Kit and Kin

We think former Spice Girl and north Londoner, Emma Bunton’s new eco-friendly brand is exciting, even if you don’t have a baby. Having struggled to find products suitable for her son’s eczema-prone skin, and frustrated by the rising numbers of unsustainable and potentially harmful products on the shelves, Emma set about developing her own, with the help of industry expert Christopher Money. At the heart of the range are premium performance bio-degradable nappies – dermatologically-tested and approved, the nappies are designed to break down in between three and six years (where other brands can take centuries) and contain less of the chemical nasties that can irritate little bottoms. Alongside the nappies, a gentle yet nourishing skincare range boasts paraben-, SLS- and artificial colouring-free formulations that are suitable for all the family. Magic Salve, our hero product, might be designed to prevent nappy rash, but we’ve found it works wonders on dry skin and chapped lips, too.

Skincare from £7.99, nappies £9.99. All products available at A convenient, cost-saving subscription program is available for the nappies