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Post-Pregnancy Skincare: 5 Ways to Indulge and Restore With Baby By Your Side Post-Pregnancy Skincare: 5 Ways to Indulge and Restore With Baby By Your Side

Once baby arrives, there’s little time to relax between making bottles, changing diapers and a huge lack of sleep. But taking time to pamper is important for relieving stress and restoring your post-pregnancy appearance – especially the unexpected issues related to your skin. Read on for simple, effective ways to nurture your skin – and your soul – with baby by your side.

Unearth Healthy, Radiant Skin Using Soap and Glory’s Skin-Smoothing Body Polishes & ScrubsUnearth Healthy, Radiant Skin Using Soap and Glory’s Skin-Smoothing Body Polishes & Scrubs

Has your skin been feeling dry and rough to the touch? Give your body a makeover with one of Soap and Glory’s body scrubs or polishes to reveal fresh, new skin that’s as smooth as a baby’s bottom. Keep reading to find the perfect product for your needs.

Back to College Style Guide: Simple Tips to Look Stylish All SemesterBack to College Style Guide: Simple Tips to Look Stylish All Semester

School might be back in session but you don’t have to sacrifice style to get to class on time. Stock your dorm with these multi-tasking products and everyday essentials for effortless hair styling and effective skincare while you’re away at school.

Multi-Tasking Creams from A to Z: BB and CC Creams for All Complexions Multi-Tasking Creams from A to Z: BB and CC Creams for All Complexions

Do you find yourself puzzled by the myriad of alphabet creams that have overtaken the beauty aisles? You’re not alone. Decoding the latest wave of multi-tasking creams can be tricky – but it doesn’t have to be impossible. Discover the differences between two of the most popular skincare products – BB and CC creams – and find out which is best for addressing the top concerns of your complexion.

Teenage Skin: Three Simple Steps to Effectively Balance Rebellious ComplexionsTeenage Skin: Three Simple Steps to Effectively Balance Rebellious Complexions

With all the exciting changes teenagers go through, problem skin shouldn’t have to be yet another daunting challenge. Help make this rite of passage easier for teens by giving them gentle but effective skincare and easy solutions for treating and covering up blemishes.

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FAQs

Q: What is the right bath water temperature for my infant – not too hot, but not too cold?

A: As a safety measure to avoid accidentally scalding your baby, turn the water heater down to below 120°F, and run the bath water at around 100°F. Check the water with your hand before submerging your baby. Also, keep the air temperature in the bathroom around 75°F so baby is warm when you take him or her out.

Q: Seeing my locks dwindle down the drain has me feeling stressed! Is there anything I can do to hang on to my hair?

A: It’s true – it’s common to lose the extra hair that your body held onto during pregnancy during the first few months after delivery. Although there’s nothing you can do to reverse this natural phenomenon, you can minimize shedding by avoiding thermal styling and excess brushing. You can also use techniques to thicken the appearance of your locks, including maintaining healthy moisture, using a side part, adding texture, and trying a new style with bangs.

Q: I’m not sure how often to bathe my newborn. Is every other day too often or not enough?

A: During the first month or so, a gentle sponge bath with a mild cleanser two or three times per week is all that’s needed to keep baby clean and fresh. Washing too frequently can actually deplete the healthy oils that protect baby’s skin from allergens, leading to skin reactions like eczema.

Q: My teen washes her face, but she still gets pimples along her chin and jawline. How can she avoid these breakouts?

A: In this age of technology, we know that a smartphone typically isn’t far from your teenager’s hands – or face. A common result is breakouts in the areas that the phone frequently touches. Have your teen regularly clean her phone screen to keep the bacteria from rubbing into pores and causing breakouts.




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