Written by Beth Stone • Published 30th July 2020 • 5 minute read

Scrubbingtons


A child skincare brand like no other, Scrubbington is a fun foaming wash that empowers kids to get into their own cleaning routine.

All parents to a rapidly growing child know it’s all too easy to get into the habit of washing your little one’s hair for them, long after they could be washing their own. Soaping her five-year-old’s hair one bathtime, Scrubbingtons co-founder Karen had a light bulb moment that changed everything.

“Why am I still using a bubble bath with a picture of a baby on the front when he’s not a baby anymore,” she wondered. “And why I am washing him when he should be starting to wash himself?!”

The result was Scrubbingtons, a new kind of foaming wash that gives kids the power to keep themselves clean.

The range, which spans from bubble bath and shampoo to a ‘first’ deodorant, is packed with natural ingredients that foam up and scrub up to prevent pongs – because, let’s face it, real kids get stinky.

The brand is on a mission to reduce the plastic waste associated with getting your kids clean, too. All bottles are made from 50% recycled plastic – and they’re working on the rest – as well as offering refill pouches to cut down waste.

Find out more at: www.scrubbingtons.com

Bepanthen


A classic baby skincare product recommended by mums around the world, Bepanthen is your go-to for any baby or child skincare problems – from nappy rash to eczema.

This much-loved cream has been around for more than 75 years. Well-known for soothing nappy rash, Bepanthen contains Pro Vitamin B5 which gently aids natural recovery of sensitive skin while keeping it soft, smooth and moisturised.

Bepanthen are known as experts in skincare, so the product is as good for adults as it is for babies. It locks in moisture, meaning it can be used for cuts and grazes, chafing, spots and acne – or almost any other skin trouble you have.

Learn more at www.bepanthen.co.uk

Evereden


Formulated by a team of Ivy League dermatologists, who just happen to be mums themselves, Evereden is baby skincare for a new, conscious generation of parents.

The brand hold themselves to the strictest standards in everything they do, banning 1,400 potentially harmful ingredients from their range and rigorously testing all formulations to achieve perfection.
Their gorgeous range spans products for baby and for mum – including luscious moisturisers, nourishing creams and soothing pregnancy belly masks.

Get the products at: https://www.ever-eden.com/

Good Bubble


Super cute and super conscious child skincare brand Good Bubble offers everything for your child’s skincare needs, from bubble bath and moisturizer to shampoo and conditioner.

The range, which is available from Boots, was created by founder Amy with her own little ‘spaghetti monster’ Freddie in mind. From her experience as a mum she wanted to create a range of mild and caring formulations that have been put together with the utmost love and attention.

The result was the Good Bubble range: naturally-derived, cruelty-free and vegan, suitable for newborns and those with sensitive skin as its made with skin-loving super fruits and a mild, allergen-free fragrance.

The British brand develops and produces the entire range in its Manchester factory – good stuff in every sense!

Get the goods at: www.goodbubble.co.uk

Childs Farm


Let’s just say that Childs Farm is the UK’s number one sensitive skincare range for kids for good reason!

Every product developed by the British brand has been developed with delicate and sensitive skin in mind, meaning you can be sure their range will leave your little one with happy skin.

The brand uses naturally-derived ingredients and essential oils across their entire range, which spans from nappy cream and bath bubbles to baby bedtime sprays to help soothe your little one into dreamland.

See the range at: https://www.childsfarm.com/

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