What Skin Says About Baby’s Health
As a Mom of twins, I only want what’s best for them. I want them to enjoy their childhood as much as possible. And our utmost priority is to give them a healthy childhood. The way to do that is by providing these four pillars - healthy food, healthy play, healthy sleep, and healthy skin, which will ultimately give them the healthy start they deserve.
With healthy skin and healthy food, moms are encouraged to be more discerning in terms of the kind of food they serve, as well as keeping an eye on ingredients that will eventually manifest on our baby’s skin. And In order to know the right products and ingredients needed to provide these two pillars, moms should first know their baby’s skin type.
|At Cetaphil Mommy Dialogues in Wholesome Table, BGC
Different skin types react to different ingredients, and what may work for others may not work for you. Just like my twins, yes, they are identical twins, but when it comes to their skin, they are totally different. Twin A has more sensitive skin than Twin B. Baby’s skin is paper-thin, sensitive, and produces less moisture, that’s why moms need to establish a healthy and gentle skincare routine that can cater to these needs.
As the saying goes, “you are what you eat.” The skin is the largest organ of the body, and most of the time it says a lot about our health, that’s why it is important to feed our baby’s skin with only the most nutritious ingredients.
Such healthy ingredients should be present in food, as these food ingredients are integral in order to maintain healthy skin. A child’s meal should be hearty and healthy, and one way of providing these two is by establishing a nutritious and delicious child-friendly diet.
Prescribed by pediatricians, Cetaphil Baby is formulated to soothe baby’s sensitive skin. Gentle and hypoallergenic, Cetaphil Baby products include natural ingredients such as glycerol and panthenol to help moisturize and improve skin hydration on baby’s skin.
|Cetaphil Baby Gentle Cleansing Bar
|Cetaphil Baby Moisturising Batch and Wash
|Cetaphil Baby Gentle Wash
|Cetaphil Baby Shampoo
|Cetaphil Baby Daily Lotion
Useful tips on how to keep our babies’ skin healthy were given by Dra. Mara Huber and I've learned a lot on what food to give to our babies from Namee Sunico, the author of the first Filipino baby food cookbook.
More healthy skin and healthy food discussions we’re tackled during the second session of the Mommy Dialogues series, with speakers Dr. Mara Huber, who gave useful tips on how to keep our babies’ skin healthy, and what food to give to our little ones from Namee Sunico. With Rica Peralejo leading the conversation for moms.
|With my fellow moms during the Cetaphil Mommy Dialogues
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Cetaphil is a skincare brand that has been recommended by dermatologists for over 70 years, and is today used by millions with delicate skin from all over the world. Recently, the brand carried its gentle cleansing ways over to baby products with the launch of the Cetaphil Baby line. For more information, visit www.cetaphil.com.ph