To help tweens and their parents remain cool, calm and confident when tweens undergo important changes in their bodies, Unilever, the maker of Degree, Dove and Suave deodorants recently launched the Don't Fret The Sweat website, which provides expert advice, product guides, and answers to frequently asked questions with regard to body odor.
Whether or not parents are ready, their tweens’ bodies are trying to show them the signs of growth. Increased hormones are causing noticeable differences like growth spurts and strange new odors, which may in turn have an impact on self esteem. As you may know how critical self esteem is at this tender age, wouldn't it be nice to get help from professionals and gain a better understanding of all the physical and emotional changes your child is facing?
If you're a parent of tweens or kids who are quickly approaching tween years, please check out Facebook.com/DontFretTheSweat for money saving offers and expert tips, tools and real life stories about how parents are communicating and transitioning their tweens into confident and self-reliant teens.
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