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Hi baby's complexion is dependant on d genes so dont worry abt d skin of ur baby .. all baby's r beautiful... d skin of d baby's changes dad by day... u can apply white bread and milk daily and den use mamearth face products
Usko allergy ho gaye hai ya tu kisi cosmetic sy if you have started using something new or genetic hai agar family mein kisi ko hai like eczema. Ap pediatrician ko dikhao woh ointment prescribe kar dein gy
Its normal. Don't worry about it
Don't try to remove. It ll vanished by time
Hi with environmental impact these changes occurs, wait gradually the color will become constant
Hi if your baby is active, then give banana to eat so that it can be cleared in stools
How to Get Longer, Thicker Hair for Kids
Shampoo your child's hair with a mild cleansing shampoo, and, if she is not prone to oily hair, shampoo only once or twice a week to avoid over-drying. Use a conditioner that contains effective moisturizing ingredients, such as jojoba oil, hydrolyzed wheat protein and fatty alcohols. Glycerin also helps by drawing moisture from the air to the hair.
Brush out your child’s hair while the conditioner is still in her hair or use a detangling solution if she is prone to knots. You can make your own inexpensive detangler at home. Just fill a spray bottle approximately three-quarters full of distilled water and a spoonful or two of her conditioner. Mist your child's hair with the mixture and allow it to saturate for two to three minutes before brushing out her hair.
Brush your child’s hair with a cellulose acetate brushing comb or a boar bristle brush. The cellulose acetate combs won't cause static, and the boar bristle brush will distribute the natural oil on your child's scalp throughout her hair. Both of these will glide more gently through her hair than a synthetic plastic brush, which will often snag on the hair. Avoid heat styling tools, such as hair dryers, curling irons, straighteners and crimpers. These will all work to dry out the hair, making breakage more likely and causing your child's hair to look dull and lifeless after frequent use.
Style your child's hair with snag-free accessories. Look for hair elastics that are covered with satin or another smooth fabric and never use rubber bands in place of hair elastics. If you braid her hair, ensure the braids are not too tight because the resulting tugging can cause hair breakage.
Maintain an adequate, well-balanced diet for your child. This will help ensure she is receiving vitamins, such as antioxidizing vitamins C and E, which protect the hair from sun and environmental damage, and the B vitamins, which promote healthy hair growth and damage repair. Ensure her diet includes her daily recommended iron intake -- between 7 and 10 milligrams per day for children, depending on age -- because the mineral helps to defend against hair thinning and loss. Essential fatty acids will also help maximize her hair health, avoiding hair loss and promoting growth.
First of all maintain her diet like give only nutritious and haealthy food which will help in hair growth. Also you can use trichup oil. It helps in hair growth. In my childhood i just want long hairs so my doctor suggested me this oil and it really works. Massage her head properly and on regular basis. Also use some natural shampoo for her. As most of the products are full of chemicals. Like u can use mamaearth shampoo for babies. It os 100% natural n organic. I am also using it for my son.
Hi apply only coconut oil or Almond oil