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Lauren Bonsell | Well.ca Designer
I am the farthest from ever being a parent. Probably because I am such a kid at heart and have a hard enough time looking after myself. As someone without a child to buy for, you would think that the Baby & Kids category would be somewhere that I would steer clear of but recently, I’ve learned that there are some superb gems to be found. From personal care to décor and everyday items, I've compiled an awesome list of child labeled items that are totally suitable for an adult as well!

Pavithra Ravi | Pharmacist
Often, we think of our pharmacist as someone who hands us a little bottle of pills that were taken from a larger bottle of pills…but your pharmacist is so much more than that. As a pharmacist, I find myself not only reminding my patients, but also my friends and family about how I can help them manage their health. As one of the most accessible health care providers you have contact with, it’s important to know what your pharmacist can do for you.

Oh Baby is a monthly series where an expert shares the scoop on all you need to know for the littlest members in your family Check out our first installment on baby skin care and second installment on breastfeeding must-haves!
Seanna Cohen | Skin Care Therapist | Elodie Beauty
It doesn't take an expert to recognize that a baby's skin is different than an adult's. Aside from being silky and smooth, studies show that an infant's skin contains less melanin, which is one of the body's natural ways to protect itself from the sun. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, it only takes one blistering sunburn during childhood or adolescence to increase a person’s chance of melanoma later in life.