|1. Be mindful about your environment Sometimes I see both Nico and Oli scratching themselves so much, at a point they either scream or run hiding to scratch a bit more. I get it, Montreal winters aren’t easy and for our little ones, it’s a bit harder for them, just because their skin is a lot more sensitive than ours. Keeping cool temperatures in their bedrooms especially at night will relieve the itching along with a humidifier on all the time if you feel the air is too dry. Keep in mind, clean as much as you can and always remember the dust is your number one enemy, so, vacuum parties everybody! Secret confession: this mama has been struggling with eczema and honestly have tried and bought all products for a while now, ALL of them. When La Roche-Posay launched their new Lipikar Stick AP+, I knew it’ll be jackpot time for our family and I’ll explain our routine and why in the next tip.|
|2. Routine, routine, routineHave a baby that loves creams and bath time? checkHave a toddler that hates creams and bath time? check
True story: Nico hates creams so much, but routine has made him realize it’s his holy grail and he cannot miss it after our bath time. It’s incredibly surprising that kids with an eczema-prone skin need to be more hydrated (and even more during winter). So, here’s what we do:
Say buh-bye to dull, dry and itchy skin, deal?
PS. In case you are wondering (I know you are) all these products are fragance free, paraben free and hypoallergenic – WIN.
|Endless thanks to La Roche-Posay for sponsoring this blog post. I already feel our skin looks so much better, and we’ve loved using your products every day.Disclaimer: All opinions, content and lotion sessions with Olivia are truly mine.|