Does Your Baby Have Sensitive Skin?

It's not uncommon for babies, who have sensitive skin to have reactions

Does Your Baby Have Sensitive Skin?

Does Your Baby Have Sensitive Skin?

Does Your Baby Have Sensitive Skin?

It’s not uncommon for babies, who have sensitive skin, to have a reaction to certain cleansers, moisturizers, and laundry detergents, which contain potentially irritating chemicals.


When skin reaction appears, it looks like a red rash or skin irritation, especially after your baby is bathed, has lotion applied, or simple when wears just-laundered clothes.


You can try switching the lotion or detergent to a different brand, particularly one that is fragrance-free.


When using new lotions, apply a small amount to your baby’s skin and wait a few minutes to see if there’s a reaction.


Make sure to use a mild detergent to wash the clothes of everyone in the household, as well as linens or anything that may come in direct contact with your baby’s skin.


Sometimes an allergy may take a while to appear, so even if you don’t see a reaction to lotions or detergents on your baby’s skin right away, keep an eye on his skin over the few days.

About Danalac

Danalac is a brand product of DANA Dairy, a major producer and provider of various milk products to the world’s market. Through the years, we have come to take pride in the quality of our products and the way we do business. We are proud to have been able to cater drinking milk, milk powders, various cheese, butter, ice cream powders, and many other dairy items to the world industrial and consumer markets.

We deliver the best nature has to offer. Naturally, we care!


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