Thursday, 6 April 2017

Johnson's Top-To-Toe Baby Bath Experiment | AD




Hey Dolls, 

Johnson's asked me to put their Top to Toe baby bath to the test to see just how gentle it is. They asked me to conduct the rose petal test. They claim their Top To Toe baby bath is just as gentle on babies skin as water so I wanted to see how these two roses faired out when left overnight soaking in a jar with water and Top To Toe baby bath verses water and baby soap.  

One rose was placed in a jar of water with 10mls of the Top To Toe baby bath, the second rose was placed in a jar of water and baby soap. I was intrigued to see how both roses got on.  

After 24 hours I checked back with the roses. The one I left in the Top To Toe baby bath was perfect, a bright shade of pink, it looked like it had bloomed even more over night and very fresh. The Top To Toe baby bath had no effect on the rose.  

The second rose that was left in the jar with baby soap didn't look so happy and fresh, the part of the rose that was submerged on the water had faded to a lighter pink, the petals had started to go brown and the rose itself had closed up. There was a big difference in the appearance of the two roses. 

Babies skin is so soft and so sensitive when they are newborn that we need to use products that are so gentle on their skin it would be like using water itself. After trying out this rose petal test and seeing the results myself I would have no issue using Johnson's top to toe or recommending it to all of you.  

It has also opened my eyes to how some baby soaps are not as gentle as they seem and the effects it could have on baby skin. 

I hope you found this post as helpful as I did. 

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Love Grace xox 



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