Cold days ahead

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From harsh winds to central heating, we’re sure these past few months have been rather unforgiving on both you and your baby’s delicate skin. Moisturising is essential all year round, particularly for those of us who are suffering from any dry and itchy winter skin complaints. 

For little ones, ointments are very effective at preventing moisture loss and are an easy addition to your bath time routine. Thanks to its nourishing properties, Colief’s Baby Scalp Oil can be used to help soothe your baby’s skin and boost the natural healing processes. Our Mum To Be Cream, with its unique blend of rich plant oils and essential vitamins, also offers the perfect antidote for any mums suffering from tired and stretched skin. By treating yourself to a well-deserved massage with the cream, you can ensure that not only is your skin strong, smooth and supple but you’re as relaxed as possible too!

Although we try our best to ensure our families are getting all the necessary goodies they need for maintaining healthy bones, teeth and immune systems, sometimes it’s a bit out of our control. Despite being an essential vitamin, many of us get far too little vitamin D from our diet naturally and during the winter months it’s impossible to get all that we need from the sun. With new research claiming that vitamin D supplements could spare more than three million people from colds or flu in the UK each year, our Vitamin D3 Drops are here to prevent all those snuffles and runny noses in your household! Taken directly or simply mixed with food or a drink, our vitamin D supplement can help ensure your entire family maintains a healthy immune system until the sun starts shining again.
As any parent with a distressed and crying baby knows, lack of sleep can affect the whole household. Sometimes sleep feels like a distant memory when you’re the parent to a new born but it is important to remember that a good night’s rest is integral to safeguarding a healthy body (and state of mind) for everyone. Affecting up to 1 in 3 babies, disrupted sleep is often a symptom of colic. If you think this might be the reason for your baby’s discomfort, effective remedies such as Colief Infant Drops can relieve your baby’s symptoms and make sure everyone is getting their all-important sleep – mummy and daddy included!

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