8 months old baby

Question: Hi...My babies skin is very dry and he becomes more darker....

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Answer: hello dear, in this weather it's come to get dry skin in babies. what you can do is you can give oil massage to your baby once in morning and again in afternoon. for this you can use olive oil / herbal oil even coconut oil also. don't apply soap at least for few days. after bath use a gentle body lotion. Aloe Vera Gel is also effective. remember one thing as your baby skin is becoming dry it's possible that your baby is suffering from mild dehydration, so try to keep your baby well hydrated. I hope this will help.
Answer: Mix the basin powder rice floor,curd nd apply it for 15 min. It will helps alot..
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