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Cara's Pick Of The Week #1

Cara's Pick Of The Week #1

- Oi ! My name is Cara! I'm so excited to I get to share my favorite pick this week! 

- I did my homework and my chores all week and because I was a good little boy my mommy let me pick out one thing from my favorite store on the WHOLE INTERNET! "Little TroubleMakers!!"

- I am so excited to tell you all about it... ready to know what it is?

- This week I chose: DC Comics Magnetic Vinyl Action Figures! these action figures are so cool and fun Each figure features removable parts that have the capability of attaching magnetically to one another. With these interchangeable magnetic designs, you can create your own wacky figure. Which superhero or villain will you match with who?

DC Comics Magnetic Vinyl Action Figures
- Because I was a good boy my friends at said I can share the PROMO: 20%VINYLDC with all of my friends so you all can have your very own DC Comics Magnetic Vinyl Action Figures with 20% discount and free shipping so now you can see how cool these action figures are for yourself!
- Click any of the links, images or even click on me (Cara) to be re-directed to the DC Comics Magnetic Vinyl Action Figures product page and add it to your shopping cart and click checkout! Before placing the order make sure you enter: DISCOUNTCODE:20%VINYLD to receive 20% discount and free shipping! 
- Make sure you share with me some of the cool or silly combinations you create on our Little TroubleMakers Facebook Page!

15% off & FREE SHIPPING - Ninja Turtle Body Wash Shampoo Bubble Bath Hair Gel Set

15% off & FREE SHIPPING - Ninja Turtle Body Wash Shampoo Bubble Bath Hair Gel Set

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What's With All The Neoprene For Kids?

What's With All The Neoprene For Kids?

By: David Sanz

So you want to  know "what's with all the Neoprene for kids?"


-Neoprene - Pronounced : NEE-uh-PREEN or NEO-PRIN 
Neoprene Backpacks Blog #3 By: David SanzNeoprene Backpacks Blog #3 By: David Sanz
Every day we hear of some new invention or product that is revolutionary and changing industries all around the world, do we not? Every day we hear of some new invention or product that is revolutionary and changing industries all around the world, do we not? But we really never hear much about clothing because let's face it aside from artistic creativity fabric is fabric and there is not much we can to change it, right? Or is there?

If you haven't already seen or heard of something being sold that is made of Neoprene and let us here at Little TroubleMakers fill you in as best as we can in our own words. Neoprene is a fabric that almost looks and feels identical to the material that a wetsuit. Neoprene foam fabric is soft it has proven to protect your skin from chafing or scratching. The high-quality like-foam fabric which is made to absorb shock suitable for rough adventures, activities that may involve being under the sun for long periods of time and also making waterproof, sweat-proof or liquid-proof. Those factors are just some of the  many things that can really damage regular fabric which causes it to rip, shrink in size or take away that look we loved about the item when we first bought it by fading the color. Waterproof material keeps kids backpack from absorbing sweat, moisture, and liquids that may carry bacteria and bad odors which may be harmful to your us and especially children. Even coming in contact with a person or thing that is covered  fabric that is filled with the nasty stinky bacteria i.e. hugging someone, sitting on a couch sometimes even blanket or rug in  our very own homes!


If reading all that just did not make you look around room you're in you want to rethink "where is the closest dumpster to thrown EVERYTHING that is not made of neoprene out, don't worry about it, we are sure your house is not that severe (plus were talking about everyone else's house... not yours! Because Neoprene air flow technology it will help prevent the bag from retaining heat or liquids and protects any valuables covered in neoprene or anything  your child stores in one of our many cool neoprene cartoon backpack we now offer at Little Troublemakers and keeps your child feeling cool and comfortable as possible. Now if that was not enough to make you do a backflip in excitement don't forget that Neoprene material is also anti-absorbant making it easy to clean, rinse off (if and when it is needed) and helps keeps that "new car smell" we all know and strangely love!... It's kind of like every time you open the zipper of one of our Awesome Neoprene backpacks for boys and girls, that we exclusively started to offer our awesome subscribers at!

A little science 101 style:

Neoprene or polychloroprene is a family of synthetic rubbers that are produced by polymerization of chloroprene. Neoprene exhibits good chemical stability and maintains flexibility over a wide temperature range. Neoprene is sold either as solid rubber or in latex form, and is used in a wide variety of applications, such as laptop sleeves, orthopedic braces (wrist, knee, etc.), electrical insulation, liquid and sheet applied elastomeric membranes or flashings, and automotive fan belts.  

