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Bellies to Babies Tips & Blog

  • How do you maintain youthful looking skin?

    Posted: Jul 03 2015

    The plump, clear and glowing skin of youth, is something most if not all women want to keep throughout life. However things such as environmental factors, hormones, improper care, and aging can cause skin to lose its vitality. However there are a few things that a woman can do to help her maintain beautiful youthful skin.                   One thing that women can do to keep their skin looking great is to reduce the effect of environmental factors. Environmental factors such as pollution, overexposure to the sun and cold temperatures can cause skin to age faster. Pollution for example can affect the skin’s ability to retain moisture. Overexposure to the sun can cause sunburn and age spots. Cold temperatures and wind can dehydrate the skin. It is important to properly skin to remove air pollutants that may have settled on the skin. Daily sunscreen that is safe for facial skin should...

  • How to properly care for your feet...

    Posted: Jun 27 2015

    When it comes to foot care, many woman think the occasional pedicure is all that is needed to make sure that their feet are healthy. However in this day and age many women are abusing their feet. This abuse is usually done through wearing improper shoes and/or very high heels. Weight gain can also cause pressure and damage to feet. Overtime this can cause severe damage to the feet. The damage can end up becoming so severe that only surgery would be able to correct the damage down by incorrect foot care.                   Thanks to many celebrities wearing very high heels, many women want to do the same. However wearing sky high stilettos are very damaging to the feet. High heels can cause foot issues such as bunions, improper weight distribution, and increased pressure on the foot. Heels that are three inches can cause up to a 75 percent increase...

  • Keep your mental health through food!

    Posted: Jun 21 2015

    Over 25 percent of women have dealt with some type of stress and/or depression. The sources of stress and depression can be hormonal issues, work, marriage, family life, as well as any type of any trauma. Giving birth also puts women at risk for stress and depression in the form of postpartum depression. When one thinks of stress and depression, the words pills, psychiatrist and counselor often comes into one’s mind. While those things have their place in the treatment of stress and depression, good nutrition also plays a role in subduing both stress and depression. One mineral that assists with combating stress and depression is magnesium. Magnesium helps to improve mood and relieve stress and depression by helping the brain produce a chemical called serotonin. It also helps to nourish and calm the nervous system. Foods such as beans, bananas, nuts and dark leafy greens contain high sources of...

  • How to Safely Bathe Your Baby

    Posted: Jun 16 2015

    

    Knowing how to safely bathe a baby, is one of the most pertinent skills that should be mastered by parents. This is especially true if they are new parents, and are getting used to bathing a baby for the first time. When it comes to bathing a baby, there are many things that should be taken into consideration to make sure that bath time is safe for all involved. The things that should be taken into consideration are the age of the baby, bath tub size, temperature of room and water, as well as bathing products. The infant must always be supervised by an adult to avoid injury and/or drowning. First make sure the bathroom or the room where you are bathing your baby is a comfortable temperature. It should not be too warm nor too cold. Making sure the bathing room is the right temperature helps to minimize the...

  • Safe Skin Care While Pregnant

    Posted: Jun 10 2015

    Proper skin care is a must to keep skin healthy and looking its best. While there are plenty of safe skin care products that are on the market, extra precaution has to be taken when a woman is pregnant. Due to the different changes that can happen while pregnant, the mother may try to use a multitude of products to keep her skin looking its best but this can be dangerous. Many ingredients that are in skin care products not only affect the pregnant woman, but the developing fetus as well. This is due to the fact that anything that is rubbed onto the skin, is not only absorbed by the skin. Products that are rubbed onto the skin, are also absorbed into the blood stream, organs, placenta as well as fetus. One example of a skin care ingredient that can be toxic in high doses during pregnancy is Vitamin...