Tuesday, 10 December 2013

Giveaway: Infacare Ultra Mild Baby Bath Stash!

infaCare - Baby Bath Ultra-Mild bottleI am very pleased to collaborate with the chaps at Infacare to bring you this great giveaway. Infacare is a mild and pH balanced baby bath. It makes loads of bubbles, and a little goes a long way!
If you are like me, you will love bathtime with the kids. We tend to put Rosie and Alice in together and make it all bubbly and smelling gorgeous for them. We chuck all the toys in and generally just let them play and make bath time fun time.



So this product looks great to me - their website say that it is great for children with allergies. We don't have allergies, but both Alice and Rosie do have sensitive skin. We're really looking forward to trying this one.


So, to win  a huge stash of this baby bath: 5 x 750ml bumper sized bottles, (RRP £2.99 each) just fill in the Rafflecopter form below.

Good luck!

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43 comments:

  1. Mine Hate it too!! But it has to be done :( lots of distractions xx

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  2. My son loves it, we wet a flannel to get his hair wet, shampoo then use a cup or jug to rinse. We pour water over his hands and body first so he knows what it feels like. Good luck :) x

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  3. To be as quick as possible!!!

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  4. Try and stay calm

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  5. bit of bribery and do as quick as you can

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  6. Hazel Christopher16 December 2013 at 22:50

    My little boy hates it too, unfortunately I don't have any tips :/

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  7. katrina day-reilly17 December 2013 at 21:01

    get dad to try to take their mine off what you are doing

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  8. when my daughter was very little I used to wipe her hair with a damp cloth and spray with leave in conditioner or detangler so it smelt nice and slowly got her used to her hair being wet. she loves lying back in the water now pretending to be a mermaid!

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  9. Sorry I can't help my daughter doesn't mind, in fact she pretends to do it herself?!?! I have an odd daughter! I think it might be because from a young age I have poured water on her head so she is used to it.

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  10. I was the same sorry!

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  11. Hmm, perserverance and speed has helped - the faster you do it the less time to object and it can then turn into a game as to how fast it can be done!

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  12. No sensible ones lol

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  13. my 2 yr old screams the house down so it tends to be a quick wipe with a wet flannel, shame we cant use dry shampoo on them

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  14. get them to do it themselves

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  15. wish i had, i need some tips for my youngest, he screams!!!!!

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  16. Louise Fairweather26 December 2013 at 22:45

    Not really mine screams. We had a special jug that was quite good but it broke

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  17. perservere from a yound age with a water jug!

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  18. Victoria_CosmeticCravings29 December 2013 at 20:58

    None here I'm afraid, we have the same problem too!

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  19. We sing the 'Rubba Dubba' song with our toddler and get her to count. Sounds weird, but works!!

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  20. My little girl does too. We just try to do it quickly and not every day!

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  21. have a sing song at the same time

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  22. I use the shower to do their hair, it gets the soap out quicker

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  23. Sorry can't help, never had a problem with my two (well not yet at least)

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  24. My only tip would be to try to distract them and do it quickly!

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  25. LOTS OF BATH TOYS MAYBE :-)

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  26. try and do it as quick as possible my daughter hates having her hair washed too!

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  27. have lots of toys in the bath :)

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  28. having lots of toys

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  29. distraction! :)

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  30. My girl doesn't like it too. Usually we try to that with a shower, we let her touch water running out, she loves it and then slowly taking it to her hair to rinse. :)

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  31. Speed and distraction! Same problem with dog. Body fine, head not so good!

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  32. I find using the shower is best for washing my daughters hair. Getting her to lean her head back and cupping my hand over her eyes stops any shampoo getting in her eyes. Also speed is essential as little ones get nervous and need it over and done with as soon as possible.

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  33. Claire Wilkinson2 January 2014 at 19:15

    i always used an eyeguard (may be called something different) worked wonders

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  34. My daughter hates it too, you just have to be quick

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  35. We have blu-tacked 5 fish on the ceiling. We point to the fish, baby looks up and doesn't go in eyes. Sounds daft but we also sing the '5 little ducks' song, but we say fish, they still go swimming, my mummy fish says blub, blub lol.

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  36. I find that what they don't like is having water poured over their heads so I wash the shampoo out with a wet towel instead

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  37. Distract them with bath toys and games!

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  38. i have one of those hair washin caps for mine, and i always use no tears shampoo and get them to help by passing me the cup of water to rinse their hair :)

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  39. Use a shower head and allow them to use it as a toy first. My boy wears his swimming goggles to wash his hair!!

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  40. hayley pemberton3 January 2014 at 12:23

    use a rinsing cup which sits flat on their forehead so is less likely to get water in their eyes

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  41. flannel over there eyes

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  42. I love Infacare for my LO, it's the only thing that doesn't aggravate his eczema. I let my hubby do hair washing so not my problem lol!

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