Child's Farm Shampoo & Condition Review.

A while back I received a sample of Child's Farms Shampoo for Luscious Locks and Condition for Unruly Hair in a baby mag that I brought. Once they were all gone I loved them so much that I just had to repurchase. Now, Bubba has always had quite sensitive skin. When he was a newborn he suffered with baby acne and dry skin so we have to be very careful what we put on him. I was struggling to find a shampoo which didn't bring him up in spots on his face when washing it away and that also didn't try his scalp. Then these little beaut's came into our lives and I love them!!

Child's Farm is a relatively new brand to me as I hadn't heard of them before and their range of products claim to use as much natural ingredients as possible. They are suitable for eczema prone skin and have NO parabens, SLSs mineral oils or artificial colours. Both products have a luscious strawberry and mint flavor (Bubba's head honestly smells so good after a hair wash that I would quite happily sit and sniff him all evening!!) and a little goes a very long way which I love! They are honestly amazing and I love that Bubba's hair is so soft after its dried and I have even had friends comment that his hair looks like its growing through so much thicker now. The bottle also says that it has a no sting formula and I can agree with that as Bubba is always pulling off his little bath hat thingy and getting it in his eyes and he never has any red or sore eyes afterwards.
Overall, I love these products. I also love this brand! On their Instagram they post the most lovely country side photos that just make me want to go and frolic around a field :)
You can buy these products in Boots (and probably elsewhere but I brought mine in Boots) and they are currently retailing for £3.99 each (250ml bottle) which in my opinion isn't a bad price especially as they last for so long.
Child's Farm do a range of baby bath products and I am itching to try more. Just need to wait until I run out of what we have now and I will be grabbing some.
I can't recommend these enough, even if your baby hasn't got sensitive skin, they leave their hair so soft and smelling divine!
I will leave the links below to the products and the their Instagram and twitter addresses.


Instrgam: @childsfarm
Twitter: @childsfarm


Note: This post is in no way endorsed by Child's Farm and is all my own opinion. I just genuinely loves these products and wanted to review them. 


  1. Are there any baby products that you swear by? Would love to hear your thoughts :)

  2. I keep meaning to try out child's farm! Two of my boys get eczema flare ups. For £3.99 that's not bad as some special eczema bath products can be rather pricey #triedtested

  3. I discovered Childs Farm recently too and love the products!

  4. We love Childs Farm, it's one of the only brands that doesn't irritate Max's eczema. Thanks for linking up with #TriedTested

  5. I love Child's Farm Products, the bubble bath smells awesome =D

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