The last few years have really opened my eyes to the number of allergies around. In fact, before having children I don’t think I was very aware at all!
Six years into motherhood and as a family we are living with seven different allergies and has meant adjusting certain things and getting into routines. For the most part, it is easy to cut out food groups and avoid certain materials, but something we have really struggled with is finding a detergent that doesn’t flare up eczema.
There’s nothing worse is there? You find a brand that promises to be kind to skin, yet you find yourself itching from head to toe the very next day. We’ve been there so many times and it always takes so long to undo the damage – washing everything again to remove any trace.
We’ve been trying out Neutral 0% for the past few weeks and I am so pleased to be able to tell you that it doesn’t cause any flare-ups at all!
Neutral 0% is completely fragrance and colourant-free, hypoallergenic and dermatologically tested. It has also received the Allergy UK Seal of Approval which is brilliant for us allergy families, isn’t it?
I can now do my washing, knowing that the children won’t be itching in their clothes and that they will be able to sleep soundly without their bedding irritating them. A good night’s sleep is worth its weight in gold!
I always felt as though we were in the minority with all of our allergies but apparently 1 in 4 people in the UK suffer from allergies and this number is growing every year. With more products available with allergies in mind, we can get on with living life to the full without worry!
If you’re interested in trying the products, the Neutral 0% Washing Liquid and Fabric Conditioner are currently on promotion in Ocado and the range is also available from Sainsbury’s and Amazon. To find out more about Neutral 0% visit www.neutralsensitiveskin
Even if you don’t suffer with allergies, it is best to have less fragrance and colourants in products, isn’t it?
So give it a go and let me know how you get on!
This post is written in collaboration with Neutral 0%.