For a new parent, choosing baby products for your child can be confusing. It is not unusual for new parents to accumulate a lot of baby products. However, at Naïf, we believe that body care should be simple. This is why we only make products that your baby really need. In this blog, we have gathered some tips and tricks on how to use our baby products and when to use them.
Spring is finally here and the sun is out! However, as much as we enjoy being in the sun, sometimes it can get too warm so –up- under that umbrella. One question though, can an umbrella protect us from UV radiation?
Not true. It is true that babies less than 12 months old should be kept out of direct sunlight. He or she can just chill in the shade for a while. But, does this mean a baby cannot get sunburn while chilling in the shade? Unfortunately, no. UVA and UVB radiations are also available in the shade.
Not true. Clothing hinders some of the UV radiation. But, by how much? This depends on the thickness and structure of the fabric of your clothes. However, it is important to note that you can still burn through your clothes. A dry white T-shirt offers merely a protection of SPF 15. This is too little protection if your child is outside all day.
A baby skin is delicate, pure and sensitive. This means that it is important to only use natural and non-harmful products on your child's skin. After all, we only want what’s best for our little ones. We have listed 5 indispensable ingredients in baby care below.
A lot of people often opt for a sunscreen that is waterproof. However, is this waterproof feature really beneficial in a sunscreen? Also, does a waterproof sunscreen still work on you and your child after being out of the water?
Despite the fact that UV radiation is one of the biggest enemies for people with dry skin and those that struggle with wrinkle formation, most people still do not sufficiently protect themselves from the sun. During the summer, we immediately start applying sunscreen. But is it really necessary to apply sunscreen every day? Even if the sun does not shine? Here’s what our dermatologist, Elian Brenninkmeijer, has to say.
When visiting a newborn, it is polite to not arrive empty-handed. Whether you like it or not, new parents often appreciate you bringing gifts for their newborn baby during these visits.
What is a protection factor? And is it true that the higher protection factor means you can stay in the sun for longer? We will discuss this below.