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The world waited with much anticipation for the birth of the royal baby, andÂ the speculation turned into reality yesterday as Kate Middleton and Prince William welcomed their first child, a boy, into the world.
Taking care of a newborn or a toddler is no child’s play: from a skincare point of view alone, the baby will go through a lot of changes the first year, some more abrupt and startling and others benign. Here are some products and issues that can keep baby (and mom) happy, peaceful, and rash-free during the first year. After all, there’s no more perfect skin than a baby’s skin, so let’s keep it that way.
Leonor Greyl Mousse Douceur Fleurs d’Oranger (ARV $39)
Adele absolutely glowed at the Grammys. Not only did her stunning voice and 6 wins wow the crowd at last Sundayâ€™s ceremony, but her radiant skin made an unforgettable impression as well.
One beauty secret of the soulful British-born singer and songwriter is Skin Food by Weleda. â€œI like to use Skin Food by Weleda because I feel really replenished when I do,â€ she stated in the March 31, 2011 issue of the Sunday Sun UK.
A versatile, deeply hydrating cream, Weleda Skin food features a nourishing cocktail of plant extracts that restore and protect the skin. Itâ€™s a whole body treatment especially good for stubborn dryness on elbows, hands, feet and even chapped li
I wonder how well we know our natural beauty products. Perhaps you have heard of a few brands but canâ€™t tell them apart. Or youâ€™re disinterested by those products that were once only aimed at green-gurus or happy hippies.
If any of those criteria apply to you than you are missing out, trust me! We at BITB make it our business to find the latest and greatest of products, ranges, technologies and services so that the enormous beauty market is distilled down for you to buy more knowledgably. Here youâ€™ll get the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, naturally.
Pomegranates are a good source of vitamin B and C, and are rich in tannins and potent antioxidant phenols. They are also a fusion of pink and burgundy colors which make them pretty to look at. This little, funny looking fruit is considered a “superfood’ in natural circles and has made its way into the skincare hall of fame. Â Current research on ingredients such as pomegranate, blueberries, goji berries and acai has shown that you can significantly reduce the impact of free radicals with the help of these powerful antioxidants, which is why we see pomegranate showing up in everything from shampoo to cleansing wipes.
Korres Pomegranate Scrub
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