Looking at the pictures and the movies, you would expect your baby to be a perfect, photo shopped version of a baby-product advertisement. Well, that ain’t the case, even remotely. A newborn baby’s skin looks wrinkled, blotchy, purplish and anything but far from perfect. A newborn’s skin is very fragile and sensitive, and requires a lot of care to get that buttery, soft, feathery feel and touch. For the first few months of your baby’s life, his or her skin may not be that dream-like, but here is what you should expect and take care of your little munchkin’s largest organ- the epidermis.
And after some time, when you and your baby take pictures or when you rub your fingers on his smooth, gentle skin, you’d know the journey.
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