Fairy Non-Bio Reviews
Product Type: Fairy household products
Newest Review: ... Packaging -- The washing powder is inside a turquoise coloured cardboard box with the Fairy logo in dark green lettering ... more
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Customer Fairy Non-Bio Reviews (43)
by - written on 25/07/02, updated on 25/07/02 (Very useful, 1335 readings)
For all of us different senses or words can be evocative of times gone by. Despite being a smoker, I am sensitive to smell. A perfume drifting by can recreate a moment from the past, and I can actually conjure up a scent from memory. Names also have a power of their own. How many of us cannot gravitate towards a person with a certain name; just because of a personality clash with a classmate, whose face we can't even bring to mind? I like the Mazda car, but wouldn't choose a a vehicle which sounds like a light bulb. So it is with soap powders. I see, from way back, a Rinso packet on a kitchen window sill in all it's cardboardy and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/01/10 (Very useful, 747 readings)
----------------- Fairy and Me ---------------- Those of us who have had children over the past few years in an NHS hospital will have more than likely been given the Bounty Freebies pack. Before I had my first child I was more concerned about getting the nicest smell from my clothes. Irritation and such didn't really figure highly on my agenda when picking a washing powder. But suddenly when you find yourself pregnant you start becoming more aware of the things that are good for your baby. Inside the aforementioned Bounty Packs were free samples of Fairy Non-Bio. As far as I can recall there was one in almost all of the packs. They advertised in all ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/12/11 (Very useful, 91 readings)
When pregnant, finding a detergent to wash your precious ones' clothes in can be a mind boggling experience. There are liquid detergents, powder detergents, little capsules that actually go into the drum of the washing machine... the list goes on! I knew I needed to use a non- biological detergent to help reduce the risk of allergies, eczema and itchy skin. But there are still lots of weird and wonderful types and brands. This is why I have written this review, hopefully to help you make a decision! I actually received a small sample of Fairy non- bio powder in a Bounty pack. I usually use Surf Small and Mighty to wash my family's clothes in, but knowing ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/10/11 (Very useful, 34 readings)
Since having my new baby, I have started using Fairy washing detergent once again, whether it be in the powder form or the gel it is something I have started putting in my shopping trolley again. The packaging is what draws my attention, the baby logo on the front makes you feel that is is suitable for a little one's delicate skin. Using just one scoop in the washing machine drawer will get baby gro's and vests up sparkling white and feeling so soft. There was a time where I used this all the time as my son, who is now 8yrs, had really bad eczema. This was the only detergent that didn't irritate his skin. Fairy is mild and gentle ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/06/11 (Very useful, 143 readings)
When it comes to washing my daughter's clothes I want to make sure that whatever product I am using it won't affect her skin. Although she doesn't seem to have sensitive skin the last thing I want to do is for her skin to have a flare up and cause her any discomfort. Like most new mums you tend to receive lots of vouchers and offers on certain products and one of those tends to be Fairy. The one brand we have all heard of. Over the past 8 months I have used quite a few vouchers on Fairy Non-Bio solely for washing my daughters clothes and I can't complain. For this review I will be writing about the Fairy Non Bio powder as I have recently managed to get it ... Read the complete review
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