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Toddle Adventure Bundle Review

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£26.50
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Mother&Baby Awards
  • 2020 Shortlisted Best Baby Skincare Range/Product

At a glance: 

Toddle's Adventure Bundle provides a lip balm, sun cream, and hand gel to keep your little one's hands and skin protected and moisturised when in the sun and or the rain. These products are all the essentials you'll need for when you're out and about. 

How did this product make your life easier?

Linsey: These products are all ones I consider essentials for on the go and active Mums and children. The lip balm and hand gel have attached toggles to allow you to attach them to a bag or buggy for easy access which is a great design. The sun cream is SPF 50 and for sensitive skin so good for both me and the kids. It’s also water-resistant so good for the days in the paddling/swimming pool.

Victoria: The Adventure Bundle makes life easier for me as a Mum because if it's a sunny day I can simply unpack the sun cream and put some on my baby. The texture of the sun cream is velvety and not greasy which I find so much better than some other brands. The cream also doesn't transfer onto clothes or items such as the car seat.

Kelly: I absolutely LOVE that they can be tied to the pram handle so that they don’t get lost in the bottom of the changing bag. They make my life easier as a mum because I know they are all made from natural ingredients and are good for my child’s skin. They are all the perfect size too to take out and about.

Would you recommend this to other mums?

Kate: These products felt lovely, soft and gentle on my little one's skin and I also used them on my self. the products also smelt nice and fresh. All of these products have added extra ingredients to make them extra "healthy" for your little one, for example, the sun cream has added vitamins! This product is made with natural ingredients and also vegan, which is unique compared to other products.

Rebecca: I would recommend this to a fellow mum. This is due to a few things but mainly the products seem practical and are obviously useful for busy parents who are out and about a lot with their families. On top of this, the products are very much geared towards children (e.g. dribble proof lip balm, gentle hand sanitiser). The packaging looks good and all functions well. The toggle on the bottles is a great idea, especially for hand sanitiser as small bottles might get lost in a changing bag, but you need to use it all the time. On top of this, the products feel quite luxurious, as they smell lovely. They all apply nicely, and personally I prefer a balm/lotion format of sun cream. Furthermore, they arrived in lovely packaging with a handwritten note. I would also recommend this as a gift for someone having a summer baby, as well as something I’d buy myself.

Rachael: I would recommend this to a friend because it's a lovely product. It's really handy as the hand sanitizer and lip balm can be attached to your bag so you don't have to spend ages searching for it. A little bit goes a long way they don't have a nasty smell at all. The sun and wind protection leaves skin feeling soft and is gentle on the skin. It also came in a lovely packaging which had my name on I think that personal touch was so nice.

Would you choose this product to win?

Nichola: I would choose this product above the rest because they look great, feel great, smell great and actually work too. The sun balm is my favourite as it's so easy to apply and has a lovely consistency and texture to it. So far I've had not any yellow stains left on my whites too which is always a bonus. I just found the whole concept of the product really likable which made me feel like a good mum why I used them or showed them off to other mums. The packaging and ingredients in itself make it stand out from the rest - eco-friendly, vegan and natural - love it.

Kimberley: The sun and wind balm smells lovely and is such a gentle product for sensitive skin whilst giving high protection. With the hot weather we had we used it daily on both our baby and toddler - it's just a shame it didn't come in a bigger bottle! All three products stand out from others on the market. It comes with an information leaflet explaining the products and as I have said they are all so lovely.

Victoria: I would choose this product now that I have tested it. Before testing, I hadn't heard of this brand and I haven't seen it in the shops so I wasn't aware of it before. Now I have tried it I would recommend it to many Mums & Dads out there who need skincare that stays put for their babies. This product is better than others I have tried because it is not greasy and it leaves babies skin soft and cared for.

What changes would you make to this product?

Keeley: The smell is not to everyone's taste so that is the only thing that would put me off buying it long term and to maybe insert a carry handle onto the suncream, that would be really helpful to have on the pram at all times. It would also benefit from being able to reuse the pots si maybe have a screw-in system in place so that the packages can be recycled.

Kate: It is difficult to think of any way these products can be improved as they seem to provide all that any mum could be looking for with health, vegan environmentally friendly products that are good for your child. As plastic is a hot topic at the moment it might be good to consider either plastic-free options for packing or advertise that they are made with recyclable materials.

Rachael: Just on the lip balm to say a little goes a long way as it can feel a bit greasy if to much is applied. I also found the hand sanitizer took a bit of time to soak into skin my toddler is a bit funny about feeling sticky so because of this he was unsure of it but that's all I can think of to make some slight tweaks to the product.

While training as a journalist at the University of Gloucestershire for 3 years, she was nominated for the Best Feature Category at the Midlands Student’s Media Awards this year, and Head of News and Social Media for the university’s radio station, Tone Radio. Ellie has been published by the likes of Heatworld, Heart, Gloucestershire Live, and ITV West Country. 

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