5 Easy Baby Skin Care Lessons
By Mummy's Miracle |
In today’s scenario, there are lots of child skin care products, which confuse us. Parents should buy products that are natural and not loaded with chemicals.
1. Bathing or Cleaning Your Baby:
Bathing is usually required for maintaining proper hygiene and to clear harmful bacteria over the body. Ideally, the duration of bathing your baby should not be more than 5 minutes, otherwise it can increase water content of your baby’s skin and make the skin more trauma prone.
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After taking bath your baby should be dried thoroughly, particularly over body folds like groin and axilla to prevent humidity in these areas. Otherwise, fungal or bacterial infection may grow.
2. Regular Change of Diapers:
Undergarments or diapers should be changed frequently at least at the time of breastfeeding your baby. Undergarments should be carefully washed in lukewarm water and rinsed off and then dried thoroughly. The area, which is usually occupied by a diapers, is specifically vulnerable as it is a closed environment with frequent wetting suitable for growing of bacteria or fungus or other microorganisms. It is more often moist because of sweating and frequent wetting. Hence, the skin becomes more prone to macerate and become more permeable to other irritants and microorganisms.
The skin of that area is also vulnerable for damage as there is a change in alkalinity of this area due to urine and feces. This is the reason for the need to change diapers frequently and is of utmost importance to prevent your baby from any kind of infection in the nappy area.
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3. Moisturizing Cream:
Basically, bland emollient without fragrance are safe for your baby's skin in preventing peeling and flaking of skin. Mineral oils like olive oil are very safe and when applied gently to the skin reduces the cracking or fissuring of your baby’s skin.
All Natural Mummy’s Miracle Moringa Baby and Mummy Butter Cream is a belly cream for expectant moms, but it doesn’t stop there. Made from Moringa Oil, Shea Butter, and rich emollients making it perfect for Mom’s during and after pregnancy. The mother and baby cream also contains Vitamin A which helps build collagen in the skin, Vitamin C to help reduce fine lines and wrinkles, and Vitamin E with its healing and anti-inflammatory benefits.
4. Talc Free Powder:
Powders are useful for absorbing excessive moisture or sweat during hot and humid environment. They basically prevent maceration over body folds like axilla, groin and neck. Too much of application can lead to blockage of the sweat duct opening and cause prickly heat like rashes over the body folds. The powder should be talc free, soft, non- irritant and fragrance free.
This gentle and safe baby powder is the latest in Mummy's Miracle’s collection of luxury baby products. The brand is a leader in luxury maternity and baby skin care, and offers a comprehensive line of bath care, hair care and skin care products that nourish and protect sensitive skin. Products are made in the USA with the finest ingredients, and are safe and gentle enough to be used on newborns and during pregnancy.
5. Body Massage of Your Baby:
Massage not only increases cutaneous blood circulation, but also gives a sense of touch, which fulfills the basic need of feeling safe, comfortable and loved. Baby oil is ideal for body massage because of its easy spreadability and better moisturizing action. Massage should be done from head to toe and should be gentle. Massage should be avoided or withheld if the child or the mother has any contagious skin infections at any point of time.
Massage helps in proper physiological growth of baby and it also has psychological benefit.
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