Our view on the baby-related items
Agentle massage can give your baby proper nourishment and calm your little one’s skin. An oil massage warms and lubricates the system and promotes healthy circulation, while also providing support for growth, sleep, and skin protection. There are many oils on the market to choose from. Picking a certified organic oil assures you that your baby is not being exposed to pesticides or other harmful chemicals. Ayurveda recommends avoiding mineral oil as it is derived from petroleum. It is always a safe bet to use plant-based oils like coconut and olive oil. To save you from the hassle of picking the right massage oil, we got our hands on a few baby massage oils and found the Azafran Organics Baby Massage Oil In A Tube to be one of the best in the range.
With this massage oil, you can soothe and please your baby without any runny mess! Light in texture, it easily absorbs into the skin and offers a cooling effect on the body. The massage oil slides smoothly over the baby’s skin and forms a silky barrier to prevent excess moisture loss and prevent the skin from dryness and flaking. The oil contains coconut and sesame butter, palm wax, olive oil and palm oil to keep your baby’s delicate skin soft, smooth and healthy. What’s more, the massage oil is made with certified organic ingredients and is free from chemicals like parabens and sulphates. A faint aroma can make it a calming and pleasant experience for both you and your child. You can use this massage oil before the bath to improve skin texture, muscle tone, and overall growth or just apply a small amount of oil after bath to moisturise your baby’s skin and keep it supple.
Getting in action: Start with the upper body. Massage the face starting from the middle of the forehead. Next, massage the area near the eyes in round circular motion. Then gently massage the upper lip area starting from the centre of the lip. Use your thumbs to do so. Get down to the chest area and then massage the area near the abdomen. Move to massaging the area under the arms, the hands and the soles of the feet.