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Winter, and Why We Love Waterless Products

Posted on by Heather Hamilton

Winter, and Why We Love Waterless Products
Fall has transitioned to winter and my skin has been feeling that familiar dryness and sensitivity that comes with the season. We've been running the heater and pulling out the down jackets and boots, while I have also been pulling out my usual winter oils, butters and balms. Nothing says winter ...
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World Breastfeeding Week 2017

Posted on by Heather Hamilton

World Breastfeeding Week 2017
I remember it as clear as day. A brand new mama with wacky hormones. Once tiny breasts now engorged and throbbing. Nipple shields, a breast pump, cream and ice packs. Nipples so sore, I’d hold back shrieks every time my fussy newborn would try to latch… I was one determined brand new mama, who wa...
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Summer Skincare: Our Review of Sunscreens, After-Sun Care & More!

Posted on by Heather Hamilton

Summer Skincare: Our Review of Sunscreens, After-Sun Care & More!
Every year when spring rolls around, the questions and requests start coming in: 1. Will Zoe Organics please create a sunscreen, and 2. What are our non-toxic, go-to sunscreen recommendations for sensitive skin?  We hope to have sunscreen products to offer in the future, but until we are able to...
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5 Steps to Treating Cradle Cap Naturally

Posted on by Heather Hamilton

5 Steps to Treating Cradle Cap Naturally
Each of my three kids had cradle cap to some degree or another –  two of them into the toddler years. This isn't surprising, since approximately 70% of babies get it. Cradle cap usually shows up in the first three months of life and ends by the time a child is a year old. What Is It? Seborrheic...
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ZO + Sutter Health Hospitals: Celebrating the First (Non-toxic) Bath

Posted on by Heather Hamilton

ZO + Sutter Health Hospitals: Celebrating the First (Non-toxic) Bath
The skin of a newborn is so perfectly delicate and soft… and ah! Those cheeks and leg rolls! We can’t get enough. But did you know that the structural and functional differences between the skin of an infant and that of an adult make infant skin more susceptible to microbial and chemical invasio...
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