Discount store Home Bargains is selling products from popular family hair and skincare brand Childs Farm – and the price starts from just 99p.
The Childs Farm brand is popular with families as it offers a baby and child's range for sensitive skin.
According to the paediatrician and dermatologist approved, No.1 UK children's range, the products are known to be 'Superheroes for your skin'.
They come in plenty of different varieties and for all skin types including dry, sensitive and eczema prone skin.
Customers will be able to find Childs Farm items such as shampoo, conditioner, hand-wash, body Wash to bubble bath in store at Homebargains.co.uk where the prices range from a bargain 99p to £1.99.
Fans of the well-known family brand will need to be quick if they're hoping to get your hands on these sought after products as they are only being sold in selected stores, while stocks last.
To find your nearest Home Bargains you can search using the store locator here.
The retailer shared with their Facebook followers that the Childs Farm products were being sold in store, and they wasted no time at all at sharing their enthusiasm.
The original post has since received 1,500 comments and 746 likes.
One of the followers who commented on the post, said: "I bought them all yesterday" while another added, "Omg I spend a fortune on these for little one!! Bargain!"
A third said: "Omg yes please, buy these for my boys about 3.99 each normally"
And a fourth follower, commented: "Omg this is amazing."
As well as shampoo, conditioner, hand-wash, body wash and bubble bath, the Childs Farm range also provides – moisturisers, sun care, gift sets which come in many different child-friendly fragrances.
Other retailers who also stock the Childs Farm products are Boots – £2.99 to £12, Asda -£2.68 to £10, Holland & Barrett – £3.49 to £7.50, Superdrug – £3.99 to £11.99 and Tesco – £3.50 to £12.
Last week Home Bargains also announced that the discount store was selling popular Maui Hair products for as little as £1.99, which sent their followers and shoppers into a frenzy at the thought of bagging the popular products at such massive discounted prices, compared to other high street retailers.
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