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“All Natural” Skin Care Ointments Often Contain Harsh Ingredients.

Posted by Emmanuel Sieh on

Just Because It’s “Natural” Doesn’t Mean It Will Help Your Baby!

When your child needs you, you will do anything to help them.

Unfortunately, many of the treatments from leading brands may also include ingredients you don’t want on your baby’s skin, including allergens that may worsen the itching and burning feeling.

Even if they include “All Natural” on the label, you may be putting harsh chemicals on your baby’s skin. Just because it comes from nature doesn’t mean it won’t hurt. (After all, most allergens are natural, too.)

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 Harmony N Glow - Best Cream to Treat Eczema in Babies

Gluten-Free Skincare Is Critical Even if Your Baby Does Not Have Celiac Disease.

Hydrolyzed gluten (wheat protein) can cause a hive-like reaction on skin with eczema, so even if your baby does not have Celiac Disease or gluten intolerance, it is important to use gluten-free skincare treatments on babies with eczema.

How to Know If Your Baby Needs Harmony n Glow Skin Ointment.

  • Dry skin
  • Exposure to irritants
  • Heat and sweating
  • Infections
  • Allergens like pet dander, pollen, or dust
  • Even saliva from drool can cause irritation on the baby’s cheeks, chin, and neck.

The best way to prevent future outbreaks is to learn your baby’s symptoms and triggers so you can improve your chances of keeping it under control.

Here’s where and when you should use Harmon & Glow ointment …