The benefits of baby massage are well documented, helping to release hormones like oxytocin (the feel-good one) and melatonin (the sleep-inducing one). When should you do it?
Oh, to have the skin of a baby! A soft, lusciously-plump blank canvas, completely unspoiled by life. Here are five quick differences between baby and adult skin you can’t see.
Once your baby reaches 6 months old and their skin becomes a little more mature and resilient you can make a couple of changes to their sun care routine. Find out what these are.
As you and your newborn emerge blinking from the hospital for the first time, one of the first questions you have might be when you can first expose your precious new baby to sunlight.
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