Dealing With Baby Eczema & Dry Skin: Best Unscented Skincare
Dealing with Baby Eczema and dry skin
Baby Eczema is frustrating for the babies and moms out there. This is especially overwhelming for first-time moms as they are not sure how it came up or how to fix it. As well as, you want to avoid using “prescription-based” products that contain chemicals that you may or may not be aware of that are harmful to the health of your baby’s skin.
So the best option is to use an organic product.
These are made with 100% natural ingredients that are rich in minerals that can correct any imbalance on their skin. At Darlyng & Co we have our “Natural Healing Body Cream”. It is rich in Shea butter, cocoa butter, turmeric, and colloidal oats.
Let’s delve into each one:
* SHEA BUTTER: Shea butter is one of the more popular ingredients as it is used by adults.
So, who said it wouldn’t be great for our babies? Shea butter is extracted from two oily kernels from the seeds of the shea tree. When the kernels are boiled, the “oil” rises to the top and then solidifies to get the shea butter. The butter is rich in oils and emollients that can penetrate the deepest layer of the skin. The oil will then impart its minerals beneath the skin to hydrate and nourish it. The kin will be provided with a mineral/vitamin that is lacking that has caused your baby’s eczema to flare up.
COLLOIDAL OATS – Next, we have colloidal oats.
Once applied to the skin, it pulls moisture into the skin. For example, if you use it after bathing your baby, I will trap the moisture from the water droplets into his/her skin. Then, it keeps it locked in as a protective barrier. And more importantly, it will always have a consistent supply of hydration so the skin will never become dehydrated.
TURMERIC – Then, we have turmeric.
Turmeric is another popular ingredient that is used in a lot of DIY skin products. If it works for your skin, there is a high probability that it will work for your child. It will aid in healing any wounds that have come from eczema. This could be due to your baby scratching their skin and scalp. As well as, reducing and brightening any dark spots that are on their skin.
COCOA BUTTER – And finally is cocoa butter.
Cocoa butter is like shea butter as it is rich in emollients. As well as, it is rich in fatty acids that are key for our skin. The minerals (specifically antioxidants) will reduce inflammation beneath the skin that is causing the skin to flare up.
Not only is it food for baby eczema, but it can be used for diaper rash, cradle cap, dryness, psoriasis and much more. All our products are made with the health of your baby in mind. And as such, natural ingredients are used to help to revitalize, replenish, and rejuvenate the health of your baby.
- Darlyng & Co.