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Oh Baby is a monthly series where an expert shares the scoop on all you need to know for the littlest members in your family Check out our first installment on baby skin care and second installment on breastfeeding must-haves!
Seanna Cohen | Skin Care Therapist | Elodie Beauty
It doesn't take an expert to recognize that a baby's skin is different than an adult's. Aside from being silky and smooth, studies show that an infant's skin contains less melanin, which is one of the body's natural ways to protect itself from the sun. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, it only takes one blistering sunburn during childhood or adolescence to increase a person’s chance of melanoma later in life.

Welcome to the first post of Oh Baby - a monthly series where an expert shares the scoop on all you need to know for the littlest members in your family! Check out the 2nd installment in this video, where an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant shares her top 3 must-buys for breastfeeding mamas!
Seanna Cohen | Skin Care Therapist | Elodie Beauty
There are enough things to worry about as a new mom. Baby’s pesky skin conditions shouldn’t be on the list! When I had my son a year and a half ago, I had a suspicion — solely based on my own skin sensitivities — that I would be putting my skincare expertise to good use dealing with his ailments. The poor guy had it all: “baby acne”, eczema, severe diaper rashes, and cradle cap. We got through it, and I’m here to share some of my tips for dealing with it all.