Sun burn care – “good morning with coolmom”

Oh, here is a segment from my new morning show.  Now, when people pitch me guests I usually say NO.  They think I should go to them. No, not even for name celebs.  I say, “If they will come to my house I’ll do it.”  Well, the only one to take me up on this since Kristi Yamaguchi is Sara Chana.  She is a lactation specialist who I interviewed in an office on the way to pick up Rex near his school.  She was a hit, so when they ( her people) said she had more to talk about I said, “yes, if she will come to my house.”  So, she did.

After our last meeting it ended up my former neighbor and friend Esther had her second baby delivered by Sara.  Small world.  That little boy is now 3 and I owe him a present. Sara is a pistol.  She is the Joan Rivers of herbs and lactation.

So, besides knowing about breasts, Sara is an herbalist and she has ideas about protecting the skin from sun.  Especially about a natural way to care for a sun burn.

Watch for the issues with my crew here.  Can’t have been union.

5 thoughts on “Sun burn care – “good morning with coolmom”

  1. She is a beautiful woman, and what a handy resource. And a roll with it personality. I think of how she can help with itching, rashes, summer spots, discolorations.

    IF, like, I knew SOMEONE who needed help with that. *Not me, of course.*

    (Sheesh, camera guy: Daphne and I did a better job with our BlogHer segment on the tripod.)

    xo

    • well that is the joke, I’m the camera man. I had the tripod on my breakfast nook and realized I had placed it badly once we began so I crouched down a bit. I set up the camera for Sara, but she is shorter than me.
      She is very plucky and energetic. I always feel better when I see your comments Alexandra! xox

  2. I feel validated! One of my clients just asked me for a recommendation for a sunburn and I told her lavender oil (cut, never applied neat). She tried to buy some from Whole Foods and they tried to talk her into getting aloe vera instead. I told her to add the lavender to the aloe if they insisted. :) As a former Californian one can’t live without aloe but I found it funny they tried to steer her from the lavender.

    PS Get the crew a step stool to frame those lovely faces

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