I would love to give these a trial. I have two little ladies, a 2yr old who unfortunately like me has eczema which flares up more coming into these cold months. I also have a 6week old who is currently covered in a dry rash that is all too familiar I wash daily so would have no issue with trailing them.
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21-04-2016 16:45 #21Member
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21-04-2016 17:05 #22
I would love to trial this product.
We are a family of 5- myself, my husband, my two step kids (10 & 8) and our 8 week old daughter.
I moved here 4 years ago, from Ireland, and have yet to find a laundry liquid or powder that doesn't make me itch. My husband also has sensitive skin and my step son has eczema.
My daughter (8weeks) has red flaky patches all over her body. It has almost disappeared since switching laundry liquid but is still there somewhat.
This liquid we are using seems to be the one that suits us most but it just does not clean our clothing properly!
I am the sole laundry maid in this house (seriously- I was in hosp for 9 days after giving birth and came home to laundry).
I do 5-7 loads a week.
21-04-2016 21:45 #23
22-04-2016 07:10 #24Senior Member
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- Jun 2014
I'd love to try Purity laundry range out.
My 9 month old has super sensitive skin - he has eczema and also seems to have some contact allergies to cleaning products as lately his arms and knees in particular come up in a red rash after he's been crawling around exploring his little world.
I currently wash his clothes in warm water and have been advised to dry them on a low setting in a tumble dryer. Would be great to find a product that doesn't cause irritation. My husband is also prone to eczema so this could become our family washing solution.
In the past I've always used powders so this would be a great chance to try out a liquid.
Thanks as always got your consideration.
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22-04-2016 12:52 #25
Bumping for the lunchtime crowd!
22-04-2016 16:32 #26
I'd love to review this if there's still space available. I'm the main household washer, I have a 19 month old and 4 year old who don't have any special skin issues but the 4 year old does get allergies to bites so I'm careful not to irritate her skin. I'd be able to do a few loads to trial the product.
24-04-2016 08:31 #27
Still a few spots available for this review
24-04-2016 09:26 #28Senior Member
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- Oct 2015
I would love to review these laundry products. I have a 22 month old DS and a 12 day old DD. My DS suffers mild eczema and DD has newborn dry skin. I have history of sensitivity to particular chemicals and I would love to see how these products support my familys sensitive skin.
Thanks so much
24-04-2016 21:37 #29Senior Member
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- Dec 2010
I have 3 kids, including a 2 year old. He often gets dry flaky skin on his arms and legs and I'm curious if it is laundry liquid related.
Thanks for the opportunity!
26-04-2016 10:11 #30
Just under 24 hours left on this one!
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