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OMO Pure care: readers tested product and count the result

OMO Pure care: readers tested product and count the result

Taking care of baby clothes is an act of affection. Thinking of parents' concern about this task, the My Life portal invited its users to try out the OMO Pure Care soap. They received samples of the product in their home to test it for a week and tell what the experience was like.

After receiving the product at home, readers talk about the experience of testing it for a week

Contrary to what some people think, coconut soap is not the only alternative to washing baby clothes. Today there are more modern products that have been developed thinking about the care of the baby's clothing. OMO Pure Care is hypoallergenic, dermatologically tested, its formula is pH balanced, and has a super soft smell.

Pure OMO Care is a safe option for children's clothing, including newborns. "My first daughter has a skin allergy and I was worried about that, but the expectation that has been overcome more was that of having no allergies," says Érika de Moraes Perroni, the mother of Giovana and Yuri, one of the participants in My Life Experimenta

In addition, the efficiency of Pure OMO Care in the washing was another characteristic pointed out: "I saw that with a little bit, I could wash the clothes very well", says Renata Raffi, mother of Lívia. Satisfaction survey result made with all users who received the product shows that 90% have approved OMO Pure Care. And yet: 90% of participants would recommend OMO Pure Care to friends and family.


Mothers who work part-time get more involved in parenting

Mothers who work part-time get more involved in parenting

Women who work during part of the day enjoy their free time with their children. Such a result can be applied mainly when the children are babies or are preschoolers. This was the finding of a study conducted by the University of North Carolina ( ), which included more than 1,300 women between 1991 and 2001.

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Encouraging children to dieting can cause eating and psychological disorders

Encouraging children to dieting can cause eating and psychological disorders

According to one WHO's overweight is a worrying factor in Brazil. According to the agency, about 12.7% boys are overweight, while among girls that number reaches 9.4%. One of the factors is due to poor infant feeding. In addition, it is statistically proven that children currently do less physical activity.

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