Treat Your Newborn with the Best Skin Care

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Treat Your Newborn with the Best Skin Care

Babies all have one thing in common – their skin. While beautiful, soft and perfect, babies also have extremely delicate skin. Your baby’s skin hasn’t yet been exposed to the environment that now surrounds him or her. Their skin is vulnerable to daily outside attack; it doesn’t reach the first stage of “maturity” until approximately two years of age. 

With that being said, it is crucial that you care for your baby’s skin! We have a few tips and tools for you to make things easier. 

Babies all have one thing in common – their skin. While beautiful, soft and perfect, babies also have extremely delicate skin. Your baby’s skin hasn’t yet been exposed to the environment that now surrounds him or her. Their skin is vulnerable to daily outside attack; it doesn’t reach the first stage of “maturity” until approximately two years of age. 

With that being said, it is crucial that you care for your baby’s skin! We have a few tips and tools for you to make things easier. 

 

Resist the urge to bathe too frequently. We know that cleanliness is next to godliness, but did you know that if you bathe your little one too much it actually removes a natural oil that is created to protect their skin? WebMD suggests keeping it simple. “For the first month or so, a sponge bath two/three times a week will keep your baby safely clean.

 

Use good skin care products. There are many options for skin lotions, body washes, etc. Here are some products that we like to recommend: Noodle & Boo’s Soothing Body WashSuper Soft Lotion, and Bouncing Baby Bubbles. Noodle & Boo have been clinically-tested for sensitive skin and are dermatologist and pediatrician tested (proving hypoallergenic).

 

Wash all their clothes before you use them. Even though Grandpa and Nana brought the cutest outfit over for your little one, resist the urge to put it on right away. You never know what germs have stuck to the fabric; it’s better to be safe than sorry! Remember to use detergents that are fragrance- and dye-free.

 

Check diapers frequently. Diaper rash occurs for most babies, but you can treat it without medical care. Try to change diapers immediately when you notice they’ve been soiled. Use soft cloths to pat your baby dry and apply a layer of protective ointment or petroleum jelly. Noodle & Boo has the ultimate ointment for your needs!

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