If you live in the US, chances are you haven’t heard of MV Organic Skincare. Which is a shame, because this Australian brand is making some seriously high-quality… […]Read More
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Like everything they do—move to a remote Highlands farm, become vegetarians, sport mullets—the McCartneys make travelling with a brood of little ones seem like the most naturally fun and stylish adventure ever. Whether taken at their home in Scotland, or while jetting to some far away destination, photos of their colourful, creative, and love-filled family never fail to inspire.
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It’s a fact that new-baby smell is one of the greatest– if not the greatest– smells. Great, but fleeting, which is why we’re always on the hunt for skincare that not only helps heal and protect our sensitive new-mama skin, but also doesn’t overwhelm the smell of our little one. We found these First Aid Beauty products to be ideal on both counts. Formulated without parabens, fragrance, or harsh chemicals, the Radiance Pads, Face Cleanser, and Ultra Repair Cream helped soothe and hydrate our skin without irritating it, and we’re betting the Ultra Repair Cream will be especially good this coming winter. Its deeply-hydrating formula comes full of soothing colloidal oatmeal, hydrating shea butter, anti-inflammatory eucalyptus oil and feverfew, and anti-oxidant white tea leaf extract. Brilliant for both face and body, it also absorbs super quickly—all the better for jumping into pajamas and snuggling up with our favorite babies.
Illustration by Regina Yazdi