Comfort Pure Fabric Conditioner dermatologically tested gentle next to sensitive skin 4.8 L (160 washes)
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Add a little love to your laundry with Comfort Pure Fabric Conditioner, the number one fabric conditioner for sensitive skin in the UK*. This gentle, yet effective fabric softener is gentle next to sensitive skin and helps to smooth the fibres in your clothes, leaving them lovely and soft. Features Lenor Sensitive, like Comfort pure, has been designed with sensitive skin in mind – it is hypoallergenic and it has been dermatologically tested.
And if you really don’t mind what fabric conditioner you use, but you want to make your laundry extra pungent, you could always go down the Lenor route, and buy a Scent Booster to give your laundry an added punch of freshness. When it comes to lasting freshness, it’s always worth keeping in mind that you never really know if a reviewer has actually used the fabric conditioner correctly. And also, reviewers don’t always tell you if they’ve used any scent boosters. These points could directly impact the scent that’s left behind and how long it stays on laundry for. The young couple, who are made from rags and cloths, live in the fictitious world of ‘Clothworld’ and are part of Comfort’s advertising program. In the ads you regularly see Lisa and Darren using Comfort’s products to keep themselves clean as they go about their lives.
Comfort Classic fabric conditioner comes in a 100% recyclable bottle, and the conditioner will give your laundry long lasting fragrance and softness.
Both brands sell products that cover their main audiences – those who need a regular conditioner, those who need a more intense conditioner, and those who need a more sensitive product. Comfort and Lenor make a wide variety of products, and many of these items come in various scents. Learn more about their goods below. ComfortThere are, of course, some users who think that Lenor’s scents can be a tad too strong for them. Although other buyers say that when a scent is too strong, they just half the dosage, and this helps. It also means that you’ll get a few extra washes out of a bottle if you do this.
Comfort was the first fabric conditioner to be launched in the UK in 1969 and continues to be the market leader, with Comfort Blue Skies being the bestselling fabric conditioner in the UK*. Of course, it goes without saying that you won’t necessarily see every single scent, in every shop you go to. But you’ll usually be able to find the most popular smells, and the newest scents that have just come out.Lenor sells three variations of fabric conditioner: Liquid Fabric Conditioner, an Ultra-Concentrated Fabric Conditioner and a Sensitive Fabric Conditioner.