Can coconut oil really be an effective treatment for baby eczema? It’s a question asked by thousands of parents struggling to heal their baby’s eczema and stop the suffering.
With all the hype around coconut oil at the moment, it’s easy to get confused. Afterall, you don’t want to make your child’s eczema worse. And although prescribed steroid creams prescribed by your doctor have a place in eczema treatment, they are generally recommended for short term use and eczema is often an ongoing condition.
Here we present the scientific facts around coconut oil and its potential as a treatment for baby eczema. Because it turns out virgin coconut oil is a powerful natural solution that has proven benefits over conventional eczema treatments.
Lollies. For most an agreed occasional party food. But how about hidden sugars in foods which have widely thought to be healthy options? And what can happen to my toddler if they eat too much sugar? How do I know what too much is? Sugar sugar sugar – it is often the elephant in the park when the snacks come out for morning tea. So why is sugar causing such a fuss?
Before I became a mum I didn’t really understand what positive reinforcement was. I did know by looking at my friends who already had children that ideas of discipline had changed quite a bit since I was a child. I took my husband’s lead on this, being a psychologist, so in our house reinforcing good attitude and behaviours is the main way we try to avoid general naughtiness and misbehaviour. And it works, well most of the time.