Wednesday, 23 April 2014

H&A Hair care range for Kids Review and Giveaway


As you may as know we recently became bath time ambassadors and our first challenge was to review some haircare products from the H&A range. We chose the ariel detangler and minnie mouse shampoo. Ami was so excited when we recived the spray she is a little to obsessed with hair products and I must have sprayed it in her hair about 20 times that day. 




Ami has very Curly and often very messy hair and the detangler worked by helping smooth out the knots that have formed from getting food/play dough/ general toddler mess in her hair. The smell wasn't too bad either and still her smell still has the fragrance for a few hours after the spray had been applied. The smell although after a few uses was rather unpleasant but that's only if your toddler wants so much spray they look like they have come out of the bath. 


The Shampoo sadly wasnt a hit, although this little girl loves bathtime she hates having her hair washed. The shampoo was a hit with me, the best thing being the bottle. The lid is hard to open (toddler proof) and only a small amount just the right amount comes out when squeezed. My children seem to love making little potions and cocktails in the bath often with expensive shampoos so nice to know they wont use it all up so quickly (if they can get into the bottle). The shampoo smelled lovely too. 


Both the delangler and shampoo retail at £2 each and can be found in any Tesco. Very reasonable price for both of the products for the quality of the product. Why not join the bath time buddies facebook page to see what is going on and also find them on twitter.

Giveaway

Now for the fun part (well if you haven't enjoyed the review already) your very own chance to win a minnie mouse and ben 10 shampoo from the H&A product range. Enter below and dont forget to share. 

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36 comments:

  1. We love bathtime in our house though the routine depends on whether its a "playing bath" or a "getting clean" bath lol.
    Thanks for linking up with #TriedTested x

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  2. Lots of bubbles and a little bit of playing before the cleaning is done aha :) My son has an obsession with the shower atm and wants to have a shower rather than a bath at nights!

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  3. Look like fab products, my girls would love the ariel and minnie ones #TriedTested x

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  4. lots of bubbles, followed by a story

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  5. We love bath time here. Potato used to hate having his hair washed until I tried using the detachable shower head for that. When he's done having his hair washed, he plays with the shower in the bath.
    #TriedandTested

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  6. Well done on becoming ambassadors. We have a very odd bathtime routine where miss T uses old beakers to splash like mad before she gets out the bath! x

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  7. These products look great - I love the photos you have too. Thanks for libking up with #TriedTested

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  8. chaos!, only jibbing folk, toys, enough to fill a normal size bath, bubbles, and the game!, object, the wetter you get Mummy, the more you laugh

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  9. Bubbles, splashing and giggles. All before bedtime. Can't beat it. x

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  10. lots of bubbles, ill clean him, he'll play then we'll do his bath book x

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  11. My son loves his baths and playing with his toys then likes to have a story when all dressed
    (kim neville)

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  12. my grandaughter likes to wear her armbands in the bath lol

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  13. lots of bubles and fun then milk and story

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  14. My boys like to bath together - its a great playtime before bed - although a floor mopping nightmare for me, I don't know how they manage to get the floor so wet!!

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  15. caroline kelly13 May 2014 at 21:55

    My daughter is 3 now so I use that time to put clothes away upstairs and keep checking on her, then we wash her hair pretending to put colours in

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  16. Loads of bubbles, and bath chalks, great for learning while in the tub xx

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  17. My 2 year old daughter has infant eczema so unfortunately we can only have bubbles occasionally as they can irritate her skin so we have Oilatum which is a bath additive for skin sensitivity. She always has her bath toys fish, ducks, foam letters to stick on the tiles and we wash first shes just started to wash her self with help then its hair wash which she hates then play time for 10 mins then i dry her and massage Oilatum body cream all over her, pjs them bed time. The detangle spray looks amazing we could really do with this and my daughter is obsessed with minnie mouse

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  18. Has to be lots of floating toys,otherwise bath time is a no-no.

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  19. Have fun and soak daddy but not mammy

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  20. we usually have the radio on :)

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  21. Shower, lights low. story and bed. tv and all games banned from 6.30 pm

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  22. wash my daughter and son together then while i'm drying and getting son in pjs let my daughter play with her bath toys

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  23. Having fun and then a wash and then out to bed :)

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  24. Hair first, body wash and then play :)

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  25. I always let my daughters play for a bit then, hair, body washed and dry. Then story in bed
    claire.bob23@hotmail.co.uk

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  26. Hair and body first and then play x x x

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  27. lots of toys, currently Mario figures are best! Then into my room to get dry before bed

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  28. I usually involves me dodging water being thrown at me followed by lots of cuddles :)

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  29. Splash time, wash then calm down play :-)

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  30. Lots of toys come out the toy box, not necessarily ones that should be in the bath either! then lots of playing in the bath, a good scrub, then teeth and bed

    kirstyjfox [at] yahoo [dot] com

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