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Comfort And Pure Fabric Conditioner Review


Comfort and Pure is a leading brand of laundry products in the UK. It specializes in creating laundry products that are safe for your baby's clothes and won't harm your baby's sensitive skin.

Comfort and Pure is dermatologically tested and hypoallergenic. And there is assurance that their products went through rigorous tests to be considered safe.

The company's skincare research is validated by the British Skin Foundation, who works closely with the British Association of Dermatologists, patient support groups and many established dermatology departments. In their effort to seek support for their own research, Comfort and Pure asks the British Skin Foundation for an Independent view. Dermatologists from the foundation then visit the company's laboratories to discuss skin health issues and are given full access to research data. Only when the British Skin Foundation approves of the research can Comfort and Pure's products carry the British Skin Foundation Logo. The company also works closely with the National Childbirth Trust.

Most parenting magazines and blogs would advise against using fabric conditioners on babies' clothes. But Comfort and Pure Fabric Conditioner is built on the premise that the fibers on babies' clothes get tangled with every wash, making them itchy to wear. Comfort and Pure works on smoothing them back out again, making them soft and comfortable against babies' skin.

I started using Comfort and Pure when I was pregnant with my second child. As wash washing my 2 year-old's clothes and noticed how coarse they felt. I was due in about three months and was worried that I can't wash my new baby's clothes in the laundry products I was currently using. I was considering using fabric conditioners but was hesitant since I knew most experts don't recommend them. My mother visited me one weekend and I told me about my problem. That was when she recommended Comfort and Pure.

Comfort and Pure Comfort Pure contain's 5% Cationic Surfactants, Benzisothiazolinone, Sorbic Acid and Benzoic Acid along with a few other ingredients. It is thicker “ meaning it is more concentrated “ than most fabric conditioners; therefore you have to use only a small amount. It is pearly white so I won't affect the color of your baby's clothes. It has very clear instructions on the back of the container so you won't have trouble figuring out how much you'll need for your washing load.

After air drying, your baby's clothes will come out soft as new, and smelling clean and fresh. Since using Comfort and Pure, my two kids have never had a reaction from it.