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6 baby skincare products to help keep your baby’s skin fresh and ever tenderly radiant

by Avila Queen

BABY skincare requires utmost gentle and diligent attention. A baby’s skin is new to the world, tender, soft, delicate. So graciously beautiful and admirable is a baby’s skin that you had want your baby’s skin to remain forever tender and radiant. Natural instinct will also normally guide you as a mother. You want your fat cheek clown to look beautiful and you want to use on that skin the right baby skincare products that are angels in themselves.

Avila Baby Skincare to the rescue!

This post presents seven baby skincare products from Avila Naturalle that are always a nod, nod, yes, yes for every Nigeria baby-mama. Avila Naturalle as we know manufactures organic skincare products (and foods), hence it is expected that the baby skincare products on its shelves are not chemical-based, but made from natural ingredients and so safe to use, particularly for babies.

So, here are some general guidelines to keep in mind and where my recommended Avila baby skincare products come in between:


– Use lukewarm water (around 37°C or 98.6°F) and Avila Baby Wash for bathing.
-Limit baths to 2-3 times per week for newborns, gradually increasing frequency as the baby grows.
-Keep baths short, usually 5-10 minutes. -Use mild, fragrance-free baby soap or cleansers specifically formulated for babies. Avila Baby Herbal Soap is 100% pure and natural and you can count on it all through your baby’s tender days.
-Gently pat the baby dry with a soft towel, paying attention to the skin folds.


-After bathing, apply a gentle, hypoallergenic moisturizer to lock in moisture and protect the baby’s skin. Avila Baby Body Butter is a sweet kiss and you need nothing more to keep you baby’s skin tenderly radiant than that!
-Again, I advise you choose the tested and trusted Avila Baby Body Butter which is specifically formulated for babies and avoid fragrances and harsh chemicals.
-Apply it while the skin is still slightly damp to help with absorption.

For your baby’s hair,

-Apply Avila Baby Hair Tonic, or Avila Baby Castor hair cream to keep the baby’s hair moisturized and soft. Both baby skincare products are perfect for natural and relaxed hair.
-Use products specifically designed for babies to avoid any potential irritation.
-Apply moisturizer sparingly, focusing on the hair ends and avoiding the scalp to prevent it from becoming too greasy or weighed down.

Diaper Changing:

-Change wet or soiled diapers promptly to prevent diaper rash.
-Clean the diaper area with a gentle, fragrance-free baby wipe or use warm water and a soft cloth.
-Allow the skin to air dry or gently pat it dry before putting on a fresh diaper.
-Apply Avila Baby Natural Remedy to protect the skin from moisture and irritation as it contains anti-fungi and anti-virus properties to keep skin problems away, or get rid of them.

Avila cares, so we should also mention…

Clothing and Laundry:

Dress your baby in loose-fitting, breathable clothing made from soft fabrics like cotton.
Wash your baby’s clothes, bedding, and blankets with fragrance-free, dye-free, and hypoallergenic detergents.
Avoid using fabric softeners or dryer sheets that may contain irritating chemicals.

Sun Protection:

-Keep your baby’s delicate skin protected from the sun’s harmful rays.
-Avoid direct sun exposure for babies under six months old, and dress them in lightweight, long-sleeved clothing, wide-brimmed hats, and sunglasses.

Avoid Harsh Products and Irritants:

-Minimize the use of harsh soaps, perfumed products, and lotions that may irritate the baby’s skin.
-Be cautious with introducing new skincare products and test them on a small area before applying them to the whole body.
-Remember, every baby’s skin is unique, so it’s essential to observe your baby’s reactions and consult a pediatrician or dermatologist if you have specific concerns or if your baby develops any skin issues.

Avila cares!

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