Childs Farm Toiletries Range for Baby & Child Review

from Childs Farm
RRP £4
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by Maria Martin |

Childs Farm is an award-winning British brand with bath, body and hair products formulated with natural and naturally derived, sustainably sourced and skin soothing ingredients for happy skin.

Designed for all skin types including dry, sensitive and eczema-prone skin, the entire range has been paediatrician and dermatologist approved as suitable for newborns and upwards, giving parents confidence to choose Childs Farm for their little one. So much so that over 97% of parents of children with medically diagnosed eczema would recommend the range to other parents. Registered with The Vegan Society and Cruelty Free International.

We spoke to these real parent testers to get their review...

How did this product make your life easier?

Cerian: It's so reassuring to know that all products within the range are to a high standard. I don't have to think about which brand I will pick up in the supermarket, I'll go straight for Child's Farm, knowing exactly what the quality of the product will be. I wasn't aware of the whole range of products that Child's Farm offer, and now I'm aware of their additional products such as handwash, handcream, curly/dry hair products, I can't wait to purchase more of them to make my life easier.

Alexandra: As a mum of three young children sometimes bath/shower time can be a continuous battle. I found that with the designs of the bottles being so fun and eye catching it made my children excited about getting to pick which products they wanted to try and enjoyed getting into the shower or bath to see what the smell would be like of the products they had picked, subsequently making the whole experience easier, happier and stress free for myself. The bottles are all easy to operate meaning my two older children could open and close them themselves meaning less shouting out for my help because a lid is too stiff for them to open. My youngest is 8 months old and the baby products are all easy for me to open when she is in the bath.

Laura: Child’s Farm produces a wide range of toiletries, some of which I wasn’t even aware of! It makes my life easier as a mum as it’s a trusted brand and I know I don’t have to worry about my baby’s delicate skin as all of their products are suitable particularly for sensitive skin - this is a huge weight off any mum's mind when it comes to bath time.

Would you recommend this product to other parents?

Jessica: After reviewing Child’s Farm toiletries for baby & child, I can safely say that I will be purchasing again and have already been recommending it to my friends. My children have decided these are the best they have used. The scented products smell gorgeous and the end result is brilliant. The curly hair products have been a big hit as their curls don’t look dry anymore! The detangler is the best one we’ve ever had and I even tried it in my hair, just for the gorgeous smell. My children all had contact dermatitis from using the school soap. This hand soap is so gentle on their skin and leaves it feeling so smooth. Another great feature is that the items that my kids use independently all have push dispensers, which means no wasted product or spillages. We love the packaging as it’s so bright and fun. The baby products are very gentle on my sensitive baby’s skin but do the job needed. I have also found that even if any of the product gets in her eyes, we have had no tears at all.

Katie: I love this product and would throughly recommend it to all mums. Its great for all skin types so makes it very versatile. You only need a small amount of product and it feels nice on my baby's skin. I like the variety of scents in the bubble bath and shampoo range and the shampoo doesn't irritate my toddlers eyes. The moisturiser is great on my daughter's dry skin, absorbs quickly and doesn't irritate.

Amanda: The smells are great. My son has eczema and when I first started finding products for him they were really bland and quite oily. Then a friend told me about Childs Farm and I was really pleased to know there was a wide range of products we could choose from that were fun and smelled great. Oscar also likes choosing the bottles when we run out and need to get the next one.

Would you choose this product above all others on the market?

Rhian: I personally would always choose Child Farm products for my child now as I have tried and tested them and have absolutely no issues with them at all, they are so soft on his skin and they have such a wide variety to choose from for all skin/hair types. The nourishing coco shampoo is one of my absolute faves and I’ve used them a few times on my own hair and have been very impressed.

Sarah: Yes, I think the Childs Farm range is great and should win. The children’s products are beautifully designed and colourful, and I don’t mind seeing them in my bathroom. They also smell delicious. All the products we tried in both the baby and children’s ranges have been kind on my children’s skin which is what you want as a parent. They also have a broad range of products in their range which don’t necessarily have to be used by kids such as handwashes and hand creams, and there are fragrance free options too, so there’s something for all the family.

Megan: Yes, I would pick Childs Farm above all others. There is a great range of products, some for extremely sensitive skin and others lightly fragranced to suit everyone. The scents are lovely and not too overpowering but long lasting. They do a full range of bath time products including shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, bubble bath, moisturiser and sun cream. They leave my daughter's skin lovely and smooth and she has never reacted to any of their products. They have also cleared up any dry skin or eczema flare-ups she has had. You only need to use a small amount so the bottles will last a while.

What changes would you make to this product?

Cerian: I would like the shampoo and conditioner bottles to come with a 'pump' action rather than a squeezy bottle. This would allow you to be more economical with the product and only dispense what you need. The price point is on the higher side (and rightly so), but to be able to be accurate with the amount you dispense would help to make the products last longer.

Alexandra: The only change I would make regarding the product would be to add in the option of having more of the products offering a variety of sizes that they come in i.e. having miniature sizes that can easily be packed away for a weekend trip or to offer a gift set with miniature sizes in them for the older children to recieve.

Laura: I wouldn’t make any improvements to the products themselves as they are already great but it might be nice to see them bundled together in packages. They are a lovely idea for baby shower gifts or for new mums so it would be great to bundle together so a new mum doesn’t need to worry about bath time.

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