• Moisturizing can prevent food allergies and other baby skincare tips you need to know

    2 monthes ago - By Today's Parent

    Emma Pollon-MacLeod was initially puzzled by her 7-month-old son, Calvin's, rash. His skin was red and irritated but only in one spot-on his abdomen. Then, she remembered the Jolly Jumper. Calvin had recently started teething, so he was drooling a lot. When he bounced in the Jolly Jumper-happy as can be-his drool would wet his clothing, which then rubbed against his skin, irritating a patch of his stomach. Mystery solved.
    The experience was a reminder that while baby skin is idealized as soft and supple, it actually goes through a lot. “Baby skin is so new. It's never been exposed to the...
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