21 September 2017


Having eczema is something I've had to 'live with' for over 15 years. What started as a mild case as a teen turned into something quite severe in adulthood, and I often have flare ups that leave both my skin and emotions quite raw. 

A few years ago I was treated in hospital due to the severity of my skin, so what products I put on mine and the children's skin is unbelievably import to me. 

Having Aria and Olivia, I'm so careful with what products I use on them. Every label is checked and I always try use the most natural, organic products I can, which is why I am such a huge fan of the Childs Farm range. 

Childs Farm is an award winning British brand that uses natural ‘free-from’ ingredients and essential oils to produce mild, kind and delicious smelling toiletries that care for the skin and hair of newborns, babies and children.and are designed for sensitive skin, even that may be prone to eczema. The fact this is stated on their packaging is an absolute win for me. 

We've been using their range exclusively for several months now and I've noticed such a difference in not only their skin, but mine also. 

It's gentle enough that we were using it on Olivia as a newborn, which helped us establish an evening routine for her. 

My stand out product by an absolute mile is the Baby Lotion. Not only do I love using it on the girls as a way to relax after bedtime with a little baby massage, but also for myself. Since having Olivia my skin has been terrible, and this is the only product that has helped clear the majority of my eczema. I no longer have to use steroid cream and can now manage the dryness just by using this a few times a day. 

The fact that it works this well on my skin has made me love the range even more for our family. For anyone looking for a gentle range for their little ones, particularly with sensitive skin, I honestly cannot recommend Child's Farm enough! 

*this post is in collaboration with Childs Farm, but all thoughts and opinions are my own.

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