Expert Tips Beauty Bible - Mum & Baby
“During pregnancy, skin can become unbalanced, dry and patchy. Sanctuary Therapists Secret Facial Oil is a fantastic treatment to use in the evening to rebalance skin during pregnancy and keep it plump and dewy.” – Nichola Joss, Sanctuary Spa Global Skincare Expert
“Toilet training accidents on eczema-prone legs can sting. Use a natural corn starch powder to soothe and soak up the moisture.” – Michelle Vogrinec, Creator of GAIA Natural Baby and MD of GAIA Skin Naturals Australia
“The best defence against nappy rash is frequent changing so your baby's bottom remains clean and dry. Keep the nappy area clean with a mild cleanser or wipe, apply a barrier cream such as Desitin, and incorporate some nappy-free time each day.” – Jo Bridgman, Midwife, Johnson’s Baby Professional Team
“Choose a bath time product that is soap-free and therefore won’t dry your baby’s skin, helping it to maintain a healthy barrier.” – Jo Bridgman, Midwife, Johnson’s Baby Professional Team
“Want the benefits of infant massage without an oily baby? Choose a moisturising cream with shea butter and/or cocoa butter combined with nourishing organic oils – it makes for a lovely, non-greasy alternative.” –Michelle Vogrinec, Creator of GAIA Natural Baby and MD of GAIA Skin Naturals Australia
What's the best pregnancy or motherhood tip you've ever received?
YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE...