Dealing with baby rashes may be one of the least fun parts of being a mom. That red, sore-looking bottom can seem like an indictment of bad parenting. It’s easy to believe that your baby wouldn’t have diaper rash if you’d remembered to change his diaper more often or used the right cream or ointment or powder to protect his delicate skin from irritation. Cornstarch is an old home remedy to help keep skin dry and reduce friction that can cause heat rashes and diaper rashes. It may, however, cause as many problems as it heals.
That cold may not be a cold. Fabric allergies cause similar symptoms. The runny nose, watery eyes and sneezing are not the only problems that come from fabric allergies. Skin rashes are another symptom. In many cases the problem isn’t the actual fabric but the chemicals on the fabric. Understanding the signs of fabric allergies and what to do about it will help you find relief.
Has anyone seen the commercials for “Dove ClearTone" deodorant and “Tampax Radiant” tampons? I caught these commercials on television the other night. I don’t know if they’ve been around awhile or if it’s just the first time I’m seeing them, but the message I got from these two ads was a) my armpits need…
To me, shaving is an interesting aspect of being a female, since it is more of a beauty routine than a hygienic or health necessity. For some cultures and women, shaving is neither interesting and nor necessary. However, in our society, it is noticed. For some, hair on the face or under the arms can be embarrassing and women seek to have it removed.