Get to know your baby's skin
Your newborn's skin is very different than
an adult's and is very sensitive to aggressive treatments
and harmful chemicals.
- The outer layer of the skin (the corneous
layer) is very thin. This gives the newborn very soft and
elastic skin, but also leaves them vulnerable to chemical
absorption and skin reactions to harsh chemicals.
- The basal layer of a newborn skin contains
little melanin - the skin's method of protection from harmful
Ultraviolet (UV) rays.
- Elastin and collagen cells at the base of the
skin are underdeveloped
- The oil (sebaceous) glands do not fully form
until puberty and the oil from the glands tends to be much
- An infant's skin contains about 75% water
which makes it much easier for chemicals to penetrate the skin
- An infant's pH level is slightly more acidic
than and adult's skin.
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