As colder weather sets in, so do chapped lips and dryer skin. Children and chapped lips means uncomfort. Dry skin means itchiness and scratching. It's best to be prepared ahead of time for a remedy. While a pediatrician can offer a personalized product for your child's condition, there are plenty of over the counter options for minor signs of dryness. It's always best to still consult with your child's pediatrician just top rule out anything else.
Toy Tips tested out some brands of moisturizing products that are appropriate for children and adults. These made our top list.
Carmex Everyday Healing Cream. It's non-greasy which makes it easy to put on your child without a thick residue on your own hands. Designed to penetrate dry, rough and cracked skin, it worked well on heels, elbows and hands. It does have a softer scent of the regular Carmex lip balm. We suggest adding a coat of that on your child's lips after as protection. Now that these come in different flavors, have your choose the one they like best. It will help make it easier for you to have them wear it. For a little extra something for Mom, the Ultra Hydrating Moisture Plus lip balm
with SPF15/Sunscreen come in stylish tubes. Mom testers liked the clear gloss finish and the soft vanilla flavor. Gluten-free, too.
One of the worst feelings are those little cracks near your cuticles or around your nails that are just downright. painful. We found two products that seem to work for that.
CapriClear Moisturizing Spray. This easy to spray bottle of clear liquid fractionated coconut oil is 100% natural. Mom testers used this at night on their face as well as their hands and reported a healthier looking complexion and softer hands after a few days use. We suggest to keep it on the nightstand as a quick reminder before bedtime so the fractionated oil can soak into the skin. It also worked well on the lips to prevent dryness and moisturize. It's also gluten-free.
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