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Whether you’d like to learn more about the ingredients that go into skincare, the care of baby skin or skin prone to eczema, the natural movement as a whole or if you’re just curious about our farm, you’ll find lots of articles that are relevant here (or browse the article categories menu below).
If you or your little one suffers from dry and sensitive skin, having the right skincare regimen is incredibly important. Here are three simple steps to a daily skincare regimen that can help soothe and protect sensitive skin
Why being extra careful in those first months of life can have a big impact on your little one’s future health -A link between childhood obesity and early infant feeding has been uncovered by Sydney researchers. A 10-year study by Western Sydney University (WSU) found babies who were introduced to formula and solid foods in the first four months of life could be twice as likely to develop childhood obesity, the Liverpool Leader reports. The study found feeding infants formula or solids too early could put them at risk.
Yikes! Definitely a toy to avoid! -A POPULAR children’s toy could be banned in Australia after it was pulled from shelves in Denmark amid safety concerns over harmful chemicals. Primary school-aged kids have gone gaga for “squishies”, brightly-coloured soft-foam toys in the shape of food, animals and emojis.
It’s a scary thought but most of what we’re exposed to hasn’t really been tested for its safety! Why sticking to the known & natural is what’s best, especially for our little ones
Newborn skin is tender and fragile. Its translucence is a sign of how incredibly thin it is, and having been submerged in amniotic fluid for months, being exposed to the air means it needs to learn to adjust to a completely new environment.
The reality of climate change is that we've all got to see the bigger picture! - The countries that did the least to cause climate change are already projected to absorb the worst of its impacts, from sea level rise to devastating heat waves. Now, researchers at the...