My boys occasionally disagree
with me that it’s shower/bath time, if they are watching a particularly good
show before bed, they will put up a fight if I tell them its time to get
washed! Fortunately the arrival of two
shampoo products from Big Green Smile
helped matters considerably; the novelty of new items to try especially ones
looking so appealing had them keen to jump straight in the shower. The Big Green Smile specialises in natural
and organic products guaranteed to make you smile really! I am certainly more chipper since the boys
stopped grumbling about bath time…
The Method Mickey Mouse Shampoo
and Body Wash (£5.00) is very useful as it’s a two in one product, so very easy
for children to get themselves washed all from one bottle. The lemonade smell was the biggest
incitement for the boys to lather up!
The perfect way to encourage children reluctant to shower, it helps that
the product was very gentle so no sore eyes or irritated skin, it’s a natural
product without chemical nasties, so children have a very positive experience using this.
The other item was the Green
People Organic Children Berry Smoothie Shampoo (£8.50), another lovely addition
to the bathroom. I think I am tempted
to pinch the boys shampoos now they have the best smelling ones! Raspberry, apple and vanilla how can I
possibly resist that aroma and most importantly it leaves hair tangle free! There is nothing worse than dealing with
tears whilst you try and get knots out of untidy hair, fortunately this is not
much of an issue for my boys with short hair but for little girls with long
locks a decent shampoo is essential.
These prices might be more than
we normally spend but given the lack of chemicals I think it might be worth the
extra spending. Children’s skin can be
quite sensitive and gentle products will cater for their needs better and offer
more goodness for their skin.
I am sure I will be back to shop at Big Green Smile
soon, especially as we now have a septic tank and have to watch what chemicals
make there way into the system! The
bacteria doing their job breaking down waste do not get on well with anything