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Handy Tips and Tricks for Your Baby’s Skin Care

By Cindy Clouds

There is more to baby skin care than meets the eye. Caring for your baby’s skin means caring for all of a baby’s skin. It can take a newborn baby’s skin a few months to adjust to life in the outside world which is why a newborn baby is more prone to skin conditions. Good baby skin care means making good decisions all day long. Everything from the clothes you put onto your baby to the soap you use at bath time will affect your baby’s skin. Don’t worry too much though because practicing good skin care for your baby does not have to be difficult or complex. With just a little bit of common sense it can be really simple. If you need some help figuring out a good routine, here are a few hints to help you out.

You don’t need to use powder when you change your baby’s diaper. Powder is popular because it absorbs moisture and helps your baby stay dry in his diaper.

The problem is that babies are able to inhale the fine dust that occurs when you sprinkle talcum powder on your child and yeast can grow in corn based starches. The best thing to do when you are changing a diaper is to simply wash the baby’s bottom with warm wet cloth and then pat him dry before putting on the new diaper. This will keep away diaper rashes and yeast problems.

It is important, when purchasing baby’s skin care products, that you read the labels on them carefully. You want to stay away from products that include phthalates, parabens, added fragrances and dyes. These are all ingredients that have been known to cause things like rashes and other skin conditions. You don’t want to accidentally irritate your child’s skin when your main goal is to keep it clean! You want to choose products that are known for being gentle on infant skin. If you aren’t sure which products are best, ask your pediatrician for some hints before your next shopping trip.

Acne isn’t only for teenagers, babies get it too. The acne formation starts before the baby is even born – the mothers hormones are the root cause. These hormones trigger some baby’s skin to become oily and the result is clogged pores which lead to acne. Do not treat your baby’s acne with adult solutions! They are much too harsh and can burn your baby’s skin. The treatment for this is to stick to a normal bathing routine and the acne can be expected to fade away once the clogs diminished and the healing process begins.

There are plenty of ways to protect your child’s skin and to ensure that it stays clear and healthy including the best lotions such as the hydroxatone treatment which is mostly used by adults maintaining a young looking skin. Remember, good skin care habits start early so it is a good idea to do everything you can to develop a good baby skin care routine.

It is also important to remember that baby skin care needs to be applied to the whole body, not just to the face.

Being knowledgeable of choosing better products, Cindy Clouds has been applying lifecell skin care for skin treatments. For more than 10 years in medicine, she has helped many people who have skin problems including those who wish to look young looking and maintain a baby skin and uses the prevage as the one of the best treatment.

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Clouds, Cindy "Handy Tips and Tricks for Your Baby’s Skin Care." Handy Tips and Tricks for Your Baby’s Skin Care. 18 Oct. 2012. 15 Sep 2014 <>.

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