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Blossom Bunny Nappy Cream

Beautifully hydrating and luxuriously creamy, nurtures and protects.  By enveloping baby with nutrients, vitamins and antioxidants, the lotion supports and cares for even the most sensitive, dry and eczema-prone skin.

DIRECTIONS After changing, smooth generously onto babies clean, dry nappy area.  This gentle formula has been created to give relief of irritation associated with nappy rashes and chafing.
WARNING Do not use near eyes.  For external use only.  Seek medical attention if swallowed or if in contact with eyes.Keep out of reach of children.Store in a cool place away from heat and direct sunlight

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£34.00 200ml £17.00 100ml Available online www.littlehopeorganics.com

Blossom Bunny Nappy Cream Reviews

Product Tested by: Siobhra Cran – Sionnach 4 Months

Product
Tested By
Siobhra Cran – Sionnach 4 Months

Siobhra Awarded
The Blossom Bunny Nappy Cream 4.6/5

Beautifully
presented and I really liked the letter explaining where little hope
organically originated. Was slightly
disappointed that there were quite a few typos and grammar mistakes in the
description.The packaging absolutely could not be faulted. It was
beautiful and very exciting to open.The product itself was pretty self-explanatory
but the details given were sufficient for anyone who may not be sure!I really like how the bottle can
be easily squeezed and the flip top lid is easily wipeable and hygienic. The
graphics on the bottle cheapen the look of the overall product though.The product is extremely easy to apply
to the skin and a very nice texture for rubbing in. Sionnach did not have
any flare ups of nappy rash so the cream appears to have worked well as a
barrier cream. The cream itself was effective and light on my
baby’s skin. It appears to have worked well as a barrier cream and feel the
quality was good overall. The tube itself was slightly underwhelming in design
following the beautiful packaging in which it arrived. With a value of
£34, I do not feel that this cream does anything differently to other creams
readily available in high street stores. I really liked the light texture of the cream and the fact that it
was fragrance free. I personally would not purchase this as I feel the
RRP is very high for this considering the other creams available in high street
stores. I would recommend if cost wasn’t
an issue as it is effective and is accompanied by a lovely story about its
development. The product alone would get 5/5 as it is effective and good
for sensitive skin; however I have marked lower due to high cost. Overall, I really liked this product. It
definitely worked well as a barrier cream; there was absolutely no sign of
nappy rash while I was using it. The texture was delightfully light and did not
affect my baby’s sensitive skin at all. Siobhra Cran – Sionnach 4
Months

Product Tested By Amy Espley – Zara 18
Months

Amy Awarded the Blossom Bunny Nappy
Cream 4.3/5

I thought it
look really sweet, the colours and packaging really tied in with a baby
product.The blue and white
colours really reminded me of a baby product. I liked the simplicity of the
packaging too.
The instructions were really easy to follow and easy to understand.
I like the tube creams rather than some
of the others I have used and previously, the cream doesn’t continue to pour
out after you’ve taken the amount you need so you aren’t wasting anything.
The cream glided over the skin smoothly and it was so
easy to see how much you were applying so that you didn’t apply too much or too
little. Zara never got a nappy rash so it’s hard to comment but I applied
if after every nappy change so I’m sure it acted as a good barrier cream.
As mentioned above, we didn’t suffer
with a rash whilst using this cream, but it seems to have worked well as a
barrier. It doesn’t have a funny smell and it didn’t leave any nasty
stains after using the cream so I would say that it was good quality. I
certainly wouldn’t have paid the price for this cream; I think you’re paying
for the brand rather than the actual cream. It seems to be much more overpriced
than most other brands.
I liked that it had a pleasant smell
and didn’t leave your hands feeling sticky after using the cream.
I am unsure as to if I would purchase. If
I had discovered it to have helped clear a rash then I’m sure I would purchase
this cream.
I would recommend if we found it had worked for
nappy rash. The product
seems like it could be a really good product, but the price puts me off a bit.
Amy
Espley – Zara 18 Months

Product Tested By Vicky Clarke –
Cassandra 2 Years

Vicky Awarded The Blossom Bunny Nappy
Cream 3.3/5

Too much wrapping on delivery. Bag was
nice but unnecessary. Was fancy though. Took a while to get to product. Box was
nice. Cute picture. Obviously a nappy cream as it is quite large font. Bottle
looks a bit cheaply made. Label on
bottle says all the same info as box. Printed bottle would have been nice. Looks very fancy. Nice easy to read font and
nice pictures. Also tells you it’s made in UK. Very informative on ingredients and info about
product. Very basic instructions. Could have been more precise on the wording –
generously. E.g. pea sized. As a little went a long way. Very simple shape. Looks quite cheap. Not very
neat (the seal at the top of bottle was raggedy and rough). Easy to use can
open it with one hand. Which is useful. Was
easy to apply but as instructions said on dry skin. A little went a long way. Covered well. It’s more a moisturiser than what you think a
nappy cream should be. But it doesn’t
say it is a barrier. It’s a lotion. Could have been marketed as a lotion that
can be used as a nappy cream. I think it worked ok. If there was a bad case of
nappy rash I think I would use another cream. I think it was a good product. I
think it is a better moisturiser than nappy cream. I would rather use it on
other problem areas I think it is rather overpriced for what it is marketed
for. I think it would be better as a moisturiser. Would be more willing to pay
that much for a problem areas cream than just a nappy cream. I think that a little went a long way was
good. Didn’t need to use that much to get a good covering of cream. I personally would not purchase due to the
price mainly. If it was marketed as an all over cream and came in smaller tubes
so cost less I might consider recommending it. Packaging pictures and typing was nice. Looked
well thought out. Bottle looked shabby and cheap compared to the packaging. The
cream was alright but there are better actual nappy creams. Too much unnecessary packaging. It’s that why it’s
expensive. Too much fancy packaging. Cute
pictures and nice font used. All easily readable. Cheaply made bottle compared to how much went
in to aesthetics on packaging. Easy to open. Wording on amount to use could have
been more precise. Covers well but not what you expect from nappy cream. Covers
like lotion. Would rather it was a moisturiser. Especially because it tells you
how good it is on dry and eczema prone skin. Very expensive. Does it come in
smaller size? Wouldn’t buy it or recommend. Unless it was marketed for problem
eczema or dry spots and smaller so cheaper. Vicky Clarke –
Cassandra 2 Years

 

 

 

 

It definitely worked well as a barrier cream; there was absolutely no sign of nappy rash while I was using it. The texture was delightfully light and did not affect my baby’s sensitive skin at all.

Awards

Siobhra Awarded The Blossom Bunny Nappy Cream 4.6/5

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