Not Just An Empty Bottle | CHILDS FARM

Bath time has always been a favourite for the girls . They absolutely love playing in the bath or having a nice long soak - but they all suffer with eczema and did you know that water can actually trigger someone’s eczema and leave them feeling sore, dry or itchy .


We use Child’s farm and I have got to say, I have been using it for as long as I can remember on the children. It is suitable for sensitive and eczema prone skin, is made up with over 98% naturally derived ingredients and contains no nasties - no artificial colours, free from parabens, SLSs & mineral oils, and it contains some lovely organic essential oils.

There is so much to the range - shampoos, conditioner, wipes, bubble bath- the grapefruit and tea tree  detangler spray smells amazing! And it’ll keep them pesky nits at bay :)

It is also suitable from newborn which is perfect for our girls as we can use the same products on all children and not have to go out and buy different products aimed at newborns .

 

We have been getting a start on our Christmas crafts - it is never to early! And we’ve actually been using our empty Child’s Farm bottles. We are big fans of recycling and this is a perfect way to recycle and keep the kiddies entertained at the same time .


We have had so much fun creating our bottle characters. Alessia's Santa Claus looks absolutely brilliant.

Have you got a creative side? I would love to see your recycled creations. :)


25 comments

  1. Aww I love these ideas - I'll have to check to see if we have a spare bottle to make these :)

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  2. I love the reindeer, it looks like he is well prepared for his busy time of the year x

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  3. I envy those who are good with crafts and DIY projects. I used to try, but I've given up and have learned to accept that it's just not for me :)

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  4. Love this idea I need to do more crafts with Blake so will bookmark this.

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  5. We discovered the fabulous Child's Farm for our kids a few years ago when they kept having eczema flare ups. It's horrible as a parent to watch your children so uncomfortable.

    I love your festive bottle ideas, my children would love to do some of these.

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  6. Ahh what a lovely idea! I just discovered childs farm, it's great!

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  7. I had no idea that water could cause it to flare up! Child's farm sounds great do you know if they are cruelty free? x

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  8. This is a great idea! Now I just need some empty bottles haha x

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  9. I love Childs Farm and what a great way of recycling the bottles

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  10. What a great way to recycle old bottles! Lovely creations :) x

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  11. We love Child's Farm products too! I often use them as well as the kids, they smell so good! Love what you have done with the bottles x

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  12. Love this idea! Such a great thing to give the empty bottles a second life!

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  13. Such a cute idea. Super being able to recycle! We're big Child's Farm fans here too!

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  14. I bought a bottle of Child's farm swimming shampoo and it was lovely, great way to recycle the bottles!

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  15. These are such a good idea, something fun to do instead of chuck in the recycling bin. We love Child’s Farm too x

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  16. Creative recycled crafts are always such a hit in our house! They also do a lot of it at school, and are always bringing me home their creations. xx

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  17. What great upcycling! We've never used Child's Farm before, so off to check them out x

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  18. Aw wow, these are wonderful! I'm looking forward to doing Christmas crafts with my little girl, we're starting to get into the spirit of things now. We use Childs Farm quite a lot, I love that they're cruelty-free and they smell lovely! x

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  19. One f my girls had baby eczema and I had some Child's Farm to review back then and I found it fab too. I love the idea of recycling the bottles and making fun CHristmas characters, good job. Mich x

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  20. Ahhhh they are so cute and great use!

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  21. Oooh, some fab upcycling there! We are massive fans of Child's Farm and I have always used their products on both of the girls. They both have really sensitive skin but Child's Farm is brilliant and really gentle.

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  22. We use Child's Farm too. My kids love bath time.

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  23. I'm a huge childs farm fan, both of my children have sensitive skin and they've never had any issues when using it and I use the moisturiser myself. I love what you've done with the bottles, I always wonder how I could reuse them for something else, they are such lovely bottles.

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  24. I have never tried this brand but my youngest Alfie has such sensitive skin I might give them a try. I love your recycled bottles - very creative!

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  25. What a great idea to use old toiletries packaging. We love Child's Farm, Monkey's skin has always been bad and now its getting cold again it will really affect him. Thankfully the baby seems to have got away with it. Couldn't recommend these products more.

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