All Natural Baby Bath & Skin Care with Manuka Honey
All Natural Baby Bath & Skin Care with Manuka Honey
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Teething: Dental care for babies & toddlers

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Teething: Dental care for babies & toddlers

Is your baby coming up to teething? If your baby is around 6 months old, it’s likely you'll see those little teeth starting to break through baby's gums. Their first teeth will probably be the ones at the front in the bottom gum, and be followed by the front teeth on the top gum.  During teething, most babies will get dribbly mouths, gnaw and chew EVERYTHING and maybe get a little bit cranky. You can see your pharmacist for teething gels or other cover-the-counter remedies if needed but most importantly, it’s time to start your little one’s oral health routine to look...

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How to stop nappy rash

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How to stop nappy rash

A crucial part of preventing nappy rash is to use a barrier cream such as Bee Baby Natural Bum Bum Balm with Manuka Honey, which gently moisturises, soothes and protects your baby’s bottom. This Kiwi-made baby balm is 100% free from harmful ingredients and is specially formulated with natural, nourishing ingredients like Manuka Honey Extract and Beeswax, which help speed up the recovery of irritated skin and protect against infection.

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Massage for baby skin health

Massage for baby skin health

Regular massage is a perfect way to harness the therapeutic benefits of skin-to-skin touch and also to keep precious baby skin healthy.

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Benefits of Manuka Honey: Why we love it!

Benefits of Manuka Honey: Why we love it!

While all honey generally has an antibacterial effect, Manuka Honey has particularly high levels of a special chemical compound called methylglyoxal (MGO). The higher the levels of MGO, the stronger the antibacterial effect. And unlike other antibiotics, it seems that MGO doesn’t cause bacterial resistance, which is bad news for superbugs that cause dangerous infections!

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