With their own salon based in the heart of London, and an exciting range of bath time products, Tantrum are working hard to revolutionise the hair care experience for children. The packaging is bold and funky, with real children starring on the labels. This interested Jasmine, who was soon making up stories for them because she couldn't quite read the quotes underneath.
We began our bathtime routine by using the shampoo and body wash. Being the independent little flower that she is, Jasmine decided she needed no assistance in washing her own hair. Thankfully, the bottle was easy enough to open and close for someone with small hands. The scent is fresh and, as Jasmine soon discovered, you only have to use a small amount to make a nice lather.
It also worked nicely as a body wash for both Jasmine and Sonny, who were sharing a bath. Sonny is altogether more difficult when it comes to bathtime as he does not enjoy having his hair washed and also has very sensitive skin. Thankfully, the Tantrum products proved mild enough not to irritate his skin or eyes.
Next up was the apple shampoo, which Jasmine helped me to apply to her brother's hair. It lathered easily and rinsed nicely, with no residue. Sonny was happy withe the experience, and Jasmine loved the smell - it was this that prompted her to tell me that she preferred this shampoo to her usual "princess" one. High praise indeed!
We finished off with the coconut conditioner, which smelled divine and was easy to apply (Jasmine, once again, opted to do this herself). Having rather difficult hair, a good conditioner is always on our shopping list. We look for something that not only smells good but that leaves her hair soft and smooth, which it often very much is not.
Overall, we very much enjoyed our Tantrum experience and will definitely be using their products again, particularly the conditioner, which, after blowdrying, left Jasmine's hair looking like this:
Disclosure: Tantrum provided us with a selection of their products for the purposes of this review. All opinions are our own.