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Clean Beauty for Moms. And Babies.

Posted by Julien Lacomblez on

To the moms. New moms and moms-to-be.

Nowadays, so much focus is placed on the pregnancy stage. You get input (both wanted and unwanted) from your doctor, your mom, your sister, and your aunt’s second cousin removed on Facebook. To make sure your baby was at its healthiest, you exercised, loaded up on prenatal vitamins, and gave up your steamy cup of joe in the morning and glasses of smooth cabernet during girls’ nights—and it was worth it.

Now that your baby is here, you’re bombarded with information and tips on how to keep your little babe healthy and happy. What we fail to remember though is the period after having a baby should also be heavily focused on ourselves. While many moms shy away from prioritizing themselves before their baby for fear of being ‘selfish,’ they forget that when you take care of yourself first, you’re in a better position to take care of your baby.

Society idealizes moms who bounce back with lightning speed after having a baby and, in turn, so do we. We push ourselves physically and emotionally to get back to our careers and our former body weight, all to prove to ourselves and the people around us that we can handle being a mother and maintaining our former lifestyle.

While getting back to the swing of things will happen organically, we want you to know it takes significant time and tactful nutrition to rebuild your strength and emotional health. Nutrition is always important, but it is critical after you have a baby. Proper nutrition paves the way for faster recovery, stronger mental health, and a solid foundation upon which you and your baby’s health is fortified on

“The whole mission of Majka is to empower moms to take care of themselves and feel well because, if you feel well, you can be a better mom. Majka big differentiator is that there is no other product on the market like ours. Majka's story is unique, and that’s what is going to take it to the next level. Majka is built by mothers for mothers.”



Skin care specific to each age for your baby.

Enfance Paris are the first to have developed formulas that take into account the needs and specificities associated with each age from 0 to 3 years; from 3 to 8 years old; from 8 to 12 years old. Enfance Paris assumes that the skin of the child evolves between 0 and 12 years; the needs and rituals of toilets are not the same.

Parents are familiar with this type of classification for food and childcare and awakening, but no line of cosmetics proposed to follow the obvious development of the skin. With the concern to soothe, awaken, and stimulate the senses, Enfance Paris has defined three distinctive ages, a color and a graphic are assigned to each category: 

0-3 years: Enfance Paris ensures that the range acts as well on the well-being of the child as that of the parents, the experience is shared. The aromas of Organic Lavender with comforting virtues create an ideal ambience for the evening bath. Gentle shampoo 0-3 years is an extra soft liquid formula without texture agent or silicone her plant assets ORGANIC Orange Blossom & Hamamelis ensure softness and shine in everyday life. 

3-8 years: The child can take care of his body and learn to wash himself properly. The solid soap bar and its small ribbon allow him to take responsibility for his toilet. The organic essential oil of Rosemary that makes soap is a natural antibacterial, ideal for treating small "sores" and eliminate bacteria accumulated throughout the day. The purity shampoo 3-8 years with lavender and tea tree is an effective complement to anti-lice treatments. 

8-12 years: Enfance Paris takes into account the evolution of hygiene rituals. The shower is taken in the morning with a sweet invigorating scent of peppermint and lemon. Acquiring early good reflexes of a daily skin cleansing is essential to serenely face the age of puberty. The Enfance Paris soap is also perfect in the evening for a gentle cleansing of the face.


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