Product Info -Best4yourBaby Hamper
Tommee Tippee Anti Colic bottle – https://www.tommeetippee.co.uk/product/anti-colic-bottle I used these bottles for Zain for the first year and even though cleaning them was a bit of a faff, they worked well and really helped his colic (I ended up buying Dr Browns and MAM but didn’t get on with them)
Dr Browns bottle – https://www.drbrowns.co.uk/ I never used this but I know people that did and rate them.
Nuby bottle –
Avent bottle – https://www.philips.co.uk/c-p/SCF631_27/avent-classic-bottles-anti-colic-teat I ended up moving on to these when Zain was 1 year old. Mainly because I was living in Turkey and they didn’t sell Tommee Tippee -but he got on really well with them.
Sudacreme – I used it for treating nappy rash, I liked it as it was thick enough to layer a protective coating on skin so urine didn’t make the rash worse.
“Sudocrem is clinically proven to soothe and heal your baby’s delicate skin and works in three simple ways: an emollient soothes sore or inflamed skin; its ingredients are recognised for their healing properties; and a mild local anaesthetic helps to ease pain and irritation.
Cuts, grazes and minor burns
Sudocrem provides gentle yet effective relief from cuts, grazes and minor burns. It helps to heal wounds by forming a protective layer over the vulnerable area, reducing the risk of infection, and also contains a mild local anaesthetic to soothe discomfort.
Eczema is a dry skin condition that affects many children and adults. It may cause cracked and sore skin that can be painful and difficult to keep hydrated. Sudocrem Antiseptic Healing Cream can be used to calm, soothe and heal eczema and other skin conditions. The unique formula works like this:
Anhydrous hypoallergenic lanolin is an emollient, soothing and softening skin, while zinc oxide reduces the loss of fluid
Benzyl alcohol has local anaesthetic and antiseptic properties, helping to reduce discomfort
A water-repellent excipient base, including paraffin and other waxes, creates a protective seal”
Bebanthen – Great for Nappy rash. This can occur at any time during your child’s nappy-wearing stage. Most children will experience nappy rash during this time – it is incredibly common, and most cases will clear up quickly with the right care. It is also really common when they are teething (along with ridiculous amounts of dribble, red cheeks and a snotty nose)
Vaseline – I tend to use it for dribble rash as a protective barrier so the skin doesn’t get sore. It can be used for nappy rash but it was a bit too greasy for me. You can also use it around the nose if baby is snotty and you are wiping a lot.
Nappies – included are all newborn size 1 – Asda (little angels), Aldi (Mamia), Tesco, Sainsburys (Little ones), Boots baby, Pampers + 2 swim nappies (size 2)
WaterWipes – “WaterWipes are the only wipe made using just water and a drop of grapefruit seed extract. That’s why 97% of midwives believe WaterWipes are suitable for use on the skin of newborn babies*, and why WaterWipes are the only baby wipe to be approved by Allergy UK and the National Eczema Association of America.” These are great for the baby, very gentle, but we did have to ring them out before use as they are very wet.
Huggies Pure Wipes – “Huggies® Pure Wipes are made with natural*, absorbent fibres that gently clean and protect baby’s delicate skin. With 99% pure water and no fragrance, they’re completely free from alcohol, parabens and phenoxyethanol.
Hypoallergenic and clinically tested, Huggies® Pure Wipes offer gentle cleaning that’s just like cotton wool and water.
The purity of water and the gentle touch of Huggies® provides all the care your baby needs.”
After we moved on from Waterwipes we moved on to Huggies Pure, Zain has super sensitive skin, and these have been great.
Muslin – the Muslin included is from muslinz.com (also on Amazon) I found a lot of shop bought packs of muslins were quite rough on Zains skin, these are 100% Cotton and the softest, biggests on I have found. They wash really well, and tbh I didn’t buy anything else after finding these.
Nappy bags – these are Tesco’s own, I usually double bag for poop, but you change your bin so often I didn’t bother with more expensive ones.
Dummies – 1 x MAM 1 x Advent – I like the advent ones as they come with individual caps.