Clearly, we were fed a line of something when they told us that our breakouts would clear up once we got out of our teenage years. Here are our top 5 products to stop pimples in their tracks.
It's not an uncommon sight for people to run away screaming when the paddle brush comes out, and I'm not necessarily talking about the under six set.
The Mustela Bebe line has always been concerned with safety – it was tested by dermatologists, hypoallergenic, and alcohol free.
Babies have notoriously sensitive skin, and Noodle & Boo specialize in natural and holistic skin care to nourish, protect, and repair delicate skin
One of the most common myths out there is that eye cream needs to be expensive to work.
Exfoliating becomes even more important in the summer – not only do you want to avoid flaky dry skin, but you want to keep skin smooth and soft to show off your (hopefully self-acquired) tan.
Popular prestige beauty brand LAVANILA introduces the first line exclusively for babies and kids at Sephora. 100% natural, chemical free and pediatrician recommended, the line contains 30 vitamins for nurturing baby's delicate skin for growth.
Mrs. Meyers may be best known for cleaning products, but don't overlook the baby skin care line.
Self-tanning can be terrifying – after all, we've heard the scary stories of streaking, blotchy results, and the awful smell that just never seems to go away. But the new generation of self-tanners help build a gorgeous glow gradually and with much less drama. Plus, it evens out skin tone, which is always helpful when you're starting to think about that bathing suit lurking in your drawer.
Add a volumizing twist to any style with the new Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Lemon Sage Thickening Spray. The uplifting cocktail of body-building ingredients and flexible styling agents pumps up hair and boosts shine for fuller, healthier looking hair.