Winter Skincare Tips For Babies and Children

Posted by brainjmedia03 on Friday, January 12, 2018

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Dry winter weather can be especially distressing for newborn, toddler and juvenile skin. There are only so many lotions and potions appropriate for use on children, but while those “remedies” can address the symptoms they don’t often resolve the issue of itchy, chapped winter skin. Consider these three tips for keeping your young one’s winter skin replenished, refreshed and revived.

Use a Humidifier

These short frigid days and long icy nights require serious work on behalf of your heaters. Keeping your home at a comfortable temperature will sacrifice much of the ambient moisture. Replace it with a humidifier to ensure your home stays both warm and slightly balmy. Both yours and your children’s skin will thank you.

Moisturize Wisely

Apply lotion when your child is freshly bathed and still a bit wet. The remaining moisture on their skin will be trapped by the lotion, thus enhancing its moisturizing power. Always use a lotion for sensitive skin and gauge your child’s reaction before integrating it into your bath-time routine.

Make Water A Priority

Keep your kids hydrated from the inside and they’re less likely to fall victim to cold weather skin ailments. A healthy squirt of orange, lemon, or lime can make plain water more palatable to picky pallets.

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