Neoprene is produced by free-radical polymerization of chloroprene. In commercial production, this polymer is prepared by free radical emulsion polymerization. Polymerization is initiated using potassium persulfate. Bifunctional nucleophiles, metal oxides (e.g. zinc oxide), and thioureas are used to crosslink individual polymer strands. Outside of Russia and China, about 300,000 tons of neoprene are produced annually.

neo prene under a microscope

"What we wear affects the way we feel." say's By Samantha Boardman, MD, Contributor at  

The study, conducted by two professors at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management in Chicago, had two sets of people wear the same white coat. One group was told the coat belonged to a doctor and the other group was told the coat belonged to a painter. The group wearing the “lab coat” showed a sharp increase in their ability to pay attention, while the group in “painter’s coats” showed no improvement whatsoever. The study revealed that in terms of how clothing affects our feelings, it’s less about the actual clothes we wear and more about what we associate with them.

Other cool and interesting thing's neoprene is used for



Neoprene is used for Halloween masks and masks used for face protection, for insulating CPU sockets, to make waterproof automotive seat covers, in liquid and sheet applied elastomeric roof membranes or flashings, and in a neoprene-spandex mixture for the manufacture of wheelchair positioning harnesses. Because of its chemical resistance and overall durability, neoprene is sometimes used in the manufacture of dishwashing gloves, especially as an alternative to latex. In fashion, neoprene has been used by designers such as Gareth Pugh, Balenciaga, Rick Owens, Lanvin, Vera Wang and d'1four3. This trend, promoted by street style bloggers such as David Sanz od TroubleMakerInc.LA Jim Joquico of Fashion Chameleon gained traction and trickled down to mainstream fashion around 2014.

Now that we are all caught up with why we are excited to offer the newest in Kid's Toy's, Fashion and everything Fun" here at we hope to have filled your head with knowledge to not only know what is new on the market to help keep your Little Troublemakers just a bit more healthy but also maintain and promote a more sanitary lifestyle for everyone. 

If you have not already wondered over to and snooped around at all the adorable Neoprene Backpacks for boys and girls that we are proud to carry and offer at Little TroubleMakers. Please follow the link below and if FREE SHIPPING!, the face your Little TroubleMakers face when he sees his or her new Neoprene backpack or taking one step to living and promoting a sanitary life for you and your child. We hope that this Voucher for $5.00 off on our Neoprene Backpacks may help make the choice of which one to get you Little TroubleMaker by knowing that not only are you saving $5.00 and shipping coast because (we offer FREE SHIPPING on almost all of the products we offer at!!!) let the stress of choosing what one your child will love the most be the only thing to be stressing you out!

And there you have Ladies and Gentlemen, Moms and Dads NEOPRENE in a Little-Troublemakers-Nutshell! If you made it to the bottom of this blog without falling asleep we would like to thank you for your time and if you decide to share, like or pass on the blog to help preach the Love and support of Little TroubleMakers, We would be soo thankful 10.000X for your commitment to help make Little TroubleMakers your new turn to on-line shop when your in the Market for "Kid's Toy's, Fashion and Everything Fun!" 

Thank you for your time from all of us here at Little TroubleMakers

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Children Sunglasses... Are the worth it?

Children Sunglasses... Are the worth it?

YES!... we all know how adorable your child is in sunglasses. Now pay attention!

Have you ever had your toddler try to take your glasses of your face and put them on? Wasn't it just the most adorable thing ever? I bet you took a million pictures to post on facebook and ran straight onto to find a pair made to fit your toddler and found the PERFECT pair...

Now you have the beautiful sunglass in the perfect size for your child and I am sure the fact that they cost you an arm or a leg did not matter when you were shopping the web because what's important is that everyone on facebook will get the chance to see how adorable your Little TroubleMaker looks in those sunglasses.

Now, what? you have your pictures up and got a few likes and a few days pass and you never see the glasses again. Were they worth it? Did you ever stop to think how important or how much your child needed them? Most parents don't know (so don't go and beat yourself up over it), let us here at give you a little bit of the knowledge of why you should have paid a little bit more attention in taking care of the sunglasses your Little TroubleMakere probably lost by now or are sitting at the bottom of a pile of toys.


The sun gives off ultra ultraviolet rays exposure to ultraviolet rays may raise your Child's risk for cataracts and other eye problems later in life. Never force if your child resists. A visor or a hat that keeps the sun out of his eyes might be a more workable choice than shades for babies, toddlers, and even some older kids.

If your child is open to wearing sunglasses, Get them involved when you  pick them out so they'll be more likely to wear them. Listen up mom's and dads! Here is a tip that might help your getting your child to wear them and will benefit you also.... Make sure you wear sunglasses too  because your child is probably eager to copy you. So make sure to get them excited about pick out a pair. Check the selection at Little troubleMakers, they have everything your child's eyes need to protect them from the harmful rays of the sun. 

