Guide to Baby Skin Care
Baby’s skin helps defend against the outside world.
Your baby’s skin barrier is his/her first line of defense from the outside world. Since baby skin is more more vulnerable to irritants, changes in temperature and changes in humidity, make sure to keep it properly clean, hydrated, and moisturized.
It’s important to transition to a baby cleanser and use more than water to wash baby, in order to help gently maintain moisture while gently cleaning his/her skin.
Baby requires constant moisturization - that's why regularly moisturizing your baby's skin, especially after a bath, is a good way to help protect against dryness.
In a clinical study, 10% of moms surveyed believed that their baby's skin was dry, when in fact, more than 60% of these babies had clinical signs of dryness!
Perfect little fingers, perfect little toes, eyes, ears and nose. It's important to keep them clean and healthy. Here are some easy tips on how to do just that: