This is a collaborative post with Infacare Baby
Emma has had sensitive skin ever since she was born – it started when she was just weeks old and the baby acne phase didn’t disappear for months. It’s always been a worry for me, particularly if the blemishes might scar her skin. For bathtime, we would just use water until recently when she has started requesting bubble bath. Let’s face it that’s the fun part, so I’ve been on the look out for bubble bath that is delicate enough on her sensitive skin.
I’m always intrigued as to what products other parents are using so I’ve asked for a few bloggers for their recommendations:
Victoria from Lylia Rose loves using Child’s Farm, which I often hear recommended. I love how fruity their bathtime products and I’d love to try one out.
Kelly from Mimi, Rose and Me loves using Johnson’s Bathtime Routine; I’ve heard a lot about their top-to-toe routine, although I’ve never used Johnson’s products so far.
I love hearing about products I’ve not yet tried and Sophia from Tattoed Tea Lady has introduced us to Mustela and Weleda. Sophia says “We’ve used these brands since birth and find them effective for what we need whilst being gentle on W’s skin; she has mild eczema so using gentle products is really paramount for us”.
I’m a big fan of the old favourites that just work, as Deborah from Hello Deborah recommends Junior Oilatum, with Laura from Five Little Doves giving a thumbs up to Aveeno Baby Bath, “it works wonders on Harry’s eczema and I even use it in my bath as it’s so gentle on the skin”. One I hadn’t thought of was the Burts Bees Bath Wash, which Amy from Mama Mighalls loves.
I’ve been hearing a lot about Good Bubble and wondered how it would fare with sensitive skin. Kelly from Bringing Up Georgia loves it as it is “perfect for sensitive skin, smells gorgeous AND it’s a lot cheaper than alternatives”. Sounds like it would be well worth a try!
In our bathroom, we have been trying Infacare Night-Time Bubble Bath. This night-time bubble bath smells of lavender and has been very gentle. In the past, after a bubble bath the irritation to Emma’s skin is visible right away but the one is different. We’ve also got a couple of bottles of bubble bath to giveaway and would love you to enter below!
Terms and Conditions:
- UK Entries only
- Winner chosen at random
- If the winner does not respond within 7 days, another winner will be chosen
- Winners contact details will be passed to the Organix PR who will coordinate the prize
- Ends 11.59pm Wednesday 30th August 2017
Disclaimer: I was given samples of he Infacare Nightime Baby Bath for the purpose of this review and giveaway. All opinions and words are my own.