Not just any sunglasses will do, though. Buy a pair with a label saying it blocks 99% to 100% percent of both UVA and UVB rays. Or another way to know if the sunglasses will protect you Little TroubleMakers eyes is to look for a label that say they meet ANSI (American National Standards Institute) requirements or block UV absorption up to 400 nm (nanometers) mean you're getting this protection, too. You can trust the labeling in reliable stores, but not necessarily with a vendor on the street. So keep that in mind. 


How light or dark the lenses should be is a matter of personal preference, as the UV protection comes from a chemical applied to the lenses, not their color. If you're not sure what to pick, I recommend medium tint. Lighter lenses don't offer much comfort in bright sun, and very dark ones will prompt your child’s pupils to expand to let in more light — along with more UV radiation if the lenses don't block 100 percent. Many people like polarized lenses, which reduce glare. Also, remember to replace sunglasses once the lenses become scratched, and to choose polycarbonate lenses for impact resistance.


While 73% of adults do wear sunglasses, only 58% of them make their children wear shades, too, the report found. More than half of us lose or break our sunglasses every year. More than a quarter of us never bother to wear them, despite benefits to eye health. "A substantial proportion of people still do not understand that UV exposure is harmful to the eyes as well as the skin," says Paul Michelson, MD, an ophthalmologist in La Jolla, Calif., and chairman of the Better Vision Institute, the medical advisory arm to The Vision Council. "Even those who do understand, few understand it is the cumulative exposure that can be damaging," says Michelson, the former section chief of ophthalmology at Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla. "The good news is, some people wear sunglasses some of the time," Michelson says. "The bad news is, not enough people wear them enough of the time."

UV Eye Exposure & UV Health Problems and how damaging it can be for your child

UV exposure can cause short-term and long-term effects on eye health. People with blue eyes are more at risk for UV damage than those with brown eyes, experts say. After a long day at the beach, eyes may seem bloodshot, swollen, and light-sensitive. Sunburn of the eye, or photokeratitis, is one effect. It's also known as ''snow blindness," because it is a common case among skiers and snowboarders. In severe cases, it can cause loss of vision for up to 48 hours, according to the report. Long-term, excess UV exposure can cause a variety of eye problems, including:

  • "Surfers Eye"also known as pterygium: This abnormal but usually benign growth on the eye's surface can itch, swell, and become irritated. Surgery can be done to remove it, but it can come back.
  • Cataracts: The progressive clouding of the lens of the eye 
  • Age-related Macular Degeneration: The macula is at the back of the eye, in the middle of the retina. Damage to the nerve cell in the macula can dull colors and blur fine detail in your vision.
  • Cancer of the eye, eyelid, or nearby skin. Macular Degeneration

Tips and what to look out for when Shopping for the perfect pair of Sunglasses for your Little TroubleMaker

choose a pair that offers protection from both UVA and UVB rays. Both types can damage vision.

  • Look for a label that also state the sunglasses meet ANSI (American National Standards Institute)
  • Be sure the glasses are comfortable and make sure you get sunglasses that you feel you look good in, so you will actually wear them
  • Consider buying 1 or 2 pairs also keep a pair in the car for your child, some in a backpack or diaper that is with your child throughout the day or places you notice your child's eyes are exposed to sunlight more often.

Welcome to the world of Little TroubleMakers

Welcome to the world of Little TroubleMakers

Welcome to the world of Little TroubleMakers and to our first blog post!!! Wow, what a journey it has been so far. We started our crazy adventure with Little TroubleMakers, back in 2015, and as with any small business it has definitely been challenging along the way. We worked on setting up all the important bits and pieces as well as building vital relationships with our many suppliers.

We'll admit that there were a few times when we thought that we wouldn’t be able to make our dream a reality, with the many unforeseen roadblocks that came up along the way. So here we are with our online shop for kids up and running! It has not been easy but we can happily say that it has been worth every minute.

There is no turning back now and we couldn't be more proud to bring you our beautiful range of toys, fashion and everything fun! Our shop wants to offer products for kids of all ages - from newborn, infants, toddlers and older kids alike. We will also include free shipping with almost all of the products we carry.

Little by little you will get to know our characters Cara and Keiki. Cara is our little TroubleMaker boy and Keiki is our Little TroubleMaker girl. Cara loves Toys and Keiki is more of a fashionable girl. They are going to have their own voice in some blog posts, and will be part of some fun activities, ideas and free giveaways to keep the kids busy at home! There will be more than one contributor to make sure the blog is always updated, and to make sure you meet all the members of our team.

We hope you have a moment to explore our website and enjoy the amazing shopping experience we've put together, and learn more about Little TroubleMakers! We look forward to sharing our journey with you.

Best Regards from the Little TroubleMakers Team.