Child’s Farm is a UK brand that supply a range of products, particularly bath time products especially for babies and children with sensitive and eczema prone skin.
I recently came across Child’s Farm on Instagram after hearing so many positive reviews from other mums.
If you would like to check them out yourself, here is the link to their Instagram page:
After a quick email to Child’s Farm, they kindly sent me some of their products to try with Kory and shortly after, we recieved this fantastic bundle of Child’s Farm products in the post!
1 x Nappy cream
2 x biodegradable baby wipes (1 x fragrance free and 1 x grapefruit and organic tea tree)
1 x shampoo (strawberry and organic mint)
1 x conditioner (strawberry and organic mint)
After hearing so many positive things about the Child’s Farm products, I was keen to try them out. So over the weekend I tried and tested them all with Kory and I have to say, I was very pleased.
The first thing I noticed about the products was their design. As you can see from the pictures, their design is very cute, quirky and child like. The second thing I noticed was the smell of the products, they smell simply delicious! The strawberry and organic mint shampoo and conditioner has to be my favourite scent of all.
Mums are okay to use this too, right?
Kory’s hair smelled so yummy and was left feeling so shiny and soft after using the Child’s Farm shampoo and conditioner.
Next up are the 2 packs of biodegradable wipes I recieved.
When using the wipes, straight away I noticed how mild and gentle they are on baby’s skin. One of the packs was unfragranced and contained aloe vera which is soothing and repairing on skin. The other pack was fragranced with natural grapefruit and contained organic tea tree making them smell divine.
And last but not least is the Child’s Farm Nappy cream.
Since trying the Child’s Farm Nappy cream, I now use it on Kory after every Nappy change. It gently moisturises and soothes the delicate, sensitive skin and any redness. It definitely helps to prevent any future Nappy rashes too.
Kory doesn’t suffer from eczema but what’s great about these products is that you know exactly what is in them. There is 98% naturally derived ingredients, organic essential oils, their products are free from parabens, SLS’s, mineral oils and artificial colourings. But as an infant, Kory still has sensitive skin that I want to take care of, I know I wouldn’t want to risk using anything that may cause irritation and my mind is put to ease knowing that I can safely use Child’s Farm products on my child’s gentle skin.
The Child’s Farm products can be found in stores such as Boots, Asda, LLoyds Pharmacy and Superdrug. Or you can just order their products directly from the Child’s Farm website.
Here is the link:
The shampoo and conditioner mentioned above costs £3.99 each.
The fragranced wipes I used cost £2.49 to buy and the unfragranced wipes also cost £2.49.
Lastly, the Nappy cream costs £1.75.
I would just like to thank the people at Child’s Farm for sending me some samples to try and for creating such a fabulous range of products that are just perfect for taking care of my little man’s skin. I will certainly be buying more of the products from the Child’s Farm range in the future.
* Please note, I recieved these products in exchange for an honest review. All views and opinions are my own. *
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We love child’s farm! Can’t stop purchasing! We go away shortly & im tempted to place an order for another of the cotton bags in the seaside print. I’m obsessed
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I know right! They’re products are really good! x