Childs Farm Bedtime Routine

Kids Corner | 12.10.2021 | Childs Farm

Bubbles, snuggles, moisturise, sleep

Children get grubby! So giving them a good wash before bedtime is a must. As long as they get a good top-to-tail wash (face, hands, bottom), you don’t have to give them a bath daily. But a good splash around with toys, bubbles and siblings not only gets them squeaky clean, it’s a fantastic end of day play time to use up any remaining energy. What’s more, warm water and a bubble bath containing an essential oil relaxes and unwinds, getting them in the mood for bed.

Always make sure the bath is comfortably warm, about 37°-38°. Run the cold water before adding the hot and swish around well and test it with your elbow rather than your hand and make sure that it’s neither too hot nor too cold. If you want extra reassurance you can always use a bath thermometer.

Damp skin spreads more germs than dry skin so it’s really important to make sure your little one is thoroughly dry in every nook and cranny. Pay particular attention to hands, between their toes, and behind their ears.

After all that bubbly fun, it’s time to start winding down, and what better way than with snuggly cuddles in a big soft towel!

Moisturising young skin is a cornerstone of keeping it in good condition – especially if it’s sensitive. If your child suffers from skin sensitivity, moisturise 20 minutes before bedtime to let it soak in.

So they’re clean, relaxed, moisturised and ready for sleep. All that’s left is to tuck them into bed and read them a story, they’ll soon be drifting off!


Always patch test!

Always check ingredients and patch test new products before first use.

To patch test simply take a fingertip of product and put on the inner arm or behind the ear then wait 24 hours to see if the skin reacts. If there’s no irritation, the product is safe to use. If there is any redness and itchiness your child may be sensitive to the product.

All Childs Farm products undergo both clinical safety tests and independent user trials to make the following claims:

  • Dermatologist approved
  • Paediatrician approved
  • Suitable for newborns
  • Suitable for sensitive skin and safe for people who may be prone to eczema
  • Kind, mild and safe for skin

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