Your baby has such lovely soft skin, but it’s also very delicate. We show you how to keep it in tip-top condition
You don’t need to wash your baby’s hair every day – an ‘as needed’ basis is fine. When shampooing, use a mild product for babies. Young babies often get cradle cap – harmless yellow scaly patches on the scalp. Massage olive oil into the affected area, or use a special shampoo to loosen the dry skin
Burt’s Bees Baby Bee Shampoo and Wash, £7.99, for 235ml, burtsbees.co.uk
A natural plant-based cleansing complex with gorgeous orange and lemon oils
Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo, £2.71 for 125ml, boots.com
Massage a little of this shampoo into your baby’s scalp to treat cradle cap
Naked for Kids Bananas & Custard 2 in 1 Shampoo, £2.99 for 250ml, Boots
Makes hair soft and shiny – and smells good enough to eat!