NEWBORN DRY SKIN
Newborn babies get dry skin. In fact, your little one’s skin may develop dry, flaky patches within a few hours after birth. Newborns are especially susceptible to dry skin because their skin is so delicate.
Dry skin can appear anywhere on a newborn’s body, it’s most commonly seen on the face and folds of skin, such as the neck, wrists, elbows, and knees, so it’s a good idea to keep an eye on these areas.
Their skin can also present as rough patches, hard areas, and cracks in the skin. While these symptoms may sound troublesome, dry skin in babies is very common and usually easily treatable.
How To Care For Newborn Dry Skin
1) Moisturize Your Baby’s Skin
Applying a moisturizer is one of the most important steps you can take to care for your newborn’s dry skin.
Moisturizers like INBY BABY( award best organic Baby skin products) are designed to lock moisture into your little one’s skin and prevent it from evaporating. This helps to keep your baby’s skin soft and supple and reduces itching.
Packed with natural, hypoallergenic ingredients, including coconut oil, Mango Butter and shea butter, our Nourishing Cream protects your little one’s skin from environmental allergens while providing much-needed hydration.
We recommend applying a moisturizer at least twice per day: once during the day and once after bath time. If your baby’s skin looks and feels dry even with two applications per day, don’t be afraid to add a third or fourth.
Let’s protect the skin your baby was born in!