4 treatments for a baby skin

2 Main Principles and 4 Trusty Treatments for Baby Skin Care.

Caring for a baby's skin is an important part of being a parent. Mommies usually prefer to use minimum of essential treatments for sensitive babies skin. At the same time it is important to choose reliable brand for our precious ones. Here is a baby skin care guide with products by one of the oldest and the leading producers of natural skincare products - WELEDA.

1. Cleaning

It’s great if both of you and a baby enjoy bath time as a nightly ritual. But when time is short, note that you don’t have to bathe your baby fully more than twice a week -- at least until he’s crawling around. The rest of the time, sponge baths around the diaper area, mouth, and any skin folds (around armpits, thighs, and double chins) will do the trick.
You don’t even need to lather him up.
You can use soap-free liquid cleansers that are both fragrance- and dye-free only where needed in the areas with folds. We recommend http://livethenature.ae/en/weleda-calendula-body-wash-shampoo/
Water everywhere else is the best.
Avoid bubble baths and bar soap if it is not  WELEDA Calendula Soap, which is specially made for babies sensitive skin.
Also follow basic safety guidelines -- support your baby’s head, and test the temperature of the water on the inside of your wrist, for example. Gather your supplies before you get started. Never leave your baby while she’s in a bath -- not even for an instant.

2. Soothing

A soft baby skin needs to be moisturized just like yours.
Use a fragrance-free emollient lotion immediately after the bath to keep dryness at bay. http://livethenature.ae/en/weleda-calendula-baby-lotion/
Moisturize more frequently if your little one's skin is dry, during winter months or if he has eczema.
When you wash your little one's clothes, use a detergent that's free of perfumes and dyes. Fabric softener, in any form, should be avoided for the whole family. A rash can appear anywhere on the body that is covered by clothing or on the face, due to contact with bedding or parents' clothing.

Diapered skin is often wet, exposed to a lot of friction from rubbing -- and then there’s the poop. All can irritate a baby’s skin. To take care of this sensitive area, change your baby’s diaper often. Cleanse the area gently with disposable wipes that are alcohol- and fragrance-free, or use a damp washcloth. Let your baby “air out” when possible, and use a barrier cream before putting on a new diaper.
It helps keep your little one's skin from getting too wet.

Nothing is sweeter than the soft, smooth skin of a newborn. As he starts to grow, you don't need anything else but these 4 main treatments by WELEDA to keep the skin feeling pampered and feeling good.