Children’s skin and ways to prevent and treat skin dryness using Child Farm’s Products.
1. Avoid harsh ingredients
Parents are already quite conscious about hand washing and protecting their children from the spread of germs. With COVID-19, daily handwashing has increased and children themselves are taking the initiative to hand wash as well as use alcohol gel. Whilst this is a necessary preventative measure to limit spread of infection, it can leave hands feeling dry, sore, itchy and even red. Contact dermatitis can happen when the skin barrier which helps to maintain the quality of our skin becomes damaged.
Look for products which are fortified with nourishing ingredients, such as cocoa butter and shea butter used in Child Farm’s Baby Moisturiser, but also avoid the use of synthetic detergents and preservatives.
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