With winter quickly moving into everyone's lives, finding ways to keep your skin moisturized should be on the top of the list. And for new mothers, finding ways to protect your new baby against the harsh, dry weather is just as important. Though wrapping them up in blankets and layering them in warm clothes may seem like the things to solve that problem, there are more affective ways to keep your baby's skin moisturized in dry weather.
My sister had my niece in the month of January, when the weather was both cold and dry. Although they're in Florida and the weather doesn't get as cold as it does in other places, my sister struggled with keeping my nieces skin moisturized. After finding out she had eczema, her list of remedies to decrease the dryness became her top priority — especially during the months where the temperature dropped below the normal.
Whether your child suffers from eczema or if you're just looking for a way to be proactive against this year's dry weather, make sure you have your list handy of ways to keep them as moisturized as possible. If you're not sure what can help, these seven things can get help you get your moisturizing game up.