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Do You Know Skin Triggers?

2/21/2017 1:16 PM

Skin can be sensitive at any age, but our little ones are especially vulnerable. Their skin is 20-30% thinner than fully developed skin. It’s still taking its baby steps - making it especially delicate, fragile, and unequipped to deal with environmental irritants.

When skin is itchy, red, and inflamed, that means it’s been irritated by a skin trigger.

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You think you’ve done it – you’ve finally found something to soothe your little one’s irritated scalp. Maybe it was a product that boasted about being “safe” for sensitive skin – or maybe it was an old wives tale you looked up on the internet…

So then why, a few days later, is their skin irritated again? Because you’ve only found a temporary solution for the problem – it’s stuck in the cycle of sensitivity.

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There’s nothing quite like the joy of a family vacation, and there’s nothing quite like the dread of getting there without pulling your hair out. Traveling with kids can be tough, whether you’re taking a road trip, boarding a plane, or sailing away, but it can be much easier with some simple solves. We gathered the best tips from parenting ninjas who know how to make “getting there” part of the fun.

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You remember that kid from summer camp, right? The one who was cool and collected from the first step off the bus to the last campfire Kumbaya? The one who seemed to anticipate every need with Jedi-level foresight? This year, that kid is your kid. That’s right, we’ve collected genius hacks that will win summer camp before it even starts.

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For kids with Autism Spectrum Disorders or other sensory sensitivities, bath time can be anything but bubble-filled bliss. A little understanding and some practical tips can go a long way towards reducing bath time tears. 

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Author. Scientist. Professor. Advocate. Inventor. Autistic. Those are some of the general words to describe Temple Grandin, one of the most important figures to help understand Autism Spectrum Disorders from the inside. 

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We’re celebrating Mousse March here at SoCozy, a celebration of one of our favorite styling tools. If you don’t already know and love our medium-hold styling mousse, here are five reasons it’s a MUST-have:

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When Good Shampoo Goes Bad

2/29/2016 11:50 AM

Bad shampoo. More than just a great name for a sub-par 80s cover band, it’s something that can happen right in your bathroom.

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Mastering curly hair isn’t as hard as you think. It’s a matter of learning some new habits and un-learning some old ones. Here are a dozen do’s and don’ts for getting it right!

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Your whole life you wanted curly hair and now you have it—on your kid. That’s the good news. The bad news is that you have no idea how to manage it.

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