Beautiful,delicate,tender,soft are often the words used to describe a new born. When a baby comes into this world its needs begin to increase. The baby's skin is very delicate and soft and needs extra care and tending for it is that one thing that protects the baby from diseases,infection,heat and cold.However it is so soft and tender and gentle that it can easily be bruised or may get a rash if not properly tended to.
Quite often what people want to buy for a baby are clothes. In fact there are a range of clothes for babies out there right from the basic cotton garments to funky looking clothes that may use synthetic fabric.
While choosing clothes for babies always use soft cotton garment as the fabric of the clothes and also make sure that the clothes are not too tight fitting . Loose clothes let air in and out easily and let the baby grow naturally. Also one must ensure that there are no sharp attachments like broaches or emblems stitched on or attached to the garment which may cause bruises to the baby and no loose buttons that the baby may swallow accidentally.Avoid using pins in baby clothes which may accidentally prick the baby.
2) Quite often the moment we make the baby wear a new set of clothes we realize that the baby has made it dirty as it is too young and is not potty trained. So its time to change the diaper. Here comes an important part .The choice of diaper . Diapers and nappy's should again be of soft cotton and in case you are using the reusable ones then they should be cleaned ensuring that there are no soaps or detergents left in the fabric and the fabric should be inspected before putting on the diaper each time so that it is not hard as it may rub against the baby's skin and cause a bruise or a rash. Soap and detergent left in the diapers leads to nappy rash. So it is a must to wash them separately from other clothes and ensure the baby's clothes are thoroughly rinsed and no soap remains.
A disposable diaper such as Pampers Premium Care Pants with its cotton-like softness is #SoftestForBabySkin is a good choice. They come in a number of variants. They are easy to put on and take off making them an excellent choice of diapers.
They have the capacity to absorb up to 5 glasses of liquid from its surface and avoid any spills out of the diaper. Each diaper is very soft so it does not harm the delicate skin of the baby. It has baby lotion added to it which keeps the baby's skin moisturized. Each diaper can be used up to ten hours, so one diaper can last the entire night and let the baby sleep without feeling wet as its special absorbent material absorbs and locks away any liquid and wetness from the surface of the diaper.
3) Choose Toys wisely. Toys are a baby's best friend and each baby has his or her favorite toys that they want to keep close to them. While buying toys choose wisely. Make sure that they are soft and do not have any sharp edges that can rub against the baby's skin and harm it. Also try to read the packaging to check if the toy is suitable for the age of your baby. Ensure that there are no sharp edges that make cause cuts or bruises to the baby as invariably little ones try to put anything into there mouth, ensure that neither can they cut themselves with the toy nor should it be so small that the baby can swallow it.
4) Take care of the baby skin by applying a mild moisturizing cream to the baby to keep its skin soft and smooth. As baby's skin is delicate exposing it to harsh sunlight can lead to sun burns, rashes and irritation. Avoid taking the baby out in hot sun for long hours that may cause a heat stroke if taking the baby out in the summer months apply sun tan cream suited for baby's delicate skin and try to keep the skin covered.
5) A daily body massage with a baby massage oil helps to keeps the baby's skin as soft, supple and healthy. In addition olive oil ans coconut oil can be used for the massage.
“Pampers brings you the softest ever Pampers Premium Care Pants. Its cotton-like softness is #SoftestForBabySkin and allows it to breathe, thus keeping baby’s skin soft and healthy, and your baby happy. ”