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    We use earth choice too, it's great and we use it for everything. Use their fabric softener and delicates wash too. Very happy with them.

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    I've got a sensitive liquid, can't remember what its called and to be perfectly honest, I can't be bothered hauling my big gut off the lounge to find out but its in a light blue bottle with a baby on the front. It also has a matching softener.

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    I've always used Lux Flakes for newborns! It's a bit of a pain to melt the soap flakes. But I've never had a skin reaction to it and it makes the clothes soft and smell nice too

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    I've always used earth choice and eco store laundy liquids.
    DS2 has ezcema and i've had no problem using these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mumoftwoprincess View Post
    I've always used Lux Flakes for newborns! It's a bit of a pain to melt the soap flakes. But I've never had a skin reaction to it and it makes the clothes soft and smell nice too
    I couldn't find lux flakes anywhere! Where did you get it? I couldn't see it at Coles...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarcyJ View Post
    I couldn't find lux flakes anywhere! Where did you get it? I couldn't see it at Coles...

    Its been about 2years since I bought it. But Woolies.

    Its in a tall box. Usually with the earthy kind of ones. Up the top?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarcyJ View Post
    I couldn't find lux flakes anywhere! Where did you get it? I couldn't see it at Coles...
    I bought it from Woolies a few months ago. It's great, my mum used to use it on our clothes so it smells like my childhood clothes ^___^

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    They look like this. If that helps (and the photo uploads)
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    Thanks, maybe Coles just don't stock it. I tried Big W and K-mart too so woolies is probably the only place I haven't looked :P

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    DarcyJ I could never find it in Coles either- I think woollies is the go for lux. As for powders I used aware sensitive but that was 3 years ago so I don't even know what's available now


 

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