A while back I saw an advert on Instagram from Childs Farm who were looking for Brand Ambassador’s. As a new mummy to nearly 6 month old now, I love to find out and discover new brands that I’d not heard of. Childs Farm was one of these. I love natural products that contain no nasties or are not harsh on baby’s skin. Oh and smell nice too!
So before I applied, I looked up Childs Farm and read up on what they are about.
A little about Childs Farm
Childs Farm was founded by Joanna Jenson in 2010 who was on a quest to discover a shampoo and conditioner to deal with her two daughters fine hair and sensitive skin. After lots of research she found out that there were no children’s toiletries that were fantastically packaged using safe child friendly ingredients on the market, and therefore Childs Farm was born.
They supply toiletries for baby and child that are suitable for sensitive and eczema prone skin.
These products are excellent for baby girl as she has a few dry skin spots on her body and I want to use products that won’t hurt her delicate skin.
As part of the ambassador programme Childs Farm sent us a gorgeous little gift set.
The baby essentials kit contains travel sized bottles of bedtime bubbles, baby wash, a baby moisturiser and nappy cream. There are all of course suitable for sensitive skin.
Specially developed to clean, nourish and care for the delicate skin and hair of newborns and babies
I love the smell of all the creams, lotions and washes. It’s a soft gentle smell and not over powering at all. Although they are travel size bottles you can really get quite a few goes out of each bottle. I love how they keep baby’s skin smelling great, protected and soft.
I honestly really recommend Childs Farm products for all baby skin. My nearly 6 month old loves them. She smells super cute after a bath!
Childs Farm have won lots of awards for their products from Mumsnet, Mother & Baby and Prima Baby & Pregnancy. They are also regularly mentioned in the national and local press for their achievements.
I feel honoured to be a part of Childs Farm to help promote their products to other mums.
Why not try some of their products yourself?
* All my opinions of the Childs Farm products are my own.