A few weeks ago I had the honor of meeting and chatting to Joanna Jensen who is not only a mom like me & you but the founder of Childs Farm, the winning skincare brand.
If you haven’t heard of Childs Farm, it’s a UK skincare brand that was launched in South Africa a short while ago. This range is 98% made of natural goodness and caters to the needs of children with sensitive skin. Not only is it good for kids but it is found that 29% of consumers are actually adults.
Joanna’s youngest child suffered from sensitive skin and that inspired her to create the brand. She wanted her children to be able to share bath time as well as smell nice afterwards instead of having to use fragrance free medicinal creams for her sensitive skin.
The range includes moisturizers, bubble baths, shampoos and sun care products that are designed for all skin types. More importantly, it is approved by dermatologists and pediatricians for use on sensitive, eczema prone skin types too.
Many moms now pay more attention to what ingredients are being used in the products they use on their little. The good news is, no parabens, mineral oils, artifical colours or SLSs are used in this range which makes it perfect for tiny humans (and basically everyone else too).
Jody has this really sensitive skin that we constantly have to moisturize or else he’ll look like someone who have been trekking though the Sahara desert every day. Dust is not his friend and playing it the sand at school can sometime cause an allergic reaction. It’s important for us to make sure that the products we use for him does not make the situation worse. Trust me, you don’t want to see your child wanting to scratch his skin open. The scent is amazing and whenever my son gets a bath, he tells me how it smells like berries and apples. The fragrances also doesn’t cause any reations.
You can find this range at Clicks stores, Takealot.com as wel as Baby City where it ranges from R99 to R119. There are currently 15 products to choose from.
If you have tried the range, let me know in the comments section.