Product Type: Fairy household products
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Softness is the key- it can work out cheaply too
Member Name: norton501
Advantages: soft, smells good, dermatalogically tested
Disadvantages: small boxes are pricey, if you can get it home buy a huge box
I have always used fairy non bio after being notoriously alergic to washing powder but not a great deal else.... There would always be shouts of "Mum, have you changed the washing powder?" as I hopped around the house scratching my skin off. Eventually, we settled on Fairy non bio, despite it being quite expensive compared to the range of value powders on the market which i daren't even try.
Fairy Non Bio range has been awarded the British Allergy Foundation Seal of Approval by Allergy UK and is fully dermatologically tested to the extent it has been asserted clothes washed in Fairy are as kind next to skin as clothes washed in water alone. Fairy non bio is also marketed for washing baby clothes.
Available in a range of sizes, I find it is the most economical to buy the largest box possible (3.36kg) which lasts around 6 months and will cost around £9.99 compared to a 10 wash box for £2.89 that will last under a month (based upon three washes a week on average...).
So, skin comfort doesn't have to cost too much. Fairy leaves your clothes feeling sort and smelling a little like bubblegum. As it is so soft, I don't use fabric conditioner and I find it hasn't affected the softness of my clothes. So definitely recommended.
Summary: Fairy isnt just for baby clothes, its a reliable brand and good for everyone