Wipes are controversial for a number of reasons. Whether you love or hate them I don’t think you can argue that they serve a purpose for most of us. I find wipes useful for travel and a quick cleanse option on long journeys (I’ll always cleanse properly as soon as I can get to a sink). However, keep in mind that some wipes are bad for the environment so it’s important you use brands that are ethical and NEVER flush them.
I’m pretty boring when it comes to my hair care routine, it hasn’t changed much over the years. I’ve stuck with the same brands. I’ve tried different products in their ranges but I always come back to the same ones. I spent a number of years with itchy scalp and eczema covered neck so call me paranoid but when I find what works I stick to it as I don’t want to go back to those horrible times.
A while back I was chatting on #allergyhour about skincare and there were a number of parents looking for suggestions for children with sensitivities and eczema. My number one piece of advice for young and old alike is ditch products with sulphates (SLS/SLES) and artificial colours and fragrances. If you or your child is hyper-sensitive then be mindful of essential oils are they contain allergens.
This video features Empty products some I have purchased others are PR samples (indicated with *).