Product Type: Comfort household products
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Comfort pure fabric conditioner
Comfort Pure Fabric Conditioner
Member Name: louisechackett
Comfort Pure Fabric Conditioner
Advantages: gorgeous smell, kind to skin, makes clothes soft
Disadvantages: none really for me
When my son was very small I always used comfort pure fabric conditioner and over the years it has been one of the only kinds of fabric conditioner I will buy over and over again. I am currently using this one with my washing and this is my review of the product.
Comfort pure comes in various sizes and I do tend to purchase it whenever it is on offer so the price can vary quite a lot. I bought my current bottle which is 1.5 litres and gives 42 washes for £2 on a promotion from Tesco but the usual selling price of this bottle is around £3.30. Comfort is made by Unilever and is recommended by Persil as well.
The product comes in a clear plastic bottle which is recyclable. I like the fact that you can see through the bottle to see how much of the product you have left because although you can kind of determine this by the weight of the bottle each time you use it being able to see through the bottle is a much more useful guide I find. The bottle has a white lid which doubles as a dosage cup and although there is a guide on the back of the bottle about how much to put in per load I find it best to just use trial and error to find the best amount for you and your family.
The label on the bottle makes the claim that nothing is softer but this is actually referring to any other fabric conditioner in the comfort range. I have to say though in my experience of using different fabric conditioners this one does give the softest results and this is why I return to it time and time again. The product is hypoallergenic and dermatologically tested and the brands research in to skin care is actually recognised by the British skin foundation so I trusted it to be kind to my son's skin even when he was a small baby.
When I use this product I do tend to add a full capful if the washing machine is quite full as I do like our clothes to feel super soft but I also just love the scent of this fabric conditioner which really does linger on your clothes when they have been washed. The scent is a very clean and fresh scent yet it smells very pure too so I guess it suits its name! When our clothes have been washed and are drying on the radiators at home the smell just radiates around the home and it smells so much better than air fresheners in my opinion!
When it comes time to iron our clothes I have to say the fact that our clothes are much softer from using this product it does make them much easier to iron and so I spend less time ironing out creases. This of course is always going to be a positive thing because I have to say I am not a huge fan of ironing!
I keep this product in my kitchen cupboard with my other washing items and so my son doesn't really go near it but it is advised that it be kept out of the reach of children and should it get in to your eyes you should rinse them thoroughly with water.
I really do love this product. It smells really lovely and it reminds me of a time when my son was a newborn but it also makes our clothes feel incredibly soft and the scent of this product just seems to linger on our clothes for longer than with other brands or other varieties of comfort even and so for that reason this one is probably my favourite fabric conditioner to buy. I will always buy this one if it is on offer but if it isn't I will opt for another brand because I do like to get a bargain! Realistically though £3.30 for 42 washes only works out at eight pence per wash and so it isn't too much to pay but there is always one brand or another on offer in the supermarkets!
Thank you for reading my review!
Summary: An excellent product