If you have seen my post on children with Eczema and the Childs Farm Hair and Body Wash you will know that Mason has very sensitive skin. His skin flares up with Eczema all year round. Last summer it became apparent that he also has a standard Suncream Allergy. Until we found out that he had the allergy I thought it was pretty uncommon but I was very wrong. According to our Dermatologist more and more children are having reactions to creams in comparison to what it was like when I was small, which in fairness was around the era of Dinosaurs haha. We have had to eliminate most supermarket brands to date as he just reacts. This lead me on a search for a cream tailored for children like Mason. Childs Farm Suncream ticked all the boxes. It caters for children with sensitive skin but that has also been proven to been suitable for some children with Eczema. Exactly what we needed yay.
Childs Farm Suncream 50f SPF
The Childs Farm 50+ Spf sun cream comes in a 100ml squeezy container and is priced at £10.99. A creamy colour like most sunscreens and with a very pleasant scent. Applies very easily and absorbs quickly, not leaving any greasiness behind. It leaves a lovely sheen which does disappear after fully absorbing, this also makes it easier to apply as you can really see where have applied. Apply the cream generously all over the body, and again after swimming or 2 hours sun exposure.
The Childs Farm Suncream is Dermatologist approved and Paediatrician approved and offers extensive sun protection.
Childs Farm Happy Skin Promise
For the unique needs of baby and children skin, body and hair
for Sensitive and Eczema prone skin
kind, mild and safe for little one’s skins
over 60% Naturally derived ingredients
Free from Parabens, SLSs, Artificial colours and mineral oils
Clinically and user tested – Joanna Founder of Childs Farm
We have been trying this on Mason’s inner arm for a number of weeks in a small section and then increasing it. To date, we have been very lucky and he hasn’t had any reactions which is fabulous for us.
**Disclaimer- Should your child ever have a reaction to anything please consult your Doctor for advice. This post contains our experiences only