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Sukin Baby Range Review

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Mother&Baby Awards
  • 2019 Bronze Best Baby Skincare Range/Product

At a glance:

This 100% Vegan, five product Baby range has been specifically formulated to provide incredibly caring, natural products for all babies from as young as newborns. The range features a baby wash, baby shampoo, baby lotion and massage oil with fragrance-free or softly-fragranced options.

Would you recommend this to other mums?

Claire: I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this product to others as they are so nice. The packaging is well designed and looks like a high-end product. I have already told others about how nice this product is and advised them to keep an eye out for it coming into shops soon.

Anna: I would definitely recommend this product to other mums. The products are subtly scented and were incredibly gentle on my baby's skin. She suffered no reactions and the lotion quickly absorbed into her skin. Her skin was beautifully soft afterwards.

Sharon: I really liked the products on offer in this range. We have loved the baby shampoo as it leaves hair clean and shiny. The fact there is a baby body lotion as well as a massage oil is great as you sometimes want a lighter moisturiser.

How did this product make your life easier?

Sabah: The products come in generously sized bottles and you only need a small amount, making them excellent value for money as I don’t have to re-stock regularly. I like that there are complementary items within the range making it easy to move from bathing to skin care whilst maintaining continuity of scents and use of natural nourishing products.

Sekina: I like that this is a complete skincare range so there is no need to buy anything else, making life much easier as a mum. The bottles are easy to use with the pumps and they are a good size meaning they will last a long time.

Amy: I liked the design of all the Sukin products. They looked sleek and stylish in neutral colours. They were easy to use and all the bottles seemed to be non-drip and easy to keep clean/avoid spills. The Sukin oil was lovely to use, it didn’t leave any residue on the skin and left it feeling silky smooth for some time. 

Would you choose this product to win?

Claire: This product would be my clear winner! The packaging makes it stand out as a high-end product. The products feel great and you can tell they aren't filled with chemicals. They are not cheap but I think you can tell they are high quality.

Anna: I'm a stickler for cruelty-free products so Sukin was a perfect match as they do not test on animals and are 100% vegan. I normally use coconut oil as a moisturiser because I prefer natural ingredients. However, Sukin's plant-based ingredients were a welcome change to our regime. Sukin are interested in sustainable palm oil sourcing which is a huge bonus.

Sharon: I think this range has it all and would make a lovely gift for anyone with a newborn. A little goes a long way and we are enjoying using the products. They are vegan, contain no sulphites, no harsh detergents, no parabens and are fragrance-free which are all bonuses. I do think I would choose these again, however, they are only available from selected shops.

What changes would you make to this product?

Sabah: I was very happy with the products and wouldn’t change anything. If I had to pick one thing, the packaging on the bottles could be brighter and more attractive to allow it to stand out on the shelf. 

Sekina: It would be great if the entire range was available in travel size bottles as they are quite bulky to take away on holiday with you. 

Claire: I would make the writing on the front of the bottle bolder. A few times I've picked up the wrong product as the writing is unclear and the colour of the font against the grey doesn't stand out well.

Catriona originally joined the team as an Editorial Assistant to work on the 2019 M&B Awards. As a Digital Writer, she has written and updated hundreds of articles on the site from medical explainers to celebs news and shopping galleries.

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