Caring for your baby's skin

Caring for your baby's skin

Baby skincare is an important aspect of caring for your little one. Babies have delicate and sensitive skin that requires special attention and care. In this blog post, we'll discuss some tips and best practices for baby skincare.

Keep it Simple

When it comes to baby skincare, less is more. Babies don't need a lot of products, and in fact, using too many products can actually be harmful to their skin. Stick to gentle, fragrance-free products that are specifically designed for babies.


Bathing your baby is an important part of their skincare routine. Use warm water and a mild, fragrance-free soap or body wash. Avoid using hot water or harsh soaps, as these can dry out your baby's skin. You should also limit baths to no more than 10 minutes to prevent your baby's skin from drying out.


Moisturising is an important part of baby skincare, especially during the winter months when the air is dry. Use a gentle, fragrance-free moisturiser after bathing to keep your baby's skin soft and hydrated. Be sure to apply the moisturiser to your baby's entire body, paying special attention to areas that are prone to dryness, such as the face, hands, and feet.


Diapering is another important aspect of baby skincare. Change your baby's nappy frequently to prevent nappy rash and irritation. Use a gentle, fragrance-free nappy cream to protect your baby's skin from moisture and irritation. You should also give your baby some nappy-free time each day to allow their skin to breathe.

Sun Protection

Babies have delicate skin that is more susceptible to sunburn and damage from the sun's harmful rays. It's important to protect your baby's skin from the sun by using a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30. You should also dress your baby in lightweight, long-sleeved clothing and a hat to provide additional sun protection.


When washing your baby's clothes and bedding, use a gentle, fragrance-free detergent. Avoid using fabric softeners or dryer sheets, as these can irritate your baby's skin. You should also wash your baby's clothes and bedding separately from the rest of the family's laundry to prevent cross-contamination.

In conclusion, baby skincare is an important aspect of caring for your little one. By keeping it simple, using gentle, fragrance-free products, and following these best practices, you can help keep your baby's skin soft, healthy, and protected.