Salve: Baby Me! Baby Bum Salve
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We often wish for that soft, silky baby skin because it seems so perfect. But it needs a lot of TLC. From diaper and heat rashes to eczema and dry patches, baby skin can get irritated quickly.
The delicate skin of a newborn is not mature at birth. It continues to develop over the first year of life and babies have a lot of skin for their small bodies. Compared to an adult, the cells are smaller, the skin is much thinner, and more prone to dryness.
A baby’s sensitive skin is also more permeable (allows stuff to pass through) which makes them more vulnerable to any substance applied to the skin.
Clothing, detergents, and baby products that contain synthetic fragrances or dyes can cause dryness, irritation, and rashes on delicate skin.
A baby need simple skin care like gentle organic plant butters and oils that will nourish their young skin as it learns to adapt to its new environment.
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