Waitrose Baby Bottom Butter Reviews
Product Type: Waitrose baby products
Description:Brand: Waitrose / Type: Baby Care / A rich, camomile-scented blend of olive oil and vanilla essential oil, to nourish the skin and help protect against irritation.
Newest Review: ... down their sometimes. Price wise I was pleasantly surprised at £2.89 per 125ml tub - with it being Waitrose I expected it to ... more
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Customer Waitrose Baby Bottom Butter Reviews (11)
by - written on 31/01/12 (Very useful, 407 readings)
I had read about this amazing baby product a few months ago but I guess everyone else had at the time too because when I went to find it in Waitrose they had completely sold out and were not expecting any more for quite a few weeks. I remembered recently that I wanted to try it and so looked in Waitrose and lo and behold they had some so I bought a 125ml tub, very cheaply priced at the £2.89 in my opinion. The reason why it had sold out was because the article stated it was great as a face cream and that mummy's were not only using it on their baby's bottoms but finding that it gave them excellent results on their faces too. It said that this face cream ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/09/09 (Very useful, 967 readings)
Once you become a mother, especially if your child has super sensitive skin like my son, the search for the "perfect moisturiser" extends into the search for the perfect botty cream. Is it easy to use? does it spread well? How long does it last? does it smell nice? Is it expensive? and most importantly does it actually work? I think I have finally found the bottom cream of my dreams and much to my joy it costs very little and has a gentle yet irresistable aroma, which reminds me of white chocolate. I live in Italy where your average chemical scented nappy cream with the consistency of lard costs at least 10 euro. I had already heard good ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/06/11 (Very useful, 325 readings)
I have a shameful confession. My dear and wonderful mother offered me a tub of this a couple of years ago and I turned it down. I knew better, of course. Waitrose, Shmaitrose. Like I'd put something designed for posteriors on my skin. Take one large slice of humble pie. I reacquainted myself with the butter about five months ago when we were having a(nother) cold spell. I seemed like almost every part of my skin was feeling dry and crackly. Dry heels. Eczema. A nasty red ring round the mouth in windy weather. Hands like leather (not the good kind, the stuff they use to clean cars). Baby butter is not expensive. We live in difficult times. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/05/10, updated on 03/09/13 (Very useful, 1150 readings)
I should point out first that I don't have any children and am not reviewing this product for its baby-bottom-softening properties, but rather for my own experience of using it on eczema! In my mid-twenties I started getting random patches of very stubborn eczema, mainly around my ankles, which were maddeningly itchy - sometimes so much that I'd draw blood from so much scratching. I know, I know, scratching makes it worse, but sometimes I just couldn't help it! After trying virtually everything the local pharmacist suggested, and a trip to the doctor, who prescribed me some steroid creams, my skin was still suffering. Some of these creams would ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/05/09 (Very useful, 270 readings)
I bought this after a friend recommended it for a natural remedy for nappy rash. I missed the big thing in the papers but she told me that it was back in stock at Waitrose and was very excited to find it. Its made from olive oil, Chamomile and vanilla in simple terms and is meant to be a 'miracle cream'. I thought it smelled delicious and used it on my son straight away. I was pleased with the moistrising effect and also used it on his cheeks which were sore from teething. I used it for a few weeks but once he got a bit sore and I then found I needed something stronger so opted for one of the mainstream creams which did in fact clear up the rash. Inmy ... Read the complete review
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