Thanks www.semirurallife.com for the wonderful review on the Four Cow Farm range! They are also offering two Baby Kits as a giveaway…!
As most of you know I recently gave birth to a little girl. She has brought so much joy into our already happy household. She’s such a precious little bundle and like all mums I want to do the best for her. So when the lovely owners of Four Cow Farm asked me if I would like to trial and review their products I jumped at the chance. You know why?? Because they are 100% natural!…
Caz & Savannah have been trying our products out, what a lovely review! We’re so glad that they’re enjoying the range and, yes, at times, we feel like eating some of our products too! 🙂 –
Savannah has the unsightly cradle cap and I have been using the Four Cow Farm baby oil on it. Each morning after using it the cradle cap has disappeared. Sometimes a very noticeable patch is there and I realized it’s a part of her head that I missed with the baby oil the previous evening.
The baby wash is free from foaming agents, so it is low foaming, but performs the job and gives Savannah a pure and gentle wash.
For those babies and children, gosh even adults, with eczema, hives, bites, dermatitis or other skin ailments, the Calendula remedy is a soothing and rich emollient balm. Its a Four Cow Farm favourite and I couldn’t think of a better place to start curing skin conditions. For more information on toxins, eczema, skin care etc. check out the Four Cow Farm Blog.
I was warned that the smell of the products would not be great as there are no perfumes added to the products. I actually found the smell quite enticing as it is so pure and clean.
Craig asked me why he thought Savannah smelt like hay after a put the oil on her head. Fresh and natural, just the way it should be.
I have to say I loved all the products that I tried; the baby wash, baby oil, calendula remedy, nappy cream, nappy balm, and baby lotion.
They really felt so light, yet rich in goodness. It must have something to do with the ingredients, because at times I did even feel like eating them!
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A lovely review from another mummy blogger who stumbled on us at a fair! She’s also offering a discount to her Singapore readers (details can be found here) –
We first came to know about Four Cow Farm products at an exhibition at the Singapore Expo. The baby oil smelled like hazel nut and similarly the baby wash like olive oil. I noted this mentally as I was still looking for other options for a natural body wash for baby.
Finally, when I was haunted enough by that lovely smelling baby wash and the list of its ingredients which I had browsed from its website, I ordered a bottle of baby wash and baby oil online and it arrived within a couple of days. All this happened in November 2011. Last week I purchased another set of these two products, simply convinced that this is what we will use (at least me and Eshan) until he grows out it.
Thanks to Rowantree Design for the wonderful review of the Four Cow Farm range! –
When I choose fabrics for my children’s clothing range I choose only quality 100% cottons and linens. My luxury baby knitwear range is 100% pure organically grown cotton of the finest quality. So naturally when Rowan was born I only wanted to use the very best organic products on and next to his skin. That’s how I met ‘Four Cow Farm’…
We love it on the lips too! –
Calendula Remedy. This is from Four Cow Farm – a children’s skin care line that I featured before and loved. I had tested the products out on my baby with great results, but, this month I went for a facial at Aphea Boutique Organique and the technician actually used this Calendula Remedy on my lips. Wow! My lips felt soft for days after! I had never thought of using it on myself but – makes sense – it’s great for our baby’s skin, so of course it’s good for us too!
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