La Roche Posay Anthelios Mineral Sunscreen SPF 50 Review

This mineral sunscreen was disppointing, to say the least. It promises to be a good option for oily skin but it leaves your skin feeling oilier than ever—and it's hard to wash off.

I’m a pretty frugal person, but I still get the urge to splurge once in a while. And I usually don’t feel too guilty about splurging on sunscreen because it’s an essential product. A few weeks ago, I impulsively purchased a bottle of La Roche Posay Anthelios Mineral Sunscreen SPF 50. I bought it on a whim after skimming a few reviews online, and hoped for the best. The reviews were typical of a mineral sunscreen—hard to apply, leaves a white cast, yada yada—so I wasn’t…

Hello Bello Mineral Sunscreen review

This SPF 55+ sunscreen is designed to be safe for babies and adults alike. It applies smoothly and includes beneficial ingredients like bisabolol and shea butter.

Another day, another zinc oxide-based sunscreen to review. Today I’m going to share a review of a sunscreen I first started using last summer: Hello Bello Minteral Sunscreen SPF 55+. I liked it enough to bring it on vacation to Hawaii, and it did its job. We didn’t get sunburned! And the water resistance was put ot the test because we were outside walking around (i.e., sweating) and swimming. It’s marketed to babies, but it works well on adults, too.

Babyganics Foaming Dish & Bottle Soap review

This foamy dish soap lasts a long time and doesn't leave residue on baby bottles or pump parts.

When you become a parent, you don’t just have to deal with sleep deprivation—you also have a ton more dishes to do (if you’re bottle feeding). Dirty bottles and breast pump parts will haunt you until you find yourself falling asleep at the kitchen sink, still only halfway through all the dishes you have to do. On top of that, you have other things to think about when you’re washing baby stuff.Like the fact that you shouldn’t let baby stuff touch your gross kitchen sink.…

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