You know how fond we are of a children’s toiletry launch? Well, here’s one you’re really going to love. Dandydill Way (such a fab name) is a collection of four hair- and skincare products – shampoo, conditioner, de-tangler and bubble bath – made in the UK from plant-based ingredients. All products are free from synthetic colours and fragrances, plus talc, sulphates, parabens, alcohol, SLS and other nasties and contain hawthorn berries, which are known for their anti-inflammatory, antioxidant nourishing properties. The brainchild of make-up artist, Tania Rodney, the recyclable bottles are as good as the contents and, unlike many other children’s toiletries, won’t look out of place in even the most Instagrammable bathrooms with their minimalist packaging scattered with positive words associated with childhood.
Regular readers will know about Kitty’s reasonably uncontrollable hair – we been trying out the range and, I have to say, her curls are softer and more manageable, plus her hair smells divine. The de-tangler spray, in particular, has been amazing at transforming knots into easy-to-comb hair. Prices start at £16.50 – admittedly, not cheap, but I’ve found that a little goes a long way. Kitty’s a fan, as you can see.
© Photographs by John Wright, Lucy Davies