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I’ve always struggled to find palm oil free bath products. The majority of brands use palm oil derivatives to make their products bubbly. But a few months ago, we reviewed Jack and Jill tooth care range for children. Since then, they’ve expanded to include bath products as well. We’ve been reviewing their new bath time range and you can win a hamper of them so you can try them yourself.
Simplicity shampoo and body wash
The simplicity range is perfect for sensitive skin. It is unscented and hypoallergenic. It is even fine for use on newborns. My girls both suffer from slightly sensitive skin, so I do prefer unscented bath products for them. The only worry I have is that it might not make them smell clean.
Luckily despite being unscented, the simplicity shampoo and body wash is effective and actually smells really nice. It actually prevents dry skin as it contains quinoa, which contains calcium, iron, phosphorous and vitamin B2. It also contains soap bark, a natural foaming agent and cleanser.
We love the pump action bottle that this comes in. It’s ideal for putting by the bath, as it has a wide base so it doesn’t fall over. It is easy to dispense and the children can manage to wash themselves easily with it.
The serenity moisturiser is aromatherapy based. So if used after bath time, it not only moisturises children’s skin, but helps to relax them. It contains essential oils of lavender, clary sage and chamomile, as well as extract of Australian White Cyprus. All these ingredients are calming and relaxing and can help children to get a good night’s sleep.
The moisturiser is gentle and hydrating. We’ve been applying it whenever our skin felt a bit dry and rubbing some on after the bath when we remember. The girls both suffer with dry patches on their faces at times. Applying serenity moisturiser seems to have cleared up the dry patches for the time being, despite Libby in particular having had it quite badly after our holiday. I’m hoping that if we keep remembering to apply the moisturiser, this will prevent it from happening again.
Sweetness bubble bath
The sweetness bubble bath aims to be both hydrating and fun. It uses soap bark as a cleansing and foaming agent. I did worry about whether the bubble bath would be bubbly enough, as most companies do use palm oil derivatives as a foaming agent. However, this was super effective and we loved the bubbles it produced.
The bubble bath contains lots of aromatherapy oils. It uses ylang ylang, coconut, neroli and palmarosa essential oils and extract of orange pearl. Contrary to other bubble baths, it doesn’t dry out the skin. In fact, the oils have hydrating properties. It’s perfect for a relaxing bath before bedtime, and we’ve been following it up with the serenity moisturiser for hydrated skin and a good night’s sleep.
Win a Jack and Jill bath time hamper
Jack and Jill have kindly agreed to give a bath time hamper to one lucky winner. This will include a bubble bath, a shampoo and body wash and a moisturiser. The bottles are all nice and large so they should keep you going at bath time for a good while!
If you’d like to win the hamper, you can enter using the Rafflecopter below. Please read my competition terms and conditions before entering. Don’t forget to check out my other competitions too, there are some brilliant prizes up for grabs.