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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).
Have you ever looked at an ingredient list and wondered what actually goes into the skincare you’re buying? Learning to decipher ingredients can tell you exactly whatgoes into your skincare. Instead of relying on what a brand tells you, a quick read will reveal whether your money’s actually going into the ingredients or the marketing!
Too often, clean nowadays is TOO clean! Anti-bacterial cleaners might seem like a good thing but they’re far from natural and our environment isn’t meant to be free of all bacteria. Why they might have far more far-reaching effects than we realise
The two most common forms of eczema are atopic eczema and irritant eczema, and those are also the ones most often seen in children today. Atopic eczema is a form of eczema typified by episodes of flaring and subsiding and usually starts before 6 months of age.
Infants spend most of their time sleeping, waking up for just a few hours total every day. A lot of growth happens during those spans of shut-eye, though. Research shows that sleep is just as formative for babies’ development as are the scattered bouts of consciousness when their eyes are open and their ears are perked up.
Babies born during pollen season at greater risk of developing asthma, study finds | The Independent
Babies born during the grass pollen season are more at risk to of developing respiratory diseases such as asthma, according to a study. But they seem to be protected in the womb if their mother is pregnant during the hay fever season.
Johnson & Johnson Knew About Asbestos in Baby Powder for Decades, Reuters Investigation Finds – EcoWatch
Yikes! What we don’t know about what goes into our skincare… -A Reuters investigation published Friday charges that Johnson & Johnson, a multi-billion dollar company known for its healthcare products, knew for decades that its iconic talcum baby powder