As the days grow colder and colder, it dawns on me that I really have to start preparing for winter. Time to break out the sweaters and boots. Time to turn on the heat. Time to prepare my toddler’s sensitive skin for the harsh weather to come.
Although I hate the cold weather, I do love the warmth in the air as holidays approach and family gatherings come to mind. I don’t even mind the occasional playing in the snow. In fact, I can remember how much fun we had last winter, as our baby witnessed and played in snow for the first time. We had him all bundled up in layers of clothing and the whole sha-bam: a snow suit, gloves, boots and knit-hat. What a sight!
That year on the east coast, we were hit with a major snow blizzard and my husband managed to build an igloo for our guy.
Such fun memories as our little guy tried to take in the new sights around him!
However, I also remember all the dry, cracking skin issues the whole family experienced. That wasn’t fun at all.
That’s why I’m happy to get an early start this year, with Johnson’s Baby Intense Moisture Cream — a cream specifically designed for extra dry skin! What I love about this cream is that it not only provides deep hydration to help relieve dryness and keep baby’s skin soft all day, but it also can help lock in moisture in adult skin! A major plus!
One thing that sets this new Johnson’s cream apart from the other Johnson’s lotions? It’s actually clinically proven to seal in moisture for 24 hours. Plus, it contains 2% dimethicone, an ingredient used to help form a protective barrier on the skin, locking in moisture.
Also, despite the fact that Johnson’s cream isn’t made to treat eczema, my little guy (who now only suffers mildly), has adjusted well to the new Johnson’s cream. It’s been a great dry skin treatment so far!
Have you tried Johnson’s Baby Intense Moisture Cream? How are you preparing your family for winter?
Ana, a mom to three rambunctious little boys, has supported hundreds of thousands of women throughout their pregnancy and motherhood journey since 2012 as a blogger and maternal health advocate at MommysBundle.com.