Skincare is important for babies and for that you should select good and skin-benefiting products. Selecting good oils could be a tricky task especially for the first time mothers. So what is good baby care and what should you pay attention to if you want to care for your baby as naturally as possible? We've put it all together for you.
- Read label
The golden rule is to read the ingredients list on the baby oil or cream label carefully. Whatever is listed first is also present in the product in larger quantities. Some good substances that can be healthy for skin are coconut oil, jojoba oil, shea butter, almond oil, avocado and apricot extracts.
- Product certification
You may also find a number of logos on the packaging of your product which show that the product is organic or certified by an independent body. This means that the product has been critically evaluated and you can assume it is a good quality product.
- Dermatologist Test
Before items are put on the market, dermatologists will occasionally test them (dermatest). This is particularly beneficial if you have sensitive skin or young children, whose skin is already delicate. No matter what, it is still wise to try the product on a tiny area of your arm first.