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What are the best baby products for newborns with sensitive skin?

Hi everyone,

I am a new mom and my baby girl has very sensitive skin. I have noticed that she gets rashes and redness easily, especially around the diaper area. I am looking for recommendations on the best baby products that are gentle on sensitive skin.

I have tried a few different baby lotions and diaper creams, but they seem to make her skin worse. I want to make sure that I am using the right products that won't irritate her skin or cause any further discomfort.

Any suggestions or recommendations would be greatly appreciated! Thank you in advance.

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Hi all,

As a new mom, I sympathize with those who have newborns with sensitive skin. I have found that using natural and organic products helps avoid further irritation. I use Babyganics fragrance-free Shampoo and Baby Wash, which is made of plant-based ingredients and does not cause any harsh effects.

To combat diaper rash, I use Burt's Bees Baby Bee Diaper Rash Ointment. It contains natural ingredients such as beeswax, shea butter, and lavender oil, that help soothe and heal irritated skin. It is one of the most natural ointments I have come across, and I put its effectiveness to the test, and it worked for my baby.

Also, I found that using organic cotton diapers is gentle on baby's skin as they are made without the use of harmful chemicals. Using them will give you peace of mind and keep your baby free from harsh irritants.

Hope this helps!


Hi there!

I also have a newborn with sensitive skin, so I understand how challenging it can be to find the right products. I have found that using fragrance-free and hypoallergenic products work best for my little one.

For diaper rash, I highly recommend Aquaphor Baby Healing Ointment. It creates a barrier over the skin and helps to soothe and heal any irritated areas. I also use the Cetaphil Baby lotion to moisturize her skin after bath time. Both of these products have worked wonders for my baby's sensitive skin.

In addition to that, I try to avoid using any scented products like baby wash and lotions. I opt for a mild, unscented soap like the Dove Sensitive Skin body wash, and it has been great.

Hope this helps!



My baby girl also struggled with sensitive skin, and I found that using lesser-known brands work great. I use Mustela Baby Foam Shampoo which is a fragrance-free product that is gentle yet effective on my baby's scalp. I also use their Stelatopia Emollient cream to moisturize her skin after bath time.

For removing any excess sebum and flakes from my baby's scalp, I also use the FridaBaby DermaFrida Skin Soother. It is a silicone brush that is gentle on the skin and helps exfoliate any flakes from the scalp. I love that it is easy to use and clean.

Lastly, I also use cloth wipes instead of disposable ones. It is eco-friendly and gentler on the baby's skin than wipes with harsh chemicals in them.

Hope you find this helpful!



I have a newborn with sensitive skin, and I have found that using natural and gentle products is crucial. I use Aveeno Baby Daily Moisture Lotion to keep my baby's skin hydrated after bath time. It is fragrance-free and hypoallergenic, which means it should not irritate sensitive skin.

For diaper rash, I have been using Triple Paste. It is a thick, medicated cream that provides relief for diaper rash and most of the other skin irritations. It has zinc oxide, which helps form a barrier between the diaper and baby's skin to prevent further irritation.

I also make sure to change the diaper regularly, at least every two hours, to avoid prolonged exposure to the wet diaper.

Hope this helps!



My baby also has sensitive skin, and I found it helpful to switch to using natural and organic products. I started using Earth Mama Organics Baby Lotion and Baby Wash, and it has worked well for my baby's delicate skin. The natural ingredients like calendula and chamomile have a calming effect on the skin, and I love that it has no synthetic fragrances.

For diaper rash, I use the Honest Company Diaper Rash Cream. It is hypoallergenic and made with organic ingredients like shea butter and jojoba oil, which helps to soothe and protect the skin.

I have also noticed that changing the diaper often and making sure to keep the area clean and dry is essential for preventing any rashes or irritation.

Hope this helps!



I had a similar issue with my little one, and I found an all-natural solution that worked best for us. I started using coconut oil as a moisturizer for my baby's skin, and it helped to soothe her sensitive skin. It is a simple and affordable solution that has worked for us.

For diaper rash, I use Boudreaux's Butt Paste. It is made with natural ingredients like zinc oxide and aloe vera and creates a barrier over the skin to prevent further irritation.

I would also recommend using cloth diapers instead of disposable ones because they are less likely to cause irritation and are more breathable for the skin.

Hope this helps!

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