Halo and Horns Baby Care Baby Bath Reviews
Product Type: Halos and Horns baby products
Description:Brand: Halos and Horns / Type: Baby Wash / Gentle for baby's skin.
Newest Review: ... smaller it last so much longer! You need the tiniest drop to get a brilliant bath for your little one! And the smell is ... more
Customer Halo and Horns Baby Care Baby Bath Reviews (8)
by - written on 03/06/10 (Very useful, 10 readings)
Ok, so I will be honest; the main reason I bought this yesterday wasnt because it is free of parabens and other nasty chemicals, and not because it is dermapaedic and kind to delicate skin (although that is obviously a bonus), but because it was cheaper than Johnsons baby wash, which I normally buy. And the packaging was cute :) This was £1.57 (I think) from ASDA, and comes in a white handy squeezable bottle with a baby blue flip lid. It reads "baby care" in fuschia on the front,k the halos and horns logo is at the top of the label and it also informs you that it is "dermapaedic". On opening the bottle and giving a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/01/10 (Very useful, 34 readings)
My quest for gentle bath care products began over 8 months ago when I realised my daughter had eczema as well as food allergies. As no-one in my family had suffered from this, I was surprised! After some research I discovered that keeping her skin nice and clean was very important as was preventing it from getting dry. I read it was better to use a bath product, then just water! So the search began! I had tried a lovely Weleda cream bath product which I loved but it left an oily residue over all the bath toys and was very difficult to remove! Then I discovered Halos and Horns. They do a range of products for children, made from plant- derived ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/11/09 (Very useful, 155 readings)
I was going to buy some Johnsons baby bath from Tesco but noticed Halo's Baby Bath on special offer. The packaging advertised it as being chemical-free and suitable for sensitive skin. My son suffered from mild eczema as a baby and even though he hadn't had a flare up for some time I was still careful about the skincare products I chose. I purchased one 250ml tube for £1.02 (normal price at Tesco was £1.54). *** About Halos n Horns *** The Halos n Horns company was founded by Leila Wilcox. Her son used to suffer from red, blotchy skin after his bath and sometimes flare up with eczema. In 1995, she decided to cut out a long list of chemical nasties ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/03/09 (Very useful, 72 readings)
I first heard about Halos n Horns a few years back on Make Me a Million which was a televsion show on channel 4. All I remembered was that this young mum was trying to get a new baby bath and shampoo on to the market which did not have all the chemicals in it. She believed that this was what was making her sons skin so bad at bath time. In the end she won the show and this young mums name is Leila Wilcox. This product is now on the market and available in many places like Tesco, Morrisons and Boots. I never used this product back then as it was not something which I needed, my daughters skin was fine and I always used Johnsons products which I loved the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/09, updated on 18/02/09 (Very useful, 209 readings)
Halos and Horns, as well as being the title of a Dolly Parton allbum as I discovered whilst researching this review, is a range of toileteries for children. All the products are free of "nasties" the company having been set up by a mum called Leila Wilcox in 2005. This is a UK made product. I first started to use these products when my baby developped eczema. I had used the normal baby products such as Johnsons, and also tried more pricey alternatives like "little me". The latter product despite being "organic" left my hands very dry, I was so pleased when I discovered this product which was and still is reasonably priced at ... Read the complete review
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