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Excellent

AdvantagesCleans well, cheap, not harsh on a childs eyes, smells good

DisadvantagesNone really

...My sons hair looks hideous when it starts to grow, due to him having a double crown so we keep his hair really short so it looks neater and therefore due to a lack of hair, he doesn?t really need an expensive shampoo and conditioner so I often purchase a shampoo from the Tesco kids range and his shampoo at the moment is the Tesco Kids 2in1 shampoo and conditioner. They do this in two flavours...

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Super

AdvantagesCleans hair well, good value for money

DisadvantagesNot very gentle on my sons eyes

...When it comes to my sons hair, as he has quite cropped hair and doesn?t suffer with any hair or scalp problems, I just purchase Tesco?s own branded kids shampoo for him as there are better branded kids shampoo?s out there, such as L?oreal, but I don?t feel the need for these where my son is concerned. For the price of just £1.00, you get a 250ml bottle of this shampoo. It is available in two...

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Excellent

AdvantagesAvailable in different colours, easy to adjust the seat and handlebars, easy for a 2 year old to u

DisadvantagesSmall frame is only suitable for 2-4 year olds

...went for a silver one to hide any scratches better and make sure we can pass it on to younger brother. Apparently you can also get wooden versions of the bike that are a bit more expensive, but again, I have never seen one of these versions, and they are not made by Ridgeback. I prefer having a metal bike as I think it stands out less to other kids as being 'strange.' We got it when he was...

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