Arts & Crafts with Childs Farm | Collaboration

I highly doubt that anyone out there knows this but my first ever product review on this blog was a Childs Farm review. I had 2 little tiny bottles of the stuff that I had got as a freebie from a parenting magazine and I fell in love with the brand from then. The products not only smell amazing but they are so kind and gentle to sensitive skin which was a massive thing to us when Pickle was a baby as he had such sensitive skin that would flare up so easily. Fast forward 2 years and we still use Childs Farm to this day so when we were contacted by them and asked if we wanted some of their gorgeous products I obviously couldn't say no.

The lovely people at Childs Farm sent us through an amazing box of goodies that not only included some amazing products but they also sent some fun stickers and craft things to help us make some funny figures from the bottles. Needless to say Pickle and I had a brilliant time getting messy and turning our Childs Farm products into what we called 'Aliens'!

All aliens aside, I am a huge advocate of Childs Farm and what they do. They only use naturally derived ingredients and essential oils to make their super soft and kind to skin products. I am yet to come across a Childs Farm product that I don't love the smell of and the strawberry scent of their conditioner instantly takes me back to Pickle being a little snuggly baby as it was the only thing we could use on him that didn't bring him out in a rash. All of the Childs Farm range are dermatologist and paediatrician approved and even suitable for eczema prone skin. Amazing right?!?!?

Childs Farm has shot to fame in recent years and has hordes of mothers singings their praises and I am one of them! You can find the full range of Childs Farm products on their website here and in most major stores.

Note: these products were sent to us for the purpose of this review but all opinions and honest and my own. 

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