Comfort Concentrated Pure Fabric Conditioner Reviews
Product Type: Comfort household products
Description:1000ml. Fabric conditioner. Manufacturer: Comfort.
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Customer Comfort Concentrated Pure Fabric Conditioner Reviews (5)
by - written on 20/04/12 (Very useful, 97 readings)
Comfort concentrate pure is a fabric conditioner that is hypoallergenic and dermatologically tested so is gentle to use even on babies clothes to leave them feeling soft and smelling fresh. The fabric softener is perfect for use on all types of fabric and is easy to use, simply by pouring it into the drawer in your washing machine. The fabric softener is available to buy from all supermarkets and some local shops. I purchased this from my local Co-Op store where it was on offer for 2 bottles for £2.00. The bottles are the 750ml bottles. You can how-ever purchase a 1.5litre bottle and 5litre bottle. Prices may vary in different stores. ~ PACKAGING ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/11/10 (Very useful, 67 readings)
I never stick to the same brand of fabric conditioner, I tend to opt for the ones that are on offer. The one I'm currently using is Comfort Concentrate Pure. I bought a 750ml bottle from Netto for 99p. As its £1.80 in Tesco I thought it was a bargain. The bottle is clear plastic so you always know how much is left, I like that. The label on the front is almost teardrop shaped and is mainly white with a pale blue border. Most of the label is taken up with a cute picture of a sleeping baby and the words Comfort Concentrate Pure. It also tells us that you should get 21 washes from the bottle. The label also shows the British Skin Foundation logo confirming ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/05/10 (Very useful, 127 readings)
I usually buy supermarket own brand fabric conditioner. My son has quite sensitive skin, so I can't buy anything too fragranced and fancy anyway. However, when my son was first born I was given loads of free samples of washing powder and fabric conditioners. One of them was Comfort Concentrate Pure, which is marketed as being sensitive enough for baby's skin. I liked the results from the sample enough to buy a full sized bottle. Comfort Pure is hypoallergenic and has been dermatologically tested. A little logo on the bottle informs me that the British Skin Foundation validate Comfort Pure's research into skin care. This was enough to initially assure me ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/08/08 (Very useful, 54 readings)
I always use fabric softener in the wash because I am particularly smelly and washing powder alone will not get rid of my stink from clothes! This concentrated fabric softener from Comfort really manages to mask my BO and so it has now got to the stage where I cannot wear clothing unless it has been washed in comfort! In all honesty, it does make clothes smell cleaner in my opinion, and I am sure it is not because I am smelly! I did not use to use concentrated fabric softeners because they were more expensive but I am a sucker for advertising and after the recent onslaught of adverts about reducing the packaging and the lorries on the roads and hence carbon ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/07/10, updated on 10/07/10 (Very useful, 46 readings)
I have just bought a Tesco own, two in one washing powder and conditioner. It has worked rather well, but does this now mean I won't ever buy my trusted Comfort again? I always used to use Comfort, but maybe the days of a separate conditioner are becoming numbered. Comfort is a liquid that you add to your washing machine to ensure your clothes come out soft and bouncy. If you use a powder on its own, the clothes are stiffer and don't smell as good. This has a mild scent, a delicate hint of perfume about it, but nothing outrageous that it upsets the nose. I use Comfort with towels, bed linen and items that you really want to be extra soft. I am not so bothered ... Read the complete review
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