Childs Farm Strawberry And Mint Shampoo – 250ml

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Laura Henderson - Medical Content Writer
Laura Henderson
Medical Content Writer
James O'Loan - CEO & Superintendent Pharmacist
James O'Loan
CEO & Superintendent Pharmacist

What is Childs Farm Strawberry And Organic Mint Shampoo?

Childs Farm Strawberry And Organic Mint Shampoo is a hair care product that’s ideal for children with sensitive or eczema-prone skin. Its detangling formula is perfect for kids who make a fuss when it’s time to comb out that tangled, knotted hair because it irritates their poor scalps. Childs Farm products are approved by Cruelty Free International and the Vegan Society and their packaging is made from 100% Prevented Ocean Plastic, so you’re not just being kind to your hair, you’re being kind to animals too.

How to use this shampoo for sensitive skin

You’ll use Childs Farm shampoo in the same way you would any other shampoo. Start by wetting the hair, apply a cherry-sized amount of shampoo and massage it gently into the hair and scalp. Repeat this process if you or your child have particularly long or thick hair. We recommend following up with a conditioner that is suitable for sensitive skin, especially if the hair is prone to tangles or knots.

Can I use this shampoo if my child has eczema?

This Childs Farm shampoo has been approved by dermatologists and paediatricians as suitable for children who have eczema or sensitive skin. This includes people with dry or eczema-prone skin, so if you’re struggling to find hair care that won’t irritate your child’s sensitive scalp, this could be perfect for you. It’s suitable for children of all ages, including newborns, with 100% of parents who took part in user trials reporting that this product did not irritate their child’s skin.

What is eczema?

Eczema is a dry skin condition that is particularly common in children. It causes dry patches of skin, which may be isolated in one or two places but can happen all over the body, being particularly common on the hands, feet, knees, elbows, face, and scalp. When you have eczema, you won’t have dry skin all the time but will usually find that you experience flare-ups of the condition. Many people get eczema flare-ups after they’ve come into contact with something that irritates their skin, like harsh soaps and detergents, which can make finding shampoo and body wash that won’t annoy your sensitive skin difficult.

When should this shampoo not be used?

Do not use Child’s Farm Strawberry and Mint shampoo if you or your child are allergic to any of the listed ingredients. For external use only, follow the manufacturer’s directions carefully during each use. If you accidentally get this shampoo into your eyes, rinse well with clean water. If irritation continues speak to your doctor or pharmacist.

Does this shampoo have any side effects?

100% of parents involved in trials conducted by Childs Farm said that this shampoo did not cause irritation to their child’s skin. With that in mind, if you use this product as recommended by the manufacturer your child shouldn’t experience any side effects. However, it is important to note that allergic reactions to ingredients in this shampoo are always possible, so make sure to read the ingredients list printed on the bottle before use. You should also patch test the shampoo on your child’s skin before use, as this will help you to identify any potential irritants and prevent reactions. If you or your child experience any irritation or other side effects while using this product, stop use and rinse the area with a lot of clean water. If irritation continues, speak to your doctor or pharmacist as soon as possible.

How to store this product

Keep out of sight and reach of children. Store in a cool, dry place that is out of direct sunlight. Do not use this product if the expiry date printed on the original packaging has passed.

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