Baby Health

Baby Skin Care

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BATH TIME- RETHINK:
Even if you enjoy baby’s bath time as a nightly ritual, know that you don’t have to fully bathe him more than twice a week, at least until he’s crawling around and rubbing sweet potatoes in his hair. The rest of the time, sponge baths around the diaper area, mouth, and any skin folds (around armpits, thighs, and double chins), will do the trick.
Choose a mild liquid cleanser that won’t dry out baby’s skin or sting her eyes. Soap-free liquid cleansers that are both fragrance- and dye-free.  Avoid bar soap and bubble baths.


BLOCK THE SUN: 
Keep your baby out of the sun as much as possible. When she goes out in the daytime, dress her in the following to cover and protect her tender skin:
A hat, tightly woven clothing with long sleeves and pants, Mitten-bootiesand if required Sunglasses with ultraviolet (UV) protection in very small quantity.

BE CAREFULL WITH BABY’S LAUNDRY:
When washing baby clothes, use a detergent that is free from perfumes and dyes.
There are many brands who have launched new baby detergents for clothsas well as for Baby’s Accessories also. Buy such detergents and start using them. 


MOISTURIZE:
Babies need moisturetime to time as their skin is soft and usually dry. Moisturize his skin more frequently if it’s dry, during winter months, or if he has eczema.
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