With pictures surfacing of Lily Allen carrying a dummy and Amy Winehouse sucking her thumb it makes me think they know something we don’t? Should we all be revisiting our terrible twos and indulging in a bit of bub love? Well if you say so ladies.
Platypus Dreams Baby Teddies
How cute are these? It would be criminal to limit them to just the little people in your lives, so snatch them right back! Made predominantly from virgin olive oil, with just a hint of lavender essential oil, the extra nourishing soaps create lots of bubbles. I’ll take a pink please Platypus.
Mei Mei Baby Lotion
This lightweight lotion is ideal as we head into colder weather as the non-greasy formula provides a deep-penetrating protection against dryness. It can also be used as a gentle cleanser or make-up remover so gets double duty ticks.
Burt’s Bees Baby Bee All Better Balm
This 97.91 per cent natural skincare balm provides soothing relief for lumps, bumps and bruises. And in-keeping with the whole eco vibe, both the plastic tube and cardboard carton can be recycled.
Paul Mitchell Baby Don’t Cry Shampoo
This gentle formula is perfect for sensitive souls: the neutral pH shampoo is mild on hair while calming chamomile and cornflower soothe the scalp. It also contains a rather fancy pants blend of extracts that replace and prevent moisture loss in the skin.
Banana Boat Baby Roll On SPF 30+ Sunscreen
Just because we’re heading into winter, it doesn’t mean we should forget the SPF. This sunscreen fits into even the smallest clutch, so you never have to be without protection. The mild, fragrance-free sunscreen is made super-easier to apply thanks to its roll-on applicator.
Ps. Did you catch McDonald’s April Fools’? The brand tricked everyone into thinking they’d diversified into the aromatherapy market with the launch of a limited edition essential oil that smells just like baking pastries. Punked. But there’s nothing foolish about snapping up its new line of delicious freshly baked pastries, available at McCafe now. Yummy.
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