Most newborn babies have really dry skin, which can even start to peel. Their skin is very delicate and tends to dry up easily. Also, excessive exposure from air-conditioners during summers extracts essential nourishment and moisture leaving the skin rough and dehydrated.
Baby skincare tips: Your baby might feel sweaty or itchy on his or her dimples on the necks, legs or arms. A moisturiser shall avert all these skin irritations and help in averting such skin problems. It is very essential that a mother moisturises the baby nicely post his or her bath.
To find out your skin type, wipe your face with a tissue when you wake up in the morning. If the tissue is clean, you have a normal to dry skin, but if the it becomes stained or soiled with grease, you have a normal to oily skin.
How to protect your baby’s skin in summer: It is certainly lovely to go out with the baby in sunshine but the cumulative nature of sun damage indicates that babies should be protected from exposure to UV and infrared rays since the day they are born.
White raisins are very common, but have you ever heard of black raisins? Made from dried grapes, black raisins have a very sugary taste and a juicy flavour. But more than satisfying your sweet tooth, it has immense health benefits.