Saturday, 6 September 2014

Waterless washing with Equip+ - Plus a giveaway!

You may have seen me write about waterless washing products before, they're really good for a whole variety of reasons from camping/festivals to messy kids and time saving to illness. For me, having a bath is a big undertaking so I don't get to bath as regularly as I'd like (I'm not saying I never bath, just that it can be a day or two longer than I'd like -  yup, full honesty here) so something that gives me the feeling of being clean is a massive, massive help.


I've been sent the whole collection of Equip+ products to try out and I've got the same for one of you to win in a giveaway. I imagine the oversized wipes would be great for days out with little ones, I would've loved to have had these at hand when we took Ethan to the beach, they'd also be worth keeping in case you ever lost your water (My goodness that's awful, you may've heard about when Cheltenham and Tewkesbury lost their water for days and days a few years ago, eesh, it was horrid), great for camping, for taking the to the gym or just if, like me, you need something to keep you going between baths (or in additional to spot washes etc). Also the protective wipes are the kind of thing that people would use on a daily basis, irrespective of anything else, especially with all of the claims it has to offer.

I definitely felt like the oversized wipes and wash mitt's genuinely made me feel cleaner - I sometimes use a baby wipe but they just don't do the same job, these really did make me feel much cleaner after using them. They were strong enough to not fall apart and wet enough to not go dry really quickly - Very impressed.


Oh yes, the shower cap is very attractive, haha. There's one in the packet and it's incredibly wet, there's definitely not a lack of the waterless washing formula in this one (as you can see from the dampness on my face, it did dribble a little bit) - With this you put it on your head and massage for 2-3 minutes. I can't keep my arms up for that long but Azii helped me (which was quite amusing) and then I left it on for a little while after that too. Once you take it off (and ask your four year old to put it in the bin for you, so you get a giggle when he will only carry it between his finger and thumb like something scary haha) you use a towel to towel dry your hair. My hair was very very wet so I ended up having to leave it a bit damp to air dry. At first, as with other waterless wash hair products, my hair felt a little dry and straw like but as it dried it got better and better. I was very impressed with how my hair ended up and even was able to leave it until the next day to wash, it didn't just give a few hours of boost, it really did a very good job.

So, if you like what you've heard, and want a chance to win the same four packs of products yourself then you can enter via the rafflecopter below (The rafflecopter has been created by the company and I am just hosting it on my page)


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35 comments:

  1. On woodland walks with my kids!

    Ashleigh

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  2. I'd use it for family picnics or trips out

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  3. It would great to keep in my bag for when ever my children need them

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  4. I'd keep them in my bag for emergencies

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  5. For when I'm out for day trips with my daughter.

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  6. These look amazing! I can definitely see me using these at work (as a nanny) for when we get into a mess, or even when I've had a manic morning with them and feel like I need a freshen up!

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  7. They would be great for long haul flights with the kids

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  8. These would be great for days out, picnics etc :)

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  9. They would be great for days out and picnics

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  10. Not that I am planning on breaking anything but they could be very useful if you weren't able to get in the shower because you don't want to get a cast wet.

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  11. days out with the kids and bike rallies :D

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  12. Days out, camping, festivals, so many different things!

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  13. emergencies +

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  14. when they turn our water off to replace he mains

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  15. Perfect for keeping fresh at festivals! :)

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  16. Would be ideal for festivals

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  17. I'd use it for family picnics or day trips

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  18. Days out, with the kids, in the bag... an essential

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  19. keep them in my bag for emergencies

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  20. Going to festivals, camping and glamping!

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  21. When we go camping as a family :)

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  22. I would use it all the time especially family adventures.

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  23. For cleaning hands when out on long walks at the weekend!

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