|Sonic Hygene? Why not take Sonic items into the bath & the sink! This page will have only modern Sonic Hygene items, including makeup. Most items here aren't that common, as they are mostly disposable products that can be used up (shampoo, etc) Many of these had a limited release around the USA. It still seems strange that there are so many bath or cleaning items associated with Sonic. Get clean faster!|
|Sonic Gear Main Page * Sonic Hygene 1 *|
|With Sonic X as popular as it was, as well as the rush on 'electric tooth brushes', someone's thought to combine the 2! So here we have the first (known) battery powered Sonic toothbrush. This features most of the cast of Sonic X on the handle, and some art from the show on the back-card. It is official, it has the Sonic X logo at the bottom and on the card. It looks like it has a start & stop button, and replaceable likely AAA or AA batteries in the handle. Supposedly this is from America, but it is not known where it's sold.
There may be more than 1 design for this.
|With their giant handles, these may or may not be mechanical toothbrushes. As you can see, there's a "Boys" and "Girls" design, complete with pink theme and Amy Rose. SoftGrip is not the name of the company, but the type of handle. The photo isn't that close so you can tell well. These Sonic X toothbrushes can be found at Meijers Stores in the USA as of 2007-2008. Meijers is only found in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio. Info by #|
|These toothbrushes are the 2nd release of the ones above. Still by the same company and still featuring the same characters and boys/girls theme, these differ because the figures on each one are raised rubber. (see the 'feel me' sticker) The bristles for these also contain glitter for added effect! The bristles match the color of the toothbrush. The plastic is somewhat translucent. These were made by WorldTrends INC. Photographed & owned by Blue Sonikku.||This is a container of Sephora's "Glamglow Gravitymud" face helping product. Why is it Sonic branded? It was a give-away item at the San Diego Comic Con in 2016. For whatever reason, beauty-products company Sephora appeared at|
|the comic con to raise brand awareness & was giving out these little product tins to fans. It's not the first time a Sonic cosmetic has been released, but it's a first for Sephora. Because it's a convention give-away item, it's likely to be limited & thus uncommon and collectible. Very interesting! Photo & owned by SurferBRG|
|What's a picture of the Sonic 2 cardridge doing here at hygene?
That's because...surprise...it's a soap!
This cartridge looking item is actually a solid block of black soap molded into an exact cartridge shape. It's been given a sticker of the Sonic 2 game, and comes in a box that looks just like (almost) the old game's plastic box. The company "Digital Soap" produces really authentic looking replicas of items that are made of soap. This is available at Hot Topic in 2017.
NOTE: You CANT USE the soap! Well...you can....but not if you want to collect it.
|The sticker will no-doubt come right off if you wet the soap for use, so this is best preserved in a collection alongside its box. Does it smell nice? You can write in for credit if you know. This is an interesting idea.|
|A plush doll for the bath?
Yes...when Avon is around! This Sonic plush is made of terrycloth, that fabric that dries fairly fast, has a 'loopy' surface & does fairly well in the water.
The plush itself was advertised by Avon to be specifically played with in the bath, so here he goes onto the hygene/bath area of Gear. This doll also appears on
|Sonic USA Plushes Page 4. He's an earlier item, as you can tell by the flat rows of spikes that aren't evenly distributed over the back of his head, as they should be. However....this mistake should have been fixed by the time the doll was released. He's a fairly 'cute' pattern, with a bit of big-body, small feet, puffy hands & really short limbs. It's not super cool, but it's not terrible either. What it is, though, is unique: It's the ONLY stuffed-animal of Sonic anything that's meant to get wet. Photo & Owned by Pichu97/Charlie|
|Here is an Avon Bath Box
Avon had a Sonic promotion in 1995, as you can see with the bath plush doll above, but this has a shampoo bottle inside, and it's topper was a finger puppet for the bath. The puppets included Sonic, Knuckles & Sally. You can see them on Sonic Gear Hygene 1.
Avon, who likes to do quality things had their bottle in a decorative box/outer packaging. The package uses probably some Spinball? art for running Sonic, Archie Comics art for the Sally & rare Sitting Knuckles. (Is he a Japan art?) The star ball is the 'bell bumper' ball from Sonic 3 special stage. The circles in the background are all (oddly enough) full of mathematical fractal sets.
|This was probably not a blind-box situation (although the box is blind) Avon is an 'orders only' company, so you wouldn't find it on store shelves, only their sales people or catalogs. And, that meant you could choose which shampoo topper character you wanted, or simply buy all 3. The Sally topper ended up being the rarest, because she was the least-recognizable character of the 3 since she was Archie Only & SatAM. Photo & owned by|