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Pears Baby Lotion: The Lotion For Your Baby’s Dry Skin by mokongwu(: 3:05 pm On Apr 09
Pears Baby Lotion: The Lotion For Your Baby’s Dry Skin
A baby’s skin is more active than an adult’s skin because of its constantly developing state. It's more vulnerable to irritants, changes in temperature and changes in humidity, which means it can become dry easily. Thus, it is essential to keep it moisturised.
Pears Nigeria Baby lotion is made from carefully selected pure and mild ingredients suitable for a baby's tender skin. It is enriched with pure glycerin and natural oils that gently moisturize your baby’s skin to keep it smooth, while its mild fragrance ensure that your baby’s skin gets the pampering it deserves.
Pears Nigeria baby lotion is trusted for being pure, mild and gentle, and has been recognized and endorsed by the National Association of Nigerian Nurses and Midwives (NANNM) for its excellent brand quality and contribution to the growth of babies in the country.
To get the best results from Pears Baby Lotion, here are a few tips for our moms:
❖ Wash and dry your hands thoroughly before applying the lotion. This prevents the transfer of germs from your hands to your baby’s skin.
❖ Apply immediately after bath, when your baby’s skin is still wet. This will trap the moisture from bath time and prevent your baby’s skin from drying out after the bath. Apply more frequently during the cold season to prevent the baby’s skin from cracking, as this could cause the baby intense discomfort.
Use the full range of Pears Baby products to keep your baby’s skin pure, mild and gentle. Your baby’s skin needs that extra protection. Proper moisturization of the skin helps to protect the skin against germs and harsh effects of the environment. Safeguard your baby’s skin health now.
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