Your baby's skin is very fragile, delicate and thin. This means the skin is very sensitive and can easily react to temperature when the weather and also irritation. Irritation can come from a variety of substances, but mainly through the chemicals contained in the products you use in infants. Avoiding these chemicals can be as easy as buying organic products, but here are 10 other alternatives for you to try.
1. Unbleached disposable diapers.
State choice of the site: as far as dioxin, they're family organochlorines which includes one of the most toxic chemicals that have not been made. In the past, traces of dioxin found in chlorine-bleached white paper and pulp products, including disposable diapers. However, this time the diaper is usually oxygen bleached (using hydrogen peroxide), which forms no dioxin.
But we know what the consequences of hydrogen peroxide will bring? There really unbleached disposable diapers on the market that ensure your baby is not in contact with any bleach.
2. Never use baby powder.
Why? Contamination of the wound or body cavity with powder liable to cause granulomas. Inhalation powder can cause respiratory irritation. Talc exposure can produce pneumocomosis. Powder liable to be highly contaminated with bacteria, including Clostridium tetany, CL wheelchair and Bacillus anthracis, it must be sterilized. Martindale 31 P1096, 1745, 1407 organic talks are usually made with corn flour, Gamut and white clay and very safe and very effective way to keep baby's skin dry.
3. Massage oil after a shower.
Avoid mineral oil-based because they contribute to drying of the skin when absorbed. Instead of using natural oils and organic continues to soothe and moisturize baby's skin. Try a product containing sweet almond oil, coconut oil, sunflower oil and essential oils of chamomile, roses, lavender and mandarin. But remember to always do a patch test first and watch for redness or irritation. Do not use if this happens! You only need the smallest amount of oil to massage into the skin of your baby is less than a teaspoon.
4. Subconscious tissue.
Under homemade wipes can be made easily. Split roll of paper towels strong (large Viva). Taking the inner cardboard rolls. Mix two cups of water with ½ cup of sweet almond oil and ½ cup of organic baby wash. Placing one half roll into a container and pour over one of the solutions. Store in a container. Or simply wiping solution try a cool cup of chamomile tea and a teaspoon of honey mixed well. Honey is a natural antiseptic so it is good to keep a baby under germ-free and will help treat existing diaper rash.
5. Complimentary laundry soap bath.
Babies can be easily wiped with a soft and rose hydrosol. It is distilled water that contains healing and soothing aromatic rose extracts suitable for the most sensitive of skin types and is very economical as you only use a small amount. Adolescent baby should be washed with organic baby wash as adult products tend to have harsh ingredients that can irritate baby's skin. Use baby wash sparingly.
6. Washing baby clothes and Manchester.
Always wash the baby's clothes and Manchester before using and wash in pure soap flakes or sensitive skin soft wash solution. Do not add water softeners or conditioners as these can cause skin irritation. Dissolve flakes in a little warm water before adding to the wash cycle. Baby clothes and sheets etc. do not need to be disinfected, just dry in the sun.
7. The use of organic baby lotion.
Organic baby lotion can be used as an alternative to massage oils and helps keep baby's skin from drying. But the baby's skin is sensitive so monitor results with caution and discontinue use in case of signs of redness or irritation.
8. Sanitary cloth diapers.
Washing cloth diapers at a temperature of 65 ° C or hotter and then drying them in direct sunlight should eliminate any harmful germs as the ultraviolet rays have sterilizing effect and natural ability bleaching. Nature Nappy soak: Half fill a diaper pail, then add a quarter of a cup of baking soda and swish to dissolve, add 3 drops of lavender essential oil and 3 drops of tea tree essential oil. Diapers soak overnight and then wash as usual. Add half a cup of white vinegar to the final rinse for soft diapers. Always make sure the diaper pail lid is firmly in place, and always out of reach of children.
9. Umbilical stump tips.
Umbilical stump must be kept clean and dry until it falls naturally. Fold the baby's nappy below the stump so exposed to the air and not to urine. Avoid bathing your baby in the tub until the stump falls. Try using hydrosol wash mentioned above. Research has shown that leaving the stump dry naturally is the quickest method. Does not apply any drying agents as they may cause irritation.
10. Cradle cap care.
Cradle cap is the result of overactive glands in your baby's scalp and harmless. Looks like crusty patches of skin. This drying has been linked to hormone mother passes to her child was born and can continue for several months. Soft and safest way to cure cradle cap is to clear the area with sweet almond oil, leave it for about five-ten minutes then wash the baby's scalp with organic baby wash or shampoo. Do not leave the oil on the scalp as this will cause further dryness glands become 'confused. Organic baby products are completely safe to use on your baby is already available online and through pharmacies. Absolutely no reason to use chemicals on your baby again!