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what should I use to help moisturise Childs skin?

Author : emma

Submitted : 2018-02-22 01:01:45    Popularity:     

Tags: moisturise  Childs  skin  

My darker skinned child, and live up in the north of Denmark. Her skin is very dry and unfortunately there aren t a lot of options when it comes to skincare for her. she has sensitive skin so natural products will be best.

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Try things like oils. I love coconut oil. Jojoba oil, almond oil, an extra virgin olive oil work well too. Just put a bit in the bath.
Shea butter works really well too.
Things like aquaphor are cheap and easy to find, at least where I am in the US.

Make your own, from organic Shea butter (assuming your child has no nut allergies)
in a bowl, over a pan of simmering water (double boiler) add jojoba/neeswax wax pellets, and melt, add shea butter and and oil, olive oil, or sweet almond oil, combine and pour into a jar to set, it will be semi solid but will melt when you touch it. You can add an essential oil for fragrance as its for a child, even a few drops of vanilla extract

These ingredients are easily available and dont cost as much as you think.
1 part wax
3 parts shea
1 part oil

This will nourish the skin but still allow it to breathe, unlike vaseline, which I am sure you know is a barrier and will not feed the skin or allow it to breathe

Vaseline Petroleum Jelly contains only one ingredient and almost no one is sensitive to it.

You could use olive oil

Baby products, baby oil, baby shampoo and baby lotion are formulated for baby's skin, and gentle enough even for adults with sensitive skin.

In the beauty industry, there is no industry-agreed meaning for terms like 'organic' or 'natural'. Unlike the food industry, these terms are not regulated for cosmetics which means companies can use these terms pretty freely.
Also, products like shampoo, conditioner and body wash are mostly made of water so therefore are mostly natural (because water is natural, right?). So if a shampoo is 90% water, then a company can simply claim "90% organic or natural" and be telling the truth. Certainly, this isn't in the spirit of what people believe organic to mean, but it is within the law.

Don't believe the hype: "For skin care products, 'organic is not enough,. Some organic products are fabulous, and some are not." ~ Dr. Lisa Chipps , M.D. specializes in removing skin cancer & repairing the resultant wound (laser therapy whiz) in Rodeo Drive.
"Organic skin care products are trendy, but that does not mean nonorganic ones are dangerous," Wendy E. Roberts, M.D. past president of the Women's Dermatologic Society.
~ Glamour May 2012

Example: “Coconut "yes to beauty" paper face mask scared me when i applied it because it immediately started burning my skin?”

Ingredient list should not be as long as hair dyes. Example, it should be as short as the following:
Rosemary, calendula, rose petals, oil from coconut.

you dont mousterize. you have to Cherish them



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