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Help - DS has echema and Tesco discontinued Halos N Horns!

(12 Posts)
desparado Tue 21-Aug-07 16:30:12

I don't know what else to use as we've always used the Halos N Horns baby bath. HnH can't tell me where else it's stocked. Don't know what to do :-(

MrsBadger Tue 21-Aug-07 16:31:08

waitrose
boots

UCM Tue 21-Aug-07 16:31:50

Asda

curlywurlycremeegg Tue 21-Aug-07 16:33:38

seen it in asda, bit crap though that they don't know where their own product is stocked

docket Tue 21-Aug-07 16:35:49

sainsburys still do it. i bought some from tescos online a week ago as well

cleaninglady Tue 21-Aug-07 16:45:01

I buy it from Morrisons - never had a problem getting it from any branch so worth a look?

LadyVictoriaOfCake Tue 21-Aug-07 16:45:54

how about just using water and no soap stuff at all?

all my dd's have eczema and we dont dont use any baby bath products, except a lush babybaff bomb as a treat a few times a year.

desparado Tue 21-Aug-07 18:34:42

Thanks all - I'll have to do some searching!

puffling Tue 21-Aug-07 18:38:18

Morrisons has it. How about using E45 or Oilatum products.
preferably to any of above, I'd get something from your local health shop.

FLIER Tue 21-Aug-07 18:47:10

I'll be at tesco's tomorrow and will look to see if they have any left there (inverness). If they have any would you like me to get you some and post it on to you?

FLIER Tue 21-Aug-07 18:49:52

I've just checked by doing an online grocery order and Inverness store still seem to stock it, so just let me know how much you would like me to get, if you want it, that is

Could it be that its just your local tesco that has stopped stocking it???

FLIER Wed 22-Aug-07 14:51:47

ok, desparado. Tesco Inverness def have this in stock. No sign of it being discontinued either.
If you'd like me to post some down to you, just let me know by posting on this thread.

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