Winter is here, and we know you are ready for snuggle time with your cute little ones. On the downside, the cold winter air can take away your baby’s delicate skin of moisture, leaving it dry, itchy, and red. But don’t worry! With the right winter skincare routine and Cussons baby products, you can keep your little one’s skin soft and smooth as it should be.
Here are a few tips that can help you in choosing the right baby products:
- Consult a Pediatrician
Before purchasing any sort of baby products, talk to your pediatrician. The doctor will advise you to use certain products that won’t harm your little one. Pediatricians, from time to time, encounter different products in their daily practice. This enables them to tell which products are right for a young one. Talk to your doctor about which products are best for your child, be it soaps, lotion, or hair wash.
- Understand Common Toxins
When shopping for baby products, you can do some research on your own or talk with your doctor about certain common toxins present in the products. Look at the labels that mention all kinds of chemicals used to produce the product. This will help you avoid those merchandises that contain harmful ingredients.
- Select Products Designed for Babies
Soaps, lotions, and shampoos made for babies are more delicate than regular products. It is better that you choose mild and gentle products and fragrance-free soaps and lotions. Since these products are made from organic components and free from a carcinogenic substance, they will keep your baby’s skin soft, healthy, and free from any infection.
- Bath Products
When looking for a baby bath sponge, choose cotton-based sponges or cotton towels that will not be harsh on your baby’s skin. Cutting down on bath time during the winter season can help preserve your baby’s natural moisture barrier.
It is advisable to keep the bathing period under 10 minutes and use lukewarm water. Make sure to use those bath products that won’t dry out your little one’s skin and help keep it hydrated.
- Use Wet Wipes
Since you will dress up your little one in extra layers during cold months, moisture may get trapped in the diaper region, causing irritation. So, change the diapers as often as necessary and keep your baby’s diaper area dry and clean with mild, baby wet wipes.