You and your little one may have already found your own baby skin care routine, but you may find it needs to be modified in the winter, just like ours does. The cold and windy weather can often cause dryness and chapping or signs of a baby skin rash – especially on body parts exposed to the elements. Central heaters can dry out their skin even further. If your baby already has dry skin, or a condition like eczema, it can sometimes get worse.
All this means is they might need more gentle care than usual. You’ll soon figure out your own baby skin care in winter, but here, moms and dads - and Baby Dove scientists - offer some helpful hints: