Soft, clean skin and healthy, shiny hair using safe, gentle ingredients. Made exclusively in the UK.
'Dandydill Way is a range of super stylish kid's products that smell divine. Display this stuff on your bathroom shelf. Dandydill Way's recyclable bottles and smartly illustrated labels are as chic as any bottle of Le Labo perfume I've ever seen.' Karen Dacre, Evening Standard
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Andrea M, mother of 2 and lawyer.
“She’s been washing her own hair every day now she’s got her own Dandydill Way products- it’s a record!”
Nura Khan, Sittings Editor, British Vogue
"I love the products! They are our absolute favourites, so much better than anything else out there, we love them."
Alice J Edwards, jewellery editor at the Sunday Times Style and Times Luxx & mother of 2.
"Divine products, the children absolutely love them, they smell incredible"
"Bathtime Bliss. This new toiletry range is exquisite. Not only does it smell divine but the packaging is gorgeous to boot."
"New to the beauty store at Josh Wood Colour in Holland Park, Josh gave my nine year old (his goddaughter) a Dandydill Way care package to test and "professionally" review. She loved it. I stole it." Laura Bailey
"A super luxe shampoo for mini-mes. Dandydill Way is a range of super stylish kids' products that smell divine."
"Dandydill Way is a naturally luxurious range for children created by make up artist Tania Rodney. Made in the UK from pure, natural ingredients including extract of anti-oxidant rich wild grown British hawthorn berry."
"Oh baby. Lotions and potions for little ones."
Our safe and gentle, award winning skin and hair products are all made in the UK. Best for sensitive skin, we avoid allergy causing compounds (including those found in essential oils) using only pure, mild and naturally derived ingredients. Our delicate, 100% natural fragrance is carefully made without allergens.
Dandydill Way's unique botanical extract comes from vitamin rich, wild hawthorn fruit, hand picked each autumn around the Black Mountains of Herefordshire close to the Welsh Borders.Read more