Cruelty-Free Brands We Love: The Victorian Garden Product Review – Kiddies Range

The Victorian Garden is the next company that we are showing some love in the Cruelty-Free series. For the past month I have been trying out some of their hair care products as well as deodorant and we are also currently running an awesome competition!

They have also sent me their English Lavender and Marigold Foaming Bath Oil for Kids to review, I loved it so much that I went over to Faithful To Nature Online Shop and bought a bottle of their Primrose & Clementine Kids Shampoo as well!

Cruelty-Free Brands We Love: The Victorian Garden Product Review - Kiddies Range Foaming Bath Oil

English Lavender and Marigold Foaming Bath Oil for Kids (+/- R69) I have to be so careful what I put on Mikayla’s skin. She is very prone to allergies, has asthma and eczema. I know, aren’t we lucky. I have really been trying to make an effort to not expose her to any harsh chemicals and non-organic products and I can really see the difference. This is a lovely natural treat and all kids love bubble bath! Most importantly – it is completely soap-free! With lavender and marigold oil, this kids’ bubble bath from Victorian Garden is gentle on the skin and helps to create a calm, relaxed mood before bedtime. It’s so mild and pure, pH-balanced and made with natural botanical ingredients. You can find this at The Victorian Garden Online Shop as well as on the Faithful To Nature Online Shop.

Primrose & Clementine Kids Shampoo for Kids (+/- R81) Clementine, a favourite fruit during the Victorian era, is a wonderful and gentle cleanser and mild enough for children. Combined with Evening Primrose, this shampoo is very gentle, pH balanced and can be used as often as required. A definate must-have for your little one’s bath time routine! You can find this at The Victorian Garden Online Shop as well as on the Faithful To Nature Online Shop.

To see more of their wonderful kids products – click here.

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