10 x Childs Farm Skin Care Bundle Giveaway

talkgreen Offer ends: 1 October 2021

Kind, natural & sustainable skincare for dry and sensitive skin

Starting with the right skincare routine for babies and children can help with long terms skin health benefits. For little one’s there are two key aspects for skincare: skin cleansing and moisturisation. 

Childs Farm is proud to offer a range of multi award-winning bath, body and hair care products specifically developed for little one’s skin needs. Our products celebrate all things natural and naturally derived to gently cleanse, soothe and moisturise their delicate and sensitive skin.

Happy skin promise

Childs Farm’s happy skin promise is our promise to you that we have done our very best to ensure every product we sell is designed specifically for your little one’s skin. We believe that everyone should feel happy in their skin, whether it's normal, sensitive or even eczema-prone. And that's why our products:

  • Are Dermatologist approved as suitable for dry, sensitive & eczema-prone skin
  • Are Paediatrician approved as being suitable for newborns and upwards
  • Contain 94% natural origin ingredients (ISO 16128)
  • Contain no primary petrochemicals, parabens or artificial colours
  • Are never tested on animals
  • Are made with sustainable packaging which is 100% recyclable

For more information and to explore our range, please visit

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10 x Childs Farm 250ml Bundle Giveaway

Offer ends: 1 October 2021

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