Win a year’s supply of laundry care with Persil Non-Bio and Comfort Pure

Persil Non-Bio and Comfort Pure have developed a new tool with the help of the British Skin Foundation and a leading paediatric dermatologist aimed at educating Mums on the importance of skincare in pregnancy and for their newborn baby.  A recent survey carried out indicated that skincare was one issue on the minds of expectant Mums who wanted to know more about how to care for their new baby.

By clicking on the Online Skin Tool below and answering just 6 short questions you will be given all the information you need on how to care for your precious baby’s skin.

To celebrate the release of the Online Skin Tool Persil Non-Bio and Comfort Pure are giving away a year’s worth of laundry care to three of my lucky readers.  They have skincare research recognised by the British Skincare Foundation and they leave your clothes soft and gentle on your skin.  You can be assured that your whole family’s wardrobe will be soft and cuddle-proof for a whole year!

If you fancy winning a year’s supply of Persil Non-Bio and Comfort Pure all you have to do is share a little bit of your wisdom with your fellow mums and mums-to-be.  Please leave a comment below with your top skin care tip for mums-to-be or babies. This could be a tip you’ve learned from experience or some advice you’ve been given from family or friends.  It doesn’t matter where this tip comes from, if you think they are important for mums and babies then please share them!  As well as the overall prize the winners’ top tips will be printed here on our blog for the world to see.

COMPETITION CLOSES: 31st August 2011

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12 Comments

  1. Donna BIrd
    August 12, 2011 / 7:57 pm

    I was always told when my children were small that Olive oil on a babies scalp was brilliant for removing the dry bits on skin from the scalp called Cradle cap. It worked on my two 🙂

  2. Anne Stone
    August 13, 2011 / 12:33 pm

    Always make sure you dry baby properly and let their skin get plenty of fresh air.

  3. Catherine (@MummyLion)
    August 13, 2011 / 12:44 pm

    i’ll second that previous comment – olive oil is great. And dr bronners soap – it contains no sodium laryl sulphate which many baby soaps do – you can use it on yourself too and for cleaning stuff.

    • mummymatters
      August 13, 2011 / 8:39 pm

      Ooh never heard of Dr Bronners soap, will look into that one thanks 🙂

  4. michelle mcgregor
    August 13, 2011 / 12:47 pm

    My two suffered from baby eczema, I’d recommend non-bio and cotton clothes. Also don’t bath them too often as it can dry out their delicate skin.

  5. laura seaton
    August 15, 2011 / 9:26 am

    My eldest has bad eczema on her arms and wrists the best thing we have found is aveeno cream or bodyshop hemp body butter. Best thing we foudn for cradle cap was Breast Milk.

  6. Mummy's Little Monkey (@Jax2000)
    August 15, 2011 / 9:30 am

    Right, you asked for it!!!!! I’m climbing on my soap box now.
    Like many children, Big Sis suffers from terrible eczema. It took us months of doctors’ visits, prescription creams, and trial and error to realise it was the Sodium Laureth Sulfates that were aggravating her skin.
    This harsh ingredient, added to make your product all nice and foamy, actually strips the moisture from your skin, causing irritation and even skin conditions.
    Shockingly, if you look on the back of many top name specialist baby products, you’ll find SLS listed as a main ingredient.
    As soon as we stopped using products containing SLS (and there were A LOT – including the toothpaste Big Sis was using) her skin immediately showed an improvement. Now, if we accidentally use SLS (one time her Nanny forgot and used a generic shampoo) her eczema flares up literally overnight.
    So my tip is to steer well clear of anything that contains SLS and look for products that state they are Sulfate and Paraben free.
    Incidentally, Persil non-bio is the ONLY washing powder that doesn’t set off her eczema.
    The End.

    • mummymatters
      August 15, 2011 / 10:25 am

      THANK YOU for getting on your soapbox, I think that information could help a lot of worried mothers. I am going to check my children’s products now because their skin flares up from time to time and I wonder if it is when we use certain products! xx

  7. millie
    August 15, 2011 / 10:07 am

    Always use a nice soft ,clean towel

  8. Kara Guppy
    August 15, 2011 / 10:23 am

    Aveeno cream is great for dry skin and if your baby had a sore bottom I swear by Metanium – it’s the only one that really clears it up quickly.
    For breastfeeding mums, invest in Lansinoh nipple cream! It really helps sore nipples especially in the early days!

  9. August 15, 2011 / 7:45 pm

    i’m with Jax2000 on the not using anything with SLS in it, earth friendly baby do some lovely bath products. x

  10. August 17, 2011 / 12:11 pm

    The best skincare tip for mums is drink, drink, drink water Im not a fan of plain water but I make myself have 6 glasses a day and I can see the benefit

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