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There’s nothing quite like the soft, delicate skin of a baby! As parents, we all want our little ones to feel comfortable, safe and happy, knowing that their skin is lovingly cared for.

Childs Farm is a leading sensitive skin and hair care brand for babies and children, created by Joanna Jensen for her two daughters who both suffered with sensitive skin from a young age.

You could win a wonderful Childs Farm baby pack, worth $50 each.

Each Childs Farm pack includes:

1 x Baby Moisturiser

1 x Baby Bedtime Bubbles

1 x Baby Wash

1 x Nappy Cream

1 x 3 in 1 swim

Using naturally derived ingredients and essential oils to produce a range of mild, kind and delicious-smelling toiletries, Childs Farm products are dermatologically tested and approved, as well as paediatrician approved as suitable for newborns upwards.

Newborns and little ones not only have the most delicate of skin, but can often experience seasonal skin changes, and the Childs Farm range is suitable for sensitive skin and also suitable for those who may be prone to eczema.

Childs Farm is available now from the baby aisle in Coles, Woolworths and Big W, as well as online at amazon.com.au and childsfarm.com.au.

Half Price Special Offer

Childs Farm is available now for half price at Big W in the baby section and online until 10 February.

Childs Farm is a gold supporter of the Eczema Association Australasia (EAA), and are proud members of Cruelty Free International.

Website - www.childsfarm.com.au

Facebook – facebook.com/childsfarmausandnz

Instagram - @childsfarm

Hashtags - #childsfarmaus #childsfarm


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  • when it’s cold or when its too hot it gets red and spotty.

  • All my kids have sensitive skin since birth and sometimes humid weather flare it up. They are sensitive to some bathe soap and lotion. One of my son is sensitive to a non hypoallergenic bath soap.

  • Anything that’s citrus, warm muggy weather and lavender. Im having a really hard time finding something for my 6m skin. I dont want to spend more money because I’m scared it will be a waste of money again

  • My baby girl gets eczema flaring up quite a lot. ????

  • Soap and chemical are the main things that cause my sons sensitive skin and eczema to flare up. But it can also be hot humid days where he is outside playing in the yard

  • The weather can make my 5 year old Ford up with Eczema. He has very sensitive skin and if he uses the wrong products to wash in then it flares and we have to increase his eczema treatment plan. Heat is a contributing factor.

  • My son loves tomatoes, but he gets a very red bottom after eating them. We think it’s an acidity issue but he loves them so much!

  • My girls both have eczema flare up throughout the year particularly during colder weather and occasionally after eating certain foods.

  • Our grandsons has very sensitive skin, only recently found out it was baby wipes so would love to try out these products for him at nanny and par daycare days

  • Changing environments from a safe cosy home protected by Vernix, to suddenly being Earth side! That’s all it takes to affect delicate skin.

  • I wood love to win this for my coming 1st Great grandchild. It would be a chance to introduce the to be parents to Childs Farm Sensitive Skin range of baby products. These wonderful products wore not around when I had my babies so I cant give 1st hand experience .

  • Mainly weather, but also certain skin products, always looking for new products to try. Both my partner and I also have skin flare-ups, mainly our faces.

  • Accidentally scratching mine causes their skin to flare up. It doesn’t hurt but the scratch looks really obvious and red.

  • Change of weather seems to encourage flare ups of the skin.

  • Change of weather, temperature (too hot/too cold) stress, anxiety, environmental like grass, pollen and dust mites. Certain fabrics, certain fragrances. Habitual scratching

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