Under Eye Dark Circles and Puffiness in Pregnancy

Pregnancy brings along many physiological changes and concerns in women. While women receive compliments about how lovely their hair is and how their skin seems to glow, they are also going through some not so welcome changes. Pregnancy also brings along with it, swelling, nausea, dark circles, pigmentation, etc.  The …

10 Baby products that will make your life easier

Motherhood is amazing, but it’s not easy. The whole process is nothing less than a roller-coaster ride. But luckily the present-day technology is making the lives of moms like me a little bit easier. Yes, easier! If you have been dreaming of catching a little more sleep or eager about …

How is cornstarch a safer alternative to talc?

Baby powder has been used instinctively by mothers since forever because of its exceptional moisture-absorbing qualities and ability to reduce friction.  However, there are numerous studies pointing out that talc-based powder is not safe to use. So, what makes it unsafe and what is the safer alternative for it? Let’s …

How to keep your baby cool and comfortable this summer?

Summers usually translate into fun vacations, much awaited visits to grandparents and delicious seasonal fruits. However, things get a little tricky with a baby around. Look no further, our summer endurance manual is all you need to keep your little munchkin as cool as a cucumber in soaring summer temperatures. …

Foods That Can Be Unsafe for Your Baby

A growing baby needs to slowly wean off breast milk and begin eating solid feeds. While she may be eager to get a share of what is on your plate, some foods can be unsuitable or unsafe for your tiny tot, especially under the age of one. Here are some …

Best Foods for Babies

There are several healthy baby foods. From fiber-rich fruits to vitamin-rich veggies, these are the essential foods for babies. They have the necessary nutrients that a baby may require in the early years of a baby’s growth and development. Before you introduce solids, talk to your pediatrician about your baby’s readiness …