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Sebamed Baby Line

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post.

If you have a baby, there is a great line of products for keeping baby clean that you are going to want to know about. Sebamed Children’s Shampoo, Sebamed Wash and Sebamed Cream are designed to care for your child’s skin and hair in the gentlest ways possible.

This dermatologist tested line is based on more than 30 years of experience in creating a hypoallergenic soap free line. Not only do Sebamed products keep a child’s skin and hair healthy, but the company has some tips to help you make the most out of bath time that I can’t wait to share with you.

  • Organize: Once your little one is in the bath you won’t be able to leave them, so set out everything you’ll need before you begin: A cup for pouring water, a soft wash cloth, cotton balls for cleaning baby’s eyes and ears, a towel, a brush or comb, lotion or oil, a diaper, diaper ointment and a clean set of clothes. Make sure to wear something you don’t mind getting wet!
  • Prepare the Bath: Fill a baby bathtub or a clean kitchen sink with a few inches of lukewarm water. Test the temperature using your elbow or wrist to make sure isn’t too hot or cold. A quick tip to prevent little ones slipping is to line the bottom with a washcloth. As you carefully lower them into the tub be sure to keep one hand supporting the baby’s back, neck and head. Continue supporting the baby throughout the bath with one hand, and use the other hand to wash.
  • Skip The Soap: Traditional soap has a pH of 9, which can leave skin dry, tight and even more vulnerable to damage. For a healthy scalp and balanced skin, try a soap-free milky cleanser like Baby Sebamed Shampoo or Baby Sebamed Wash, which are uniquely formulated to rebalance and maintain a healthy skin pH level of 5.5.  (Both $13.49 and available at SebamedUSA.com)
  • Maximize Moisture: A quick coat of cream after any bath is just as important as the bath itself. Dry skin can leave little ones itchy and uncomfortable. To avoid loss of moisture, take three minutes to apply a baby cream like Baby Sebamed Cream after every bath.  ($13.49, SebamedUSA.com)
My son is due to be born next week! How exciting right?! As an experienced mom, I knew it would be wise to stock up on quality bath products for my little boy. Several of my older children had very sensitive skin as infants and toddlers and I am of the opinion, better safe than sorry. I want to avoid exposing my newborn to products that could irritate his skin. Sebamed is a brand that I trust as they have years of experience in creating a great line that is effective and gentle at keeping skin and hair healthy.
This is a brand I recommend to other parents or caregivers of small children that are looking for something that is of a fine quality and reasonably priced. As the line is designed with a healthy ph level in mind, it is perfect for keeping the most delicate skin and hair healthy.

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