Healthy skin makes for a happy baby.

Gentle cleansing

Babies don't need frequent baths. Aim for gentle cleansing 2-3 times a week, using a mild, fragrance-free baby wash, like Lactacyd Baby Wash. Opt for lukewarm water and avoid using hot water, which can strip the skin of its natural oils.2 Gently pat baby's skin dry with a soft towel, and don't forget to get into their skin folds and creases.

Sufficient moisturizing

Babies' skin tends to be prone to dryness, so regular moisturizing is essential. After bath time, apply a fragrance-free, hypoallergenic baby lotion or cream to keep the skin hydrated. Pay special attention to areas like cheeks, elbows, and knees.

Clothing and fabrics

Choose soft, breathable fabrics like cotton for your baby's clothing and bedding. Avoid rough materials that can irritate delicate skin. Always wash new clothes before use to remove any chemicals or residues that might cause irritation.

Monitor and consult

Keep an eye out for any changes in your baby's skin, such as rashes, redness, or irritation. If you notice anything concerning, consult your pediatrician before trying any remedies or products.


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