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Newborn and Baby Hacks For Parents

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Newborn and Baby Hacks For Parents

BABY HACKS TO MAKE LIFE THAT MUCH EASIER FOR PARENTS Babies are blessings and their little smiles tug at our heartstrings. But let’s face reality – life with a baby is also tough and stressful. Hence, it’s a full-time job on top of everything else in your life. To help make life a bit easier with your little one here are some baby hacks and tips. We know every little bit helps when you have a baby at home! Bib at your finger tip The first baby hack is to place a hook on the back of your baby’s high...

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Tips to Help Reduce Child Skin Irritation in High-Risk Children

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Tips to Help Reduce Child Skin Irritation in High-Risk Children

High-risk children are children whose mother, father or older siblings have been diagnosed with an allergic reaction and therefore more at risk of child skin irritation. In this context, allergic reaction refers to asthma, hay fever, atopic dermatitis (infantile eczema) and food allergies which can cause a high-risk for child skin irritation. If you have a high-risk child, follow our tips below to help to reduce the risk of child skin irritation. You can start to help prevent allergic reactions by establishing a healthy indoor environment without smoke, moisture and dust. Breastfeeding and food In the UK, the NHS recommends...

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Newborn Skin Problems and Resolutions

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Newborn Skin Problems and Resolutions

WHY MOST NEWBORN AND BABY SKIN ISSUES ARE NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT We’re so used to seeing utterly flawless babies gurgling in nappy adverts (and indeed all over Instagram…). Therefore, when our own little ones show signs of skin issues it can be seriously alarming. But don’t panic – in reality (#nofilter) it’s normal for newborn skin to show all manner of blemishes. After all, your baby just spent nine luxurious months lounging in your amniotic fluid. Hence, the real world can be a shock to their delicate system. This is why a huge chunk of newborns who have sensitive...

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