Childs Farm has you covered this Kiwi summer!
Whether you’re heading to the bach, travelling abroad or staying home this summer, Childs Farm has something for everyone, and should be kept close at hand. Childs Farm uses natural extracts and essentials oils, to produce a range of mild and kind products the whole family can use.
The newest addition to the Childs Farm range is a broad spectrum SPF50+ sun cream, sun spray and nourishing after sun lotion, to moisturise after a day spent in the sun.
It’s great for those with skin which is sensitive and provides broad spectrum protection against both UVA and UVB rays. Childs Farm sun cream is made using natural ingredients and is designed for the youngest and most sensitive of skin.
If you’re at the beach or pool, Childs Farm 3 in 1 Swim is a must-have. This all-in-one body wash, shampoo and conditioner washes off chlorine and is a hassle-free hair-to-toe after-swim care solution. Use it with the Childs Farm Hair Detangler, which is tough on tangles and has a fresh grapefruit and tea tree scent.
Keep your little ones’ skin nourished with Childs Farm’s award-winning, mildly fragranced, baby moisturiser, which is formulated to help protect and hydrate delicate skin. Loved by families, one is sold every 14 seconds in the UK.
For babies and children, you can be happy in the knowledge that Childs Farm products are vegan*, certified under CFI leaping Bunny Programme and dermatologist and paediatrician approved. They’re also suitable for sensitive skin and people who may be prone to eczema. Be happy in your skin this summer with Childs Farm’s summer essentials.
* All Childs Farm products are vegan, with the exception of the hair detangler, grapefruit & tea tree, and conditioner, strawberry & organic mint, as they both contain honey derivative.
- Sun cream 50+ spf from $17.99
- Sun spray 50+ spf from $29.99
- After sun lotion from $16.99
- 3 in 1 swim from $12.99
- Hair detangler from $16.99
- Baby moisturiser from $12.99
Available at www.childsfarm.co.nz and at selected pharmacies across New Zealand.