Skin care is important for the heath of your baby’s skin, but what can you do to make sure they are getting the proper treatment? Here are some tips on baby skincare that will keep the skin healthy and resilient.

Skin Care Tips for Babies:

-Bathe your baby in warm water, never hot water. The temperature of the water doesn’t need to be anything more than 98 degrees Fahrenheit or 36 degrees Celsius.

-Apply a thin layer of cream after bathing, never more than 1.5 cm, so as not to clog up their pores.

-Keep hair products off their face and hands, because these products contain alcohol which can cause dermatitis.-Keep the baby’s skin moisturized by using a carrier oil, preferably pure, organic coconut oil.

-Don’t use a facial cleanser on their face, keep the baby’s face clean by using a washcloth.

-Once they’re a bit older, you can take them for a shower with you. Wash their hair with a mild shampoo and conditioner, then rinse it off, and apply a moisturizing cream to their hair and scalp.

-Avoid over scrubbing their skin as this can cause skin irritation. Choose a gentle scrub like baby wash, and keep it to their face and the areas that need the most scrubbing.

-Use a soft, non-irritating brush when applying cream to their skin, and don’t use a brush with bristles that are too long.-Avoid using lotions with fragrance, as this can cause irritation to their skin.

-Don’t use harsh soap on their skin, use a mild soap that will not leave them feeling irritated or dry.

-Avoid using soaps that contain bubble bath.

-Don’t use a washcloth that is too rough, as it can cause damage to the skin.

-Use a moisturizing cream for their first year of life. The best one to use is a natural moisturizing lotion.

-Use a gentle cleanser once they’re older than one year, and if they still have sensitive skin, use a gentle soap that will not cause their skin to become irritated.

-Use a mild soap or water to wash their hair.

-When it comes to their skin, use a natural moisturizing lotion.

-Use a soft brush when applying lotion, and use a gentle consistency.-Don’t use a harsh soap for their first year of life, keep it mild and gentle.

-Use a moisturizing cream for their first year of life.

-Use a gentle cleanser once they’re older than one year.

-Use a gentle soap or water for their hair.

-Use a gentle brush for applying lotions, and use a gentle consistency.

-Don’t use a harsh soap or lotion for their first year of life, keep it mild and gentle.

-Use a gentle cleanser once they’re older than one year.

-Use a gentle soap or water for their hair.

-Use a gentle brush for applying lotions, and use a gentle consistency.

-Don’t use a harsh soap or lotion for their first year of life, keep it mild and gentle.

-Use a gentle cleanser once they’re older than one year.

-Use a gentle soap or water for their hair.-Use a gentle brush for applying lotions, and use a gentle consistency.

-Don’t use a harsh soap or lotion for their first year of life, keep it mild and gentle.

-Use a gentle cleanser once they’re older than one year.

-Use a gentle soap or water for their hair.

-Use a gentle brush for applying lotions, and use a gentle consistency.

-Don’t use a harsh soap or lotion for their first year of life, keep it mild and gentle.

-Use a gentle cleanser once they’re older than one year.

-Use a gentle soap or water for their hair.

-Use a gentle brush for applying lotions, and use a gentle consistency.

-Don’t use a harsh soap or lotion for their first year of life, keep it mild and gentle.

-Use a gentle cleanser once they’re older than one year.

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