How to Create a Healthy Skin Barrier on Your Baby's Skin?

by Sonia Singh Hi Everyone, I am Sonia. I love to read and write

Remember the first time you touched your little baby to feel his/her delicate, soft skin. Didn’t it melt your heart? And yet at the same time, your heart fluttered with a tinge of fear that you have to protect it from all the external agents. A new-born’s skin is way thinner than that of an adult and by the time vernix (a wax-y coating that remains on the baby’s skin for some time) peels off, it becomes somewhat prone to dust, atmospheric moisture, dry winds, and changing temperature.

As the dry autumn winds approach us, your little one’s skin becomes susceptible to infections, rashes, and irritants. When it comes to taking care of your baby’s skin, you should stick to buying products that are certified organic. Creating a healthy skin barrier on your baby’s skin is much more than getting an organic baby wash and lotion. Here are a few suggestions that’ll help you do that:

Pre-bathing massage and using the right baby wash 

It takes some time for a baby’s skin to produce natural oil like it is produced in the case of adults. Till the time your baby is 6 months old, you have to nourish your baby’s skin with vitamin induced essential oils that can go deep into the pores of his/her skin to make a protective barrier. Let it stay for a good 45 minutes to 1 hour and then bathe them in lukewarm water. Make sure you use only the certified organic baby wash and pat their skin dry with a soft towel so that the moisture on the skin remains intact.

Use organic moisturizer 

Some parents don’t have to deal with the hassles of dry skin (very lucky few!) and those of you who have to, must understand that only the best natural moisturizer for baby dry skin can put an end to your worries. While choosing a moisturizer, parents need to be careful as a chemically induced moisturizer can leave marks and rashes on your baby’s skin. certified organic baby lotion will create a protective barrier on your baby’s skin while keeping it soft and supple. 

Certified organic products (But not straight from the kitchen!) 

No one can deny the fact that the advice given by our mothers and grandmothers for skin nourishment is perhaps the best amongst all we have ever received. Those mustard paste and curd packs work very well for both our skin and hair but you can’t apply all these kitchen ingredients directly to a baby’s skin.

Certified organic is the best way to go for creating a protective layer on your baby’s skin which is why products from trusted brands like are an ideal bet.


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