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Pregnancy completely changes a woman’s body. While I, like most women enjoyed beautiful thick and dense hair during pregnancy, suddenly 2-3 months postpartum, I started losing them.
There was hair all over, on the bed, on the floor, a bunch of it in the comb and I was losing my head over it. That’s when I thought of reading about hair loss post-pregnancy.
Why does it happen?
In the regular course of time, while our new hair grows, some of it rests and soon the resting hair falls off and new hair takes its place and grows longer. Continue Reading
Face creams for babies? Admit it, it’s something you may have not heard of, neither did I, to be honest! It never struck my mind to use a special cream on my son’s face. I always figured the moisturizer I used on his body would do the job.
I mean, you just have to keep the skin hydrated right? Turns out, I couldn’t be more wrong! Just like us grown-ups, even a baby’s facial skin is more delicate as compared to that on the rest of the body. And hence, requires some extra gentle care. That’s why using a baby face cream is really crucial if you want to maintain the softness of those chubby cheeks. And also keep baby acne away!
However, buying the right baby face cream isn’t that easy. Upon my research for the perfect one, I found out that it’s not just the ingredients that matter but also the pH level of the cream. In fact, the pH level is very important as if that’s wrong, the cream won’t even be able to do its job! Continue Reading
Pregnancy and motherhood open a gateway to the Myth-world! There is too much of information that is dumped on these new moms, most of which is nothing but myth.
Motherhood would be so much better and lesser of a worry if we didn’t have people burdening us with their belief system or with anecdotal advices.
I have been an exclusively breastfeeding mom for the first 6months of my child’s birth and I am still nursing him at 28months. This post is to bust a few of the myths that most new moms are confronted with.
Read on and do share this article with expecting and new moms.