• Winter Skincare Essentials for Moms and Babies

    Winter Skincare Essentials for Moms and Babies

    The days are getting shorter and the sun is growing milder as we head into the cold season. The consistent drop in temperature followed by a general dryness in the air can adversely affect skin health among adults and infants. Therefore, it is essential to adopt a winter-specific skincare regimen with products that are gentle and clean.  A few tips to maintain good skin...
  • Top 5 Things You Need to Know about Baby Diaper Rashes

    Top 5 Things You Need to Know about Baby Diaper Rashes

    Babies have extremely sensitive and delicate skin, making them prone to inflammations and rashes. If you are a new parent, you will be surprised to know that even the best quality diapers and cloth nappies can cause irritation on your tiny baby’s bum. Here are 5 things that every parent must know about baby diaper rashes:  
  • Travelling with your Babies & Toddlers ? Keep a Checklist Ready.

    Travelling with your Babies & Toddlers ? Keep a Checklist Ready.

    Holidays are almost here and your plans are probably in place by now. The destination has been decided, tickets have been booked and activities have also been charted out. Traveling with the family is not just the best way to unwind, but it is also a great way to connect and enjoy new experiences together.  As much as planning the vacation is important, it...
  • Why does my baby get Diaper Rash so often ?

    Why does my baby get Diaper Rash so often ?

    Diaper rash is a form of skin irritation found in babies’ near their diaper areas and bottoms, causing discomfort and pain if left untreated or ignored. It occurs in the form of red patches and inflamed skin. In this write up we deep dive into the causes and symptoms of this condition and find out the easy ways to treat and prevent diaper rash to keep your baby comfortable and...
  • Colic in Infants in the first few weeks

    Colic in Infants in the first few weeks

    Colic is a common condition where there are recurrent stints of excessive crying in a perfectly healthy infant. It starts around 2 to 3 weeks of age and usually peaks around 6 to 8 weeks and then gradually subsides, disappearing completely around 3 to 4 months of age.
  • How to Soothe a Crying Baby ?

    How to Soothe a Crying Baby ?

    CRYING WOES From the very instant you realized that you’re pregnant, you longed for the day you could hold your bundle of joy in your arms. Some may feel a sense of achievement post-giving birth and love holding, touching, watching, smelling, and playing with the baby. All of these emotions are worth experiencing, and the parents are often quite elated to grab the opportunity...
  • How to Choose Your Baby's Diaper.

    How to Choose Your Baby's Diaper.

    Picking a diaper for your little one can be quite confusing for many, with numerous brands vying for your attention. To make things easier, let us do a rundown with pointers to keep in mind while choosing a diaper for your LO - 
  • Do’s and Dont's of Diapering : What every parent needs to know.

    Do’s and Dont's of Diapering : What every parent needs to know.

    As an expecting mom, have you smiled ear to ear, looking at ads featuring a happy little baby getting her diaper changed by a happier looking mom and it just looks as simple as ‘ta-da’? Cut to the scene at home, you see a cranky baby awaiting a diaper change and crankier mom scrambling for cleaning supplies and dealing with woes that diaper wearing...
  • 5 Facts You Need to Know About Your Baby’s Skin

    5 Facts You Need to Know About Your Baby’s Skin

    A baby’s skin is almost synonymous with everything soft and supple but it requires some TLC too. Keep in mind that your baby’s skin is not yet fully developed as yours and is quite sensitive and vulnerable.
  • Your Baby has a Sensitive Skin? Here's what you need to know!

    Your Baby has a Sensitive Skin? Here's what you need to know!

    A newborn’s skin is ultra-thin, fragile, and super sensitive as compared to that of a grown-up adult. You can see most of the blood vessels underneath the skin, which experts say, is a way to gauge your newborn’s body temperature and mood. The skin turns red or pink when the baby is hot and turns a shade of blue when cold. Your baby’s thin...
  • What causes a Diaper Rash ?

    What causes a Diaper Rash ?

    New-borns do not possess a strong immune system, so they tend to be more prone to infections. One such concern that alarms parents and annoys new-borns is DIAPER RASH. It’s a common form of inflamed skin (dermatitis) that appears as patches of bright red skin on your baby's bottom. Statistics reveal that nearly 50 to 60% of babies below two years of age and...