Are you looking for genuine products for the well-being and healthy development of your baby? This section makes it easy for you to browse and buy a wide selection of baby care products including formula, diapers, lotions, creams, oils, shampoo, wipes and more from reputable Zambian stores. Whether you are buying for a newborn or toddler, you will definitely find the best baby care products at affordable rates below. Suppliers are always happy to offer personal advice about the right products for your child.
Make sure your baby's skin stays smooth and healthy.
Baby Skin Care Products
Newborn baby skincare is a delicate matter. In the early months, as your baby's immune system develops, you'll want to use the mildest cleansers and the smallest bit of lotion. But when dry skin, eczema, and diaper rash appear, it's time to treat those problems.
Your newborn needs dye-free, fragrance-free baby skincare products. If there's a newborn in your family, here are a few tips before you start shopping:
Read labels carefully. Baby skincare products that contain dyes, fragrances, and chemicals can irritate a baby's skin and breathing. Natural baby skincare products are safe for most infants. But if you have allergies or asthma in your family, your newborn may also be sensitive to botanicals and herbs in some products. Look for products that are phthalate- and paraben-free. Those chemicals are potentially harmful to babies.
Baby Skin Care Products
As you set up the baby's nursery assemble these newborn skincare products:
Baby soaps, washes/cleansers, and shampoos: Cleansers and washes are mild and safe for newborns. But use baby soaps sparingly, as they can dry newborn skin.
Baby lotion Helps moisturize newborn skin. Use sparingly on tiny newborns.
Petroleum jelly: Can be used to treat diaper rash. It provides the baby's skin with a protective barrier against moist diapers. You may be asked to apply it to the healing circumcision site.
Diaper rash ointment: Provides baby's skin with a barrier to moisture -- protecting newborn skin so wet diapers don't irritate.
Baby oil: This classic is best used as a massage oil for newborn skin, not as a moisturizer. Newborn skin does not absorb it well.
Baby laundry detergent: Look for baby detergents that are free of perfumes and dye. Regular detergents are too harsh for newborn skin. The same applies when choosing dryer sheets.
Baby powder: If using baby powder, try to find powders that are talc free and take care to keep it away from baby's face and genitalia. The talc or cornstarch in the powder can cause breathing problems. Use sparingly.