Diaper rash is no joke, and it makes sense why it is so common in infants. Infant skin inherently more vulnerable to breakdown and irritation than ours. Given the obvious discomfort diaper rash causes little ones, it’s worth it to have a few tricks up our sleeves to help clear up the symptoms. Learn about the different types of diaper rash and how to treat them effectively here.Read More
The winter months can wreak havoc on our skin. Each of my three young sons has experienced chronic eczema to some degree—and it always seems to get worse in our mountain climate when the weather turns colder. So, why is winter so much tougher on our skin than other seasons? Read more about why and what to do.Read More
The key skill in identifying if a food doesn't work for you is a heightened awareness of how food affects almost every aspect of how we feel and to start making connections with our symptoms and the food we have eaten. This is a monumental shift from our cultural tendency to look outside of ourselves for guidance on what food is best for us.
Read here to learn about tools that can help you figure out whether a particular food is friendly or unfriendly to your individual system?Read More
The feeling of touching soft, smooth baby skin is dreamy! There were times when my three babies had this delightful skin, but many other times, unfortunately, they had rashes, eczema, baby acne, and other random skin irritations. Infant skin is sensitive, and there are many factors that cause irritation to their skin. Learn more about how your baby's skin is different than your and why it needs a little TLC.Read More
If you are one of the 20% of Americans who have a skin irritation like acne, psoriasis, eczema, or rosacea, like me, you have no doubt tried everything to mask your symptoms including topical creams and medications just to make it go away. These days I have come to realize that to truly solve problems with the skin, we need to look a little deeper. Learn more.Read More