Tips for Baby Skin Care

Tips for Baby Skin Care – New skin produces less Caring for delicate baby skin isn’t easy for the new parent. If you are experiencing information overload and feeling unsure of where to start, you are not alone. Care4Hegiene is a right place for you!

Over the last years of skin care expertise, Care4Hygiene is here to help you to learn more about baby’s delicate skin and how to care for it. Care4Hygiene recommended gentle products for baby’s skin care.

Tips for Baby Skin Care

Here are some suggestions to help you find a skin care routine that works for you and your baby:

  1. A Bumpy Start

While many organs develop early in pregnancy, it takes almost the full nine months in the womb for a baby’s skin going to mature.

  1. Going pH neutral

A baby’s skin Ph is more neutral than adults explains pediatric. It requires products with a pH closer to that found naturally in their skin. A pH-neutral product such as Baby Care4Hegiene. Rich moisture baby bar is great for cleansing babies with skin care.

  1. Gently Cleansing at Bath time

Bath time can be a challenge. But the good news is it’s fine to skip one occasionally, as frequent baths can dry out bath skin. It’s also OK to use a mild cleanser like our Rich Moisture Head Toe Wash which gently removes dirt while helping to maintain moisture.

  1. Wash and Wear

Babies, especially newborns tend to have sensitive skin, so the Care4Hegiene recommends washing new clothing and towels before using them. Although there are special “baby” laundry detergents, which leave fewer residues after washing, it’s perfectly fine to use regular detergents.

  1. Try products for babies

Instead of using your own moisturizer, try using products specifically designed for moisturizing baby skin. Our products help maintain moisture, leaving baby skin soft and hydrated.

  1. Here comes the sun

Your first thought is probably to slather your little bundle in sunscreen. But for a baby under 6 months that’s not a good idea Babies have more skin surface than adults, so they receive a higher dose of chemicals.

  1. Not forgetting the scalp

Your baby might not have much hair, but try washing scalp with a shampoo that goes beyond mildness Such as our Baby Shampoo. It replenishes essential moisture and nutrients in the scalp from the first wash.

  1. Replenishing Moisture

Once you have patted your baby dry, now is a good time to replenish lost moisture. A specially created moisturizing cream for baby, like our Rich Moisture Baby lotion, will keep delicate skin soft and moisture until the next bath.

  1. Protecting Baby’s Bottom Side

Bubbles can spend a long time in a dirty nappy at night, so it’s a good idea to protect their little bottoms while they sleep. Before bedtime tries applying a layer of moisture Nappy Cream to shield your baby’s skin from the wetness that can cause irritation.