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When I was expecting my first baby I got this shampoo from my mother. This was the shampoo we used for her very first bath and this its the same brand I still use for her and my new baby too. I love this shampoo, it smells nice, its mild and I don't think it irritates my little girl's eyes. For my new baby too I choose this same shampoo as I have used many mothercare products and have always been very satisfied the product. My mom too used some of the mothercare products such as the powder and lotion when I was a baby. ****The appearance**** It comes in a white plastic bottle that is slightly see through and contains 300ml of yellow liquid. The shampoo quite thin, but requires just a small amount as it lathers well. The appearance of these bottles change slightly from time to time. ****The Product**** This is a very gentle shampoo with a mild fragrance that leaves baby's hair feeling soft and clean. The shampoo I have has got extracts of honey, chamomile and aloe vera to moisturize baby's delicate scalp and hair. The shampoo is suitable to use from birth. ****What I like about it**** * Smells nice * Doesn't irritate the eyes * Makes my baby feel nice and fresh * Leaves my baby's hair soft and clean I love this product and will continue to use it as long as my little girls decide they want something else or until I get tired of that lovely smell.
I have always been leery of buying store brand baby products. Store brand nappies may leak or have cheap tapes. Store brand baby bath may rash out sensitive skin. Worst of all, store brand baby shampoo may say tearless but burn sensitive eyes horribly. It was therefore with great trepidation that I tried the Mothercare branded toiltries in the giftbox. To my great delight, the generously sized bottle of shampoo smelled lovely as I opened the bottle. A very small drop lathered up nicely enough to wash my baby's hair. Then, as I was trying to carefully rinse it off, the worst thing that could happen did. My baby squirmed and the shampoo went staright into her eyes. SDhe blinked. That was it. No cries, no eye watering, nothing. It was if nothing but pure water had washed into her eyes. Now that REALLY impressed me. I was pleased that she did not develop a rash at all from it, and I have to say that she is the first of my children to not develop cradle cap. Whether or not that has anything to do with the shampoo, I do not know, but I am filing it away as a possibility. The next time that I went into Mothercare, I took a quick look at the price. It was less than Johnson's, but more expensive than most other store brands. Having said that, I believe you actually get more washes as you only need such a very small amount. I personally think that with the standard of known quality and the Mothercare reputation for excellence, the difference in price is more than acceptable. Weighing in the amount to use, cost, scent, etc., I have to say that I prefer Mothercare baby shampoo over any other brand, including Johnson's.
A luxury baby shampoo that smells wonderful. - Advantages: The smell is delicious,very bubbly and lathers up with a minimum amount of shampoo., Various size bottles I got mine in a gift set when he was first born and we recently had to buy a new bottle(he's just turned1)., Packaging is very nice,clean and fresh looking,but the smell this shampoo has gets my vote as it's lovely,don't I sound sad?LOL. - Disadvantages: Is quite costly opposed to some other brands.