The Myth of ‘pH Neutral’ Skin Care for Eczema

Most soap-based cleansers have a high pH (above 7) [1] and can also be drying to our skin. Even the flow of shampoo and conditioner over the body after rinsing hair may be irritating. For those with eczema, use of… Continue Reading >

Label Reading is a Must

As promised, I’m going to be listing a few of my favourite eosinophilic oesophagitis (EOE) friendly food products and Christmas recipes. Although there is a vast variety of foods that those with EOE can react to, this post will be… Continue Reading >

Poisoning

Once our children become more aware and mobile they are at the risk of consuming poison in the household. Children between the ages of one and four are at the highest risk and the most common items around the household… Continue Reading >

Parentmedic First Aid Travel Tips

  Be prepared We know the list just gets longer and longer but more importantly than throwing in the 20th toy or teddy, is to think about any first aid items and products that you may need while you’re away…. Continue Reading >

The ultimate essentials your baby needs for holiday travel!

Plan for sleep these summer holidays! When travelling with a newborn or toddler it’s essential to ensure you prepare a comfortable environment for the little cherubs to rest and sleep. If you’ve travelled with little humans, when it comes to sleeping on… Continue Reading >

Avoiding the Christmas Rush when shopping for your Children

Christmas is one of my favourite time of the year but I hate being in shopping centres during November and December when the mad rush is on so I have created a system that avoids this issue.   ***You can… Continue Reading >

5 top tips on how to have a better birth

 By Renee Adair It can be so easy to get bogged down with all the well-meaning does and don’ts that are thrown your way when you find yourself pregnant for the first time. There is an ocean of information that… Continue Reading >

Sustainable Home Styling

We are all well aware of how quickly we have descended towards an irreversible global warming. Thankfully, while our governments try to catch up with policy, many of us have recognised the difference we can make with the smallest of… Continue Reading >

Aussie Allergy Mum

Aussie Allergy Mum helps parents with kids with allergies get comfortable with their new reality. We provide workshops, courses, coaching and other support to families living with allergies, focusing on nutrition and emergency readiness.

Safety first – which foods should you stay away from during pregnancy?

Whether you’re a worrier or more happy-go-lucky, you’ve probably had at least a few thoughts about how your lifestyle will affect your baby. The good news: if you’re eating a balanced diet and exercising regularly, you’re probably doing okay! The… Continue Reading >