If you’re a busy parent, you’re probably always looking for solutions to make family life more streamlined, and easier for everybody. Bulk buying essential products can be a great way to take some of the stress of parenting. Here are four reasons you should bulk buy baby products.
After childbirth, oestrogen levels decline naturally and women who breastfeed have high levels of prolactin that can suppress oestrogen production. Decreased oestrogen levels can cause urogenital atrophy, vaginal dryness being one of the symptoms along with itching, burning, irritation and painful sex. This lack of oestrogen may also cause urinary symptoms such as urgency and frequency. The regular use of YES VM vaginal moisturiser to gently re-hydrate vaginal tissue will help alleviate these symptoms. In addition, using YES WB or YES OB lubricants for sex can ease discomfort and enhance pleasure.
If you’ve got children in the house, you’ve probably dealt with plenty of little mishaps; from bumps to bruises, to cuts and grazes. A good family first aid kit is an essential part of any family home. You can buy ready made kits, but it’s often cheaper to assemble your own. Get a large box or tin, and stock it ready for any accidents.
As a parent, one of the worst things to get from your child’s school is the dreaded Head Lice letter. Getting rid of an outbreak of Head Lice can be a bit of a battle, and the return to school often means return to the nit comb. If your child is struggling to get rid of Head Lice, we’ve got some handy tips to help you.
Recently the NHS released a list of 35 conditions they would no longer be treating on prescription, including Colic. Colic affects many babies in the first few months of their life. These long episodes of crying, believed to be caused by stomach cramping, can be very upsetting for both baby and parents. But how can you help your little one feel better?
Getting the children ready to go back to school is a whirlwind for uniforms, name tags and trying to discover what on earth they’ve done with their lunchbox. We’ve gathered a top list of other essentials you’ll need in your arsenal to take on the new school year.
Choosing how and what to feed your baby can be a very difficult choice. For many women, who can’t, or don’t wish, to breast-feed, formula is a great, healthy alternative to breast milk. For others, a combination of both works well, with the formula milk giving them flexibility of when to feed. Any parent or caregiver can give formula at any time, so Mum’s entire routine doesn’t have to revolve around baby’s hunger. But how do you pick which one?
Goat’s Milk is becoming a popular alternative to regular formula baby milk, but many parents aren’t sure if their baby would benefit, or be safe, to drink goat’s milk.
It’s National Picnic Month, and with British Summertime actually arriving for a change, lots of us are packing up the picnic basket or the cool box and heading out into the great outdoors. If you’re feeding the family with a picnic this summer, we’ve rounded up the best kid-approved picnic foods, with minimal preparation time for you.
Persuading the smaller members of the family to eat healthily can be a challenge, so many parents help growing kids get the vitamins and minerals they need with a multi-vitamin. But how do you get them to take a vitamin every morning?