July is Plastic Free Month so we thought we would take some time out from the world’s biggest health challenge right now to focus on one of the other core issues our planet is facing - plastic pollution.
We are proud that now all of our 100ml Day Gel and Night Cream tubes are made from sugarcane. They have more than 96% sustainable content and are completely recyclable, meaning that you can use our products in the knowledge that you are reducing your own carbon footprint.
Pregnancy pillows can actually help just about anyone get a better night’s sleep, not just pregnant women.
In this post, we explain all the different types of pregnancy pillows (who knew there were so many?) and how to use them for a better night's sleep. If you have issues getting comfortable at night, a pregnancy pillow might be the perfect option for you.
You’re significant other will be so excited to share the bed with you and your new pregnancy pillow!
It’s 9am and you’re getting ready for the first Zoom meeting of the day. What do you wear? Are you like the majority of other UK homeworkers and reach for your much-loved favourite top that’s hanging on the back of your chair (no one will notice the t-shirt underneath)? Or do you head to your computer all dolled up (well the top half anyway)?
We hope you’ve enjoy our recommended top 7 superfoods that are good for you and your baby. They are by no means the only foods that can keep you healthy and help with your baby’s development, but if you eat these regularly, you’ll be making a great start. We think we’ve shown that, as well as being good for you, there are some delicious ways of including superfoods in your daily diet.
OK, so it’s time to focus on the man in your life this weekend. With Father’s Day upon us, why not make this dad-to-be feel like the attention is all on him on Sunday. After all this time next year there’ll be a toddler in your midst.
Gestational diabetes affects 1.5 out of 10 pregnant women and is high blood sugar (glucose) that develops during pregnancy and usually disappears after giving birth. It happens when your body cannot produce enough insulin, a hormone that helps to control blood sugar levels, to meet your extra needs during pregnancy.
It is truly remarkable how a woman’s body adapts during pregnancy. The list of changes it undergoes is mind boggling. Some of these changes you may already be aware of, but we bet there are many that you haven’t got a clue are happening to you right now.