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How to Protect Your Baby's Skin

Being a mom is a wonderful feeling, all the hard work you put in thrives before your very own eyes, in the form of your kids. I met my friend after 13 long years, the first thing we talked is about our kids. So you guess how our kids intermingle with our lives. The first years of a baby are very important. It lays the foundation for a whole life cycle.

In this post, I am going to tell you about 5 things that boost the skin health of your baby.
ü Sleep
ü Fresh air and sunlight
ü Organic products
ü Baby massage
ü Moisturizer


Sleep is essential for the healthy growth of the baby. A good night’s sleep boosts the immune system of the baby. If you use a cloth diaper, the baby’s sleep gets affected. If the baby wets the bed, the cloth diaper becomes wet and disturbs the sleep of the baby.

Pampers, on the other hand, gives a dry feeling because it has a more absorbing capacity. So your baby sleeps really well.  Pampers brings you the softest ever Pampers Premium Care Pants. Its cotton-like softness is #SoftestForBabySkin and allows it to breathe, thus keeping baby’s skin soft and healthy, and your baby happy. 

Fresh air and sunlight

A gentle stroll outside with your baby can do wonders for its skin health. Fresh air boosts the oxygen quotient of the red blood cells and the warm sunlight bestows the vitamin D essential for the skin. The baby gets to become more social by meeting new people on the way. 

A cheerful start to the day can boost the emotional health of the baby. This may directly pep up the skin health. Going for a walk in the park helps the baby to see the greenery which has a great beneficial effect on its growth and development.

Organic products

Using organic products can be safe for the skin of the baby. Harsh chemicals can play havoc on skin health. It can cause eczema, skin rash and allergic reactions. So it is always good to use natural organic products for the skin of the baby. 

Chamomile and Lavender have a relaxing and soothing effect on your baby’s skin. It would be great if you use natural toothpaste, scent free baby wash and shampoo, organic sun screen lotion and organic baby oil for massage.

Baby massage

Massage is essential for the growth of the baby. It relaxes the baby, improves blood circulation to the skin, promotes good sleep and reduces constipation and colic. A natural massage oil could enhance the skin shine of the baby.


Young skin is delicate and it is susceptible to become dry. To prevent this, it is best to moisturize the skin of the baby. Moisturizing formulas made with the goodness and richness of natural ingredients nourishes and protects the baby’s skin. So always go in for natural products which are safe for your baby.

Take care


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