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It’s official! We’re paediatrician approved and suitable for eczema prone skin.

  • 29th Oct 2018
  • 5 Min Read
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Another amazing week for our bubbles of goodness. Last week, we were thrilled to receive official confirmation that our moisturisers and coconut oil have passed clinical testing and we will now be able to claim “paediatrician approved” and “suitable for sensitive and eczema-prone skin” on all of our packaging.

 To add to the excitement, our friend and investor Deborah Meaden joined us at the beginning of the week to find out the news, meaning we were able to celebrate our latest success alongside our favourite dragon.

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Using naturally-derived and gentle ingredients, our commitment to developing the mildest of formulations for young skin, has brought us fantastic results for some little ones with sensitive and eczema-prone skin (read more here). However, we are now over the moon that the exciting clinical testing results have made this official and now mean we can shout it from the rooftops (or on our packaging at least!).

 This news means a lot to us as a brand and is a goal that our Founder, Amy, has been working towards since launching Good Bubble back in 2014. Amy says:

 “From the very beginning, we’ve tried to make Good Bubble as inclusive as possible, so all the family can use our products, even with sensitive and problem skin. As a brand, we’ve been committed to using only the mildest formulations with gentle, naturally-derived ingredients. These results are proof that our hard work is paying off and this is just the next step of our journey.”

 We’re always on the look out for case studies to feature and would love to hear from you if you have had success with our Good Bubble products and sensitive skin. Send us an email to hello@goodbubble.co.uk if you’ve got a story to tell.

Written by Rachelle Waterfall

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