Caring for Sensitive Skin

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When you first have a baby you become aware of how much they have Sensitive Skin, ever as babies both Kayleigh and Ethan have had and still do.

That is why I always use Persil Non-bio and comfort pure for our washing as anything else seems to bring their eczema out even more.

When I started nesting for both children I made sure everything was perfect, the room was spotless, their clothes carefully washed and put away ready. You do anything you can to keep your little ones safe and healthy and why should they way you care for their clothes be any different?

Currently Asda are selling special bottles of Persil non-bio 25w & Comfort Pure 42w where they will be donating 25p per bottle to Tommy’s children’s charity. Don’t worry if you can’t find the special bottles though, they have said 25p from bottles without the special label will still go to the charity!

#Mums4Tommys #Mums4Tommys #Mums4Tommys

Tommy’s funds research into the causes and prevention of miscarriage, premature birth and stillbirth, and provide a free information service that educates all parents-to-be about health in pregnancy.

With the shocking statistic that 1 in 4 women lose a baby during pregnancy or birth and that is why what Tommy does is so important.

Next time you pick up your detergent and conditioner why not lend a helping hand by purchasing one of their special bottles and help make a difference with the #Mums4Tommys campaign.


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