Childs farm shampoo, conditioner and moisturiser for babies and toddlers sensitive skin

Childs Farm Sensitive Bathtime

Something I’ve surprisingly haven’t talked about yet is that from only months old, both of the girls have had quite sensitive skin. We went through countless moisturisers and oils, both prescribed and over-the-counter but almost nothing helped. Amelia’s skin was always worse than Lillys. During her time in a spica cast for DDH treatment, Amelia actually ended up with Dermatitis too, which was so awful.
After hearing so many amazing things about Childs Farm products, I decided to give them a whirl.
Childs farm shampoo, conditioner and moisturiser for babies and toddlers sensitive skin
The first product we purchased was their moisturiser of course. The scent is amazing for a start, it’s more of a citrus smell than grapefruit. After applying a small amount daily, their sore patches of eczema cleared up within a week! We now use it on an occasional basis as the girls’ eczema isn’t half as bad since we first started using it.
After using the moisturiser, I decided to purchase the Childs Farm shampoo and conditioner, although I hadn’t heard much about them. I had to get the bigger 500ml bottles, as I couldn’t find any of the smaller ones. They are a bit on the pricier side for me, but they’ve lasted us 6months so far and we’ve still got plenty left, even with two children!
Both the Strawberry and Mint shampoo and conditioner smell so nice. The shampoo lathers up really well too, so you only really need one pump each!

The girls have such crazy curly hair, more Lilly than Amelia, so the conditioner really helps to keep those curls from tangling easily, but also gives their hair a beautiful shine.
Overall I would highly recommend purchasing the Childs Farm moisturiser, shampoo and conditioner. The price tag may be a little higher than alternative products, but the quality of the products is worth it, in my opinion. I would also like a note that the pump bottles can also be reused when they’re empty!
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