Tips On How To Get Baby And Soft Skin

Many people desire to have flawless, baby soft skin. With a few changes and upgrades to your daily routine, you too could have baby soft skin. Read this wikiHow to learn how!

Method One of Six:
Cleansing Daily


Cleanse your skin at least once a day.Use products suitable for your skin type and remember, you may need a different product for the skin on your face and the skin on your body. Use a mild, gentle cleanser and apply moisturizer after washing. Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated too. Being well hydrated is good for both the health and appearance of your skin.Soap-free facial or body wash and water offer one easy way to cleanse your skin.Alternatively, choose a specially formulated facial cleanser from your favorite brand range. Follow the instructions it provides.Always use a soft sponge or face cloth to avoid harming your delicate facial skin. Apply cleanser with cotton wool, if preferred.If your skin is sensitive, try to limit showering to every other day or every few days. This allows your natural oils nourish your skin. Showering too much with sensitive skin can cause irritation.

Method Two of Six:
Use Exfoliation Techniques


Exfoliate three times a week.Exfoliating will remove dead skin cells and buff the skin back into good condition. Removal of all the dirt, oil build-up and dead cells will leave your skin feeling baby soft.If you have sensitive skin, exfoliate bi-weekly (every fortnight) instead.


Exfoliate as follows:Use an exfoliating scrub. You can either purchase one or make your own. Some homemade examples includesugar scrub and honey and sugar scrub but there are many more varieties possible.Purchase exfoliating shower/bath gloves or, an exfoliating scrub sponge. If you want to make your own, see How to handcraft an organic loofah.Run the gloves or scrub sponge up and down your legs gently to lift off dead particles and dirt. Also do your torso and back. Do this under the running water of the shower or in the bath's water.Don't press hard; it should feel pleasant. Do not use this heavy duty scrub on your face (see above instead). Avoid scrubbing sensitive areas such as nipples and genitals.


Pat dry with a big fluffy towel. This is especially important for your face, as rubbing can damage delicate skin. Gently glide the towel over your body and pat dry any really wet spots.

Method Three of Six:
Adding Moisture Support


Select a suitable moisturizing product for your skin type and age. You should change products from time to time, as your body changes. If the product you once liked does not seem to be as effective, this is often a sign you need to change to something else. This can occur as your skin ages and its needs are different. Choices include lotion or cream.


Apply the moisturizing product before you leave the bathroom after a shower. The steam-filled room will help to settle the moisturizing product into your skin while your pores are still open thanks to the steam. Moist skin is more receptive to moisturizing products.Use a product aimed at sensitive skin if you suffer from sensitive skin. Even if you do not have sensitive skin, such a product can often help your skin to feel even softer than usual. You will need to work this out for yourself by trying different products.

Method Four of Six:
Protecting Skin Outdoors


Wear sunblock if you're going to step outside of your house. One of the reasons babies have such soft skin is that they haven't been exposed to the harmful effects of UV rays.Wear a hat and cover up with long sleeves and long pants/trousrs/skirts if you are going to be out in the searing sun for any length of time.

Method Five of Six:
Creaating a Bedtime Routine


Moisturize nightly. At bedtime, put moisturizer on any area of the body that you want to be softer. For particularly rough dry areas such as feet, knees and elbows, slather on some lotion or cream before you go to bed. When you wake up they will feel a whole lot better.To prevent transfer of the moisturizing product from your body to the bedding, you can wear clothing. The clothing will also help keep the moisturizing product right on your skin, where it is most needed. Put on tights/pantyhose (for legs), gloves (for hands), socks (for feet), etc., and leave it on overnight. Shower when you get up in the morning.Use plain white cotton gloves, available from places such as department stores, beauty salons and cleaning supplies distributors.

Method Six of Six:
Creating Handmade Products


Do a hand-made exfoliation:Wash face with warm water.Make an exfoliation serum: 2 tbsp honey, 2 tbsp brown sugar, and half a lemon into a small bowl/container. Mix.Rub into the skin for five minutes.For additional softness, wait an extra 10–15 minutes before rinsing with warm water, and patting dry.


Try a milk and honey bath for a luxurious way to get baby soft skin.Run yourself a warm bath, add about half a liter of milk, about 3 tablespoon (44 ml) of honey (this is not enough to make you sticky), and break open a vitamin E capsule into the water.


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