A PRESTWICH entrepreneur and Dragons' Den winner has landed a dream business deal with the pharmacy chain Boots.

Amy Wordsworth launched her children's toiletries brand Good Bubble in 2014 after spotting a gap in the market for fun and ethical bath time products.

With a impressive history in the business world Ms Wordsworth grew up in the family toiletries manufacturing company Wordsworth (UK) Ltd, spending her summer holidays from the age of 16 working on the production line and helping out in the laboratory.

After graduating with First Class honours in Advertising & Marketing from the University of Central Lancashire, she then relocated to London to cut her teeth at shopper marketing agency Saatchi and Saatchi X, pitching herself to the company directors in a lift.

On completing her grad scheme, Ms Wordworth returned to Manchester and began work on creating a range of skin-friendly toiletries for babies and children.

Joining forces with her family business in research and development, Good Bubble was born.

Ms Wordsworth then took her business to the BBC's Dragons' Den where she won vital investment to take her products further.

She said: "Going on Dragons' Den was an intense, nerve-wracking experience. I had a 'wobble' and nearly fainted but pulled myself together and went on to receive investment from Deborah Meaden."

The Good Bubble range, which is naturally derived, organic and vegan friendly, has enjoyed great success and is listed with Ocado, Holland and Barrett and a host of independent retailers — and even exports to the USA, Canada, Norway, Europe and China.

However Ms Wordsworth has now secured a deal to sell Good Bubble products in 400 Boots stores.

The 30-year-old mother of one said: "It’s a fantastic result. I’m really proud of how far we’ve come and the Boots distribution has come at just the right time to meet demand.

"Our next step is to undergo clinical testing to substantiate claims for eczema-prone skin."

She added: “We spent a long time developing our products specially for young skin and have been overwhelmed by the response to the range and the results parents are seeing with the products.

"We are delighted to be launching in Boots, which is such a trusted name in the toiletries world.”