Your baby’s skin is different from adult skin — it needs extra special care. Learn why your baby’s skin is so important and how best to care for it.
Your baby’s skin is one of the best defences against irritants, toxins and infections. But in order to help protect your baby, it has to be healthy.
If you notice something unusual about your newborn’s skin, don’t fret just yet. These common newborn skin conditions are generally harmless and will often go away on their own.
Your baby’s umbilical cord will fall off about a week after you bring them home. Until then, be sure to keep it clean and dry.
As your baby grows, they’ll explore more and make more of a mess, which means you’ll wash them more often. Make sure to keep their skin moisturised as it’s their first line of defence from the outside world.
Just like a baby’s skin, your baby’s eyes, ears, nose and nails need extra special care.
Regularly massaging your baby helps you bond and provides a surprising amount of other healthy benefits.
Bringing your baby outdoors is a great way to help them explore and grow — but their skin is extra sensitive to the sun’s UV rays.
As your baby grows, so do their teeth! Get your toddler excited about dental care and start them on a healthy daily routine.
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