Your child’s skin is much thinner and more delicate than yours. It’s also more vulnerable to external elements, which explains why their skin gets irritated more easily. Here are some tips to gently care for their skin: 1. Moisturise regularly A child’s skin is prone to dryness and loses moisture more quickly than you think. So make it a point …
We’ve talked about eczema and how a good skincare regime can help manage the condition, but what happens when your baby gets it?
Moisturising your baby may not be a top priority for most mothers as a baby’s soft skin is often assumed to be hydrated enough. This often leads to a lack of moisture in a baby’s skin.
When done properly, bath time can be a fun and good way to bond with your baby and ensure their skin is healthy.
How is your newborn’s skin different from yours and what steps should you follow to take care of it?
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