Recently a surprise package of Vosene shampoo arrived for us to use. I’m quite a big fan of Vosene, having been given and promptly getting hooked on their Kid’s shampoo with headlice repellant (Kieran has yet to *touch wood* catch headlice despite many in his class having suffered so I would say it does the job!).
These new shampoos are anti dandruff, and I received an anti-dandruff shampoo and conditioner, anti dandruff for sensitive scalps and medicated anti-dandruff.
First up…. the medicated shampoo does not smell like the one with the same name that we used when we were kids. This still does the job but is less pungent. Roy liked this one and promptly nabbed the bottle.
The sensitive scalp one I used on the kids. Kieran has no dandruff but it is a perfectly good shampoo of it’s own accord and really is “good for all the family” as the label suggests. Taylor still gets a little cradle cap from time to time and this worked wonders at clearing it and not irritating his easily irritated skin.
The anti-dandruff shampoo and conditioner I used for me. With my crazy curly hair I have to use a fair amount of product to keep it under control. This leads to build up and sometime a dry scalp. This shampoo cleared it right up and I found I didn’t need to use a separate conditioner, as I often do despite shampoos being two in one, as it was more than adequate as it was.
So – the Vosene has been thoroughly tested and we give the anti-dandruff range a 10/10 rating. We can’t fault it and would recommend it to anyone happily.
You can see more about this and the other products in the Vosene range here.
Since he arrived he has been happily cocooned in his Cosatto Cabi pram, safe, snug & warm while Mummy has navigated snow, ice, sleet, wind and rain (from a week after a c-section no less). Thankfully the pram did it’s job and more (you can read about the pram & my thoughts here and here) but it’s time we said goodbye.
Changing from pram to pushchair was very easy, the pram section literally lifts off and the pushchair section slots in. This is more secure than it sounds, trust me, it had rigorous testing!
The pushchair has 3 recline positions-
1- Sat up, Taylor loves this as he is at that inquisitive stage where being up and looking around is a must
2.Chilled out – half lying, half sitting basically, a comfortable was to lay back, take it all in and gurgle in a most cute way at your Mummy
3- Almost pram. Perfect for when he nods off! He can be moved very smoothly, so not to be disturbed, into the sleeping position. This has made the transition from pram to pushchair easier (for me!).
You can place the pushchair on the chassis forward facing or face-to-face (I prefer face to face, we “chat” to each other as we trek around!), though I do find using the shopping basket more difficult when in position 1 and 2, but certainly not impossible.
The rain-gear we used for the pram is the same one you use for the pushchair and fits perfect for complete coverage. It’s very easy to put on (idiot-proof clearly as I’ve managed lol!).
So, for the endurance test! Tucked up safe, we set off on a family trek in Dalby Forest. We did a 2.5mile course, which was fairly level, though a track in places still so I was impressed Taylor wasn’t being bounced all over! Tucked up safe in the warm cosy toes and fleece liner we had a fantastic time!
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