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Dzung Nguyen
Which Mask Is The Right Mask For You?

Which Mask Is The Right Mask For You?

With so many different types of masks in the market, it can get confusing on which is the right mask for you. In this article, we try to break-down the main features of common mask options, while comparing them with our :dc Microparticle Stopper masks.

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How To Measure Your Child’s Feet - We Compare 3 Methods

How To Measure Your Child’s Feet - We Compare 3 Methods

We’ll admit it first, getting your child to stand still for an accurate measurement of his or her feet is one of the biggest challenges in the process of buying shoes for them. And, it is not even possible to cheat. We have tried measuring while our child is lying down sleeping and did not get the right size. To have an accurate measurement, one must: measure both feet, as each foot may defer in length. Sizing should be based on the larger foot. measure feet with full body weight on them, equally. This ensures feet are at their largest...

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How To Make The Best Experience Of Buying Children’s Shoes Online

How To Make The Best Experience Of Buying Children’s Shoes Online

5 tips to make the best out of your online children's shoe shopping.

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Getting It Right! Buying Your Child's First Pair Of Shoes

Getting It Right! Buying Your Child's First Pair Of Shoes

It's important to get the right first shoes for your babies! Your baby's feet are still growing. Your baby's feet are structured with soft, pliable bone that's similar to cartilage. These bones are easily shaped, and thus need protection. You may have noticed that a baby's feet are flat — this is because they have a layer of puppy fat surrounding and protecting these pliable bones.  Between the age of two and five, the shape of your baby's feet will slowly become clear, as this layer of fat disappears. Because the bones are so pliable, it's important to protect them with lightweight, flexible, and soft-soled...

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