Jan 19

Baby Shampoo Hitting our Shelves Soon

Posted on Tuesday, January 19, 2010 in Baby Basics, Updates

There is a label from Australia call Arthur Lawrence. He created a range of natural skin care for adults many years ago and shared it only with his friends and families. I have been using it for many years and needless to say, I have lovely skin. :) So I found out that he has a range made for babies as well. So I jumped at the opportunity to try it on my kids as I know his products are made with no chemicals which can be harmful for the human body this includes our precious baby.

I posted an article before this about the dangers in chemicals found in baby products. Baby requires very little care for their skin as their skin is very pure. The more stuff you put on them, the faster you are destroying it. Please read the article here. (more…)

Jan 19

Baby Shampoo and Lotions

Posted on Tuesday, January 19, 2010 in Baby Basics, Updates
I will be writing an article about a new shampoo I will be selling for infants and toddlers, stay tuned.

CHICAGO —  Baby shampoos, lotions and powders may expose infants to chemicals that have been linked with possible reproductive problems, a small study suggests.

The chemicals, called phthalates, are found in many ordinary products including cosmetics, toys, vinyl flooring and medical supplies. They are used to stabilize fragrances and make plastics flexible.

In the study, they were found in elevated levels in the urine of babies who’d been recently shampooed, powdered or lotioned with baby products. (more…)

Jan 17

Might Environmental Detergent

Posted on Sunday, January 17, 2010 in Baby Basics, Cloth Diaper, Cloth Pad, Updates

Ok, the photo is finally here. Sorry it took so long and I am sorry so many of you have to buy without knowing how it looks like. It is 1kg and is safe for baby and clean enough for adult clothes. With this detergent, (more…)

Dec 26

Mosquito Trap

Posted on Saturday, December 26, 2009 in Baby Basics

Joanne says:
This product can cover a large living area but for different rooms and levels, we suggest a separate device. Or you may alternate the location where you place the device. The proper placement of this product is important to ensure it is at its most effective. Make sure it is away from wind or fan when this is turned on as it will deter mosquito from flying around it. Always place this device at least 2 meters from the ground and it will work best when there is least human interaction hence, this is best used when no one is at home or during the night when everyone is sleeping. A good trick is to use this in your bed room 2 hours before bed time when the room is not occupied by anyone, this is to ensure mosquitos are not distracted by the multiple source of carbon dioxide. Having said this, this product is very safe and can be used all night or day in a room with baby or adult. (more…)
Dec 25

Why Cloth Diaper?

Posted on Friday, December 25, 2009 in Cloth Diaper
  • Cloth Diaper saves money. The cost of using disposable diapers on a baby till 3 yrs old, the average age for a toddler to be fully toilet trained would be RM3832.50.

    While the cost of cloth diapers for the same age group would be RM1569. This figure includes detergent and water needed to wash the diapers. (more…)

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