Searching for the perfect present for baby’s first Christmas? Childs Farm, the UK's No.1 baby and children's toiletries brand*, have the ultimate gift for new parents, The Baby Bedtime Suitcase Gift Set.
Filled with a selection of products that have been developed specifically for newborns and babies, this beautiful suitcase is also reusable, so it can be treasured for years to come as a keepsake or memory box.
Inside you’ll find all you need for the ultimate bath and bedtime routine:
The Baby Bedtime Bubbles contains organic tangerine oil, a natural soothing and calming ingredient that helps to promote healthy sleep while the Unfragranced Body Wash helps protect delicate new skin without overpowering that wonderful baby smell!
Confidence in Childs Farm
Childs Farm products are suitable for use on all skin types, even dry, sensitive and eczema-prone skin.
Every product is dermatologist and paediatrician-approved, vegan, cruelty-free, and made with essential oils and naturally derived ingredients.
Products are even put through independent user trials on babies and children with medically diagnosed eczema to ensure they are as mild as can be.
Gifts for mum
And let’s not forget about something for the mamas! This summer, Childs Farm launched Farmologie, their new skincare range for adults.
Featuring luxurious products, containing naturally derived ingredients, Farmologie’s products are suitable for all skin types, even dry, sensitive and eczema-prone skin.
The range contains colloidal oatmeal, oat oil, and moisturising agents and not only that, the range is ethically and sustainably sourced and packaged, so the products are friendly to the planet too.
Their Try-Me Gift Box makes the ideal stocking filler or travel-sized present, filled with four luxury minis all in their delicious signature pink grapefruit essential oil fragrance;
- Body Wash (30ml)
- Bath Soak (30ml)
- Moisturiser (30ml)
- Hand Cream (30ml)
Shop Childs Farm and Farmologie at www.childsfarm.com
(*according to Kantar World Panel, 52 weeks to 31 December 2019)