almost like a prehistoric carnival! Then, located inside the Dino-rama section, you’ll find lots of cute games and (of course) a face painting booth.
This is definitely one of our kids favorite places, mostly because it has a good number of characters and the prehistoric dumbo ride (jk jk) so it was inevitable that we would ask about the face paint one day.
It is one of our favorite parks to go to, especially for allergy friendly food!
Well, today was the day to find out, so we stopped by and got a look at the ingredients to see if they would be ok to use for our allergies. The designs are super cute, and the price point is great considering the prices for bibbidity bopping boutique or the pirate makeover at magic Kingdom.
Here’s the ingredients list, the face paint options and our opinion when it comes to this splurge at Disney World’s Animal Kingdom!
You can also peep some of our Animal Kingdom articles, like Food Allergy options at Zuri’s Sweet Shop in Animal Kingdom, Satuli Canteen Eats, And the Allergy Friendly Churros that are out of this world!
Things to consider
First, lets take a look at the ingredients list (which are listed below) and then we went ahead and got a swatch test on my arm.
My oldest was a super sensitive baby, to the point that we had to change everything in our house, so I was curious to see how he reacted! I highly recommend this if you think you might have a reaction, and the cast members were very understanding about it!
Here’s all of the cute designs offered- I share this not only for the options and the price points, but so that you can notice the different colors used (some are dye sensitive) and how some designs are around the mouth and eyes, and some are further away from those sensitive spots.
What I like about bibbity boppity boutique is the options for single use products. While this seems wasteful to most, to an allergy parent it’s essential to avoid some cross-contamination.
I didn’t like how each of the products was reused, and was told this was standard procedure. We could get a new sponge, but the base of the cream and liquid would still be the same that everyone else uses.
Products and ingredients
They use two types of products to make the designs, both by the same manufacture.
The first is a liquid. The Second product is a cake. Both are used to create the designs you see above!
Then there’s the liquid!