Sunday, October 31, 2010
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Friday, October 29, 2010
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Monday, October 25, 2010
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You may notice the following in your child's diaper area:
Diaper rashes usually do NOT spread beyond the edge of the diaper.
- Bright red rash that gets bigger
- Fiery red and scaly areas on the scrotum and penis in boys
- Red or scaly areas on the labia and vagina in girls
- Pimples, blisters, ulcers, large bumps, or pus-filled sores
- Smaller red patches (called satellite lesions) that grow and blend in with the other patches
Diaper rashes usually do NOT spread beyond the edge of the diaper.
The best treatment for a diaper rash is to keep the diaper area clean and dry. This will also help prevent new diaper rashes.
- Always wash your hands after changing a diaper
- Ask your doctor if a diaper rash cream would be helpful. Zinc oxide or petroleum jelly-based products help keep moisture away from baby's skin when applied to completely clean, dry skin
- Avoid using wipes that have alcohol or perfume. They may dry out or irritate the skin more
- Do NOT use corn starch on your baby's bottom. It can make a yeast diaper rash worse
- Do NOT use talc (talcum powder). It can get into your baby's lungs
- Change your baby's diaper often, and as soon as possible after the baby urinates or passes stool
- Lay your baby on a towel without a diaper on whenever possible. The more time the baby can be kept out of a diaper, the better
- Pat the area dry or allow to air-dry
- Put diapers on loosely. Diapers that are too tight don't allow enough air and may rub and irritate the baby's waist or thighs
- Use water and a soft cloth or cotton ball to gently clean the diaper area with every diaper change. Avoid rubbing or scrubbin the area. A squirt bottle of water may be used for sensitive areas
- Using highly absorbent diapers helps keep the skin dry and reduces the chance of getting an infection
Diaper rashes are common in babies between 4 and 15 months old. They may be noticed more when babies begin to eat solid foods.
Diaper rashes caused by infection with a yeast or fungus called Candida are very common in children. Candida is found everywhere in the environment. It grows best in warm, moist places, such as under a diaper. A yeast-related diaper rash is more likely to occur in babies who:
Other causes of diaper rashes include:
- Are not kept clean and dry
- Are taking antibiotics, or whose mothers are taking antibiotics while breast feeding
- Have more frequent stools
- Acids in the stool (seen more often when the child has diarrhea)
- Ammonia (produced when bacteria break down urine)
- Diapers that are too tight or rub the skin
- Reactions to soaps and other products used to clean cloth diapers
- Too much moisture
Thursday, October 21, 2010
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Monday, October 18, 2010
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Thursday, October 14, 2010
Posted by ♥Elena R♥ at 2:42 PM
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Tuesday, October 12, 2010
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Sunday, October 10, 2010
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Softlips has recently come out with a new line of lip care products that are USDA-certified organic couple 100% natural ingredients and free from preservatives, phthalates, sulfates, parabens, mineral oil and gluten.
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Thursday, October 7, 2010
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Wednesday, October 6, 2010
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Friday, October 1, 2010
Posted by ♥Elena R♥ at 12:40 PM
Got a need for speed? Here, we look back at the top quick beauty tips over the years -- that still work today.
WebMD Feature from "Marie Claire" Magazine
- Get clean skin quick. To sop up oil and refresh makeup, lightly mist your face with toner, then pat with a tissue, says Eva Scrivo, makeup artist and owner of the eponymous New York City salon. Finish with a dusting of loose powder.
- Lighten locks instantly. If scalp grease (or too many products) have left your light hair looking like dirty dishwater, sprinkle translucent powder over your roots, then brush through, says makeup artist Morgen Schick.
- Hydrate your skin in half the time. Use conditioner to moisturize your hair -- and body, says Schick. Just massage it in neck-to-toe in the shower, rinse and dry off. The conditioner will hydrate nearly as well as body lotion -- without the time suck of waiting for it to sink in.
- Get gorgeous nails, now. Schick's 60-second strategy: Remove all polish, clean under your nails (with lemon juice, if you have it) and massage the thickest lotion you can find (lip balm will suffice in a pinch) into your cuticles.
- Use pink to fake perfect skin. Surprise! Concealer is only half the battle when it comes to fixing flaws. To really perfect your complexion (no matter what your skin tone), try wearing lipstick in a warm pink. "It distracts people's eyes from blemishes and other imperfections," says Schick.
- Depuff your Do in a flash. To flatten frizz, dampen your hands with water and a drop of hand lotion, then gently pull your hair back into a French twist. Wait 10 minutes; take your strands down. Voilà -- fuzz free!
- Focus on the front to speed hairstyling. When you're strapped for time, do the T-zone blow-dry: down your part and around your hairline only. "As long as the front and top of your hair looks finished," says Scrivo, "so will you."
- Score evening eyes in just one step. Eyeliner is the fastest way to look sexy, says Delux Beauty creator Jillian Dempsey. To do: Trace your top lash lines to just past the outer corners of your eyes.
- Pull it together with a Ponytail. There's nothing wrong with resorting to a ponytail -- after all, it's the ultimate easy style. To do: Pull your hair back haphazardly with your fingers and spritz with hairspray, says Roy Teeluck, owner of the Roy Teeluck Salon in New York City. Last, twist a stray tendril around your hair elastic; pin.
- Revive your face rapidly. There's nothing wrong with resorting to a ponytail -- after all, it's the ultimate easy style. To do: Pull your hair back haphazardly with your fingers and spritz with hairspray, says Roy Teeluck, owner of the Roy Teeluck Salon in New York City. Last, twist a stray tendril around your hair elastic; pin.
WebMD Feature from "Marie Claire" Magazine
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