A: Creating a barrier will protect delicate skin from moisture and chaffing, helping to prevent an irritating rash. Zinc dioxide coats the skin, naturally preventing and treating irritations, making it a go-to for the diaper area. Be wary of any ointment that contains chemicals, fragrances or parabens, as these ingredients can cause – as well as exasperate – redness. Reach for Summers Lab Triple Paste Medicated Ointment for Diaper Rash, which is formulated with zinc oxide, lanolin, white petroleum and beeswax for staying power.
A: It can be difficult to trim a squirmy baby’s nails. Mend abrasions with Brave Soldier Antiseptic Healing Ointment, which is powered by all-natural, botanical ingredients and speeds up skins healing time by 40%. Try a dab of this on your baby’s wound and cover their fingers with mittens to help the ointment stay in place and out of baby’s mouth.
A: Specifically formulated with natural essential oils such as rosemary, tea tree and mint – and free from harsh chemicals contained in many other treatment shampoos – Babo Botanicals Lice Repel Shampoo has the ability to gently and effectively eliminate lice from your son’s follicles. Follow the cleansing treatment with Babo Botanicals Lice Repel Conditioning Spray and brush through with Babo Botanicals NIT Free Lice Comb to remove any eggs the lice may have left behind. Repeat this process as needed until the parasites and their eggs have been eradicated.
A. Maximize the efficiency of your products and add radiance to your dry skin with the Clarisonic Mia 2 Sonic Cleansing System. Its feather light exfoliating bristles will prime your skin and help moisturizer absorb more rapidly, so that your complexion is more balanced and hydrated.
A. There are few styles more timeless than an easy-to-accomplish low bun placed off to the side. Let go of perfection and go for a messy look with loose, wispy strands. Hold your coif in place with Ren Furterer Styling Vegetal Satin Finish Spray for a light shine.
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