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Baby skin care

  • June 23, 2020
    Is there anything more perfect than your baby's skin? You can't resist touching and stroking it. Your baby loves it as much as you do.

    Protecting baby's delicate skin is an important responsibility for parents. Here we tell you what you need to know and do.

    Although your baby's skin is one of the softest things you'll feel, it's also strong and resilient. The skin is the largest organ in the body: it is a group of cells connected to form a thin but firm barrier. The skin is constantly renewed throughout life, and the renewal process begins even before birth.

    However, the skin of many newborns is not perfect at first. You should not be alarmed if you see skin peeling or reddening during the first days after delivery, especially around the wrists, knees and feet. That's normal.

    After the first few weeks,your baby's skin cell will soften .

    To keep baby's skin healthy, you need to retain its natural smoothness and firmness. And even if your baby's skin is not peeling, it can be good for you to put moisturizers on it.

    You can get products without fragrance and with ingredients such as mineral oil or petrolatum. If you need advice, talk to your doctor.

    Whichever product you choose, keep the same brand and type so that your baby's skin does not have to readjust to the different combinations of ingredients in different products.

    Child sun protection
    Babies of any age should avoid direct sun exposure. A baby can get sunburn with as little as ten to fifteen minutes of exposure, even on cloudy days.

    The first thing you can do to minimize exposure is taking care of your clothing. FPU 50 sun protection clothing is the best.
    On warm days, dress the baby in lightweight cotton clothing that covers the legs and arms.
    Make sure he wears a wide-brimmed hat whenever he goes out.
    Try to avoid going out when the sun's rays are most damaging, between ten in the morning and three in the afternoon.
    When you're outside, try to keep your baby in the shade.