Is Baby Powder Really Safe for Babies?Be careful with what you put on your little one's skin.CREATED WITH BELO BABY TALC-FREE POWDER
In a post, Patty Laurel-Filart, a mom, host, model, teacher, and lifestyle blogger, fondly recalls a childhood where she was an "espasol" kid, a label she got because she was often dusted with baby powder to stay fresh the whole day.
Nowadays talc, an ingredient in many baby powder brands, has become a controversial ingredient.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has advised against the use of talcum powder for babiessince the 1960s. The danger is babies can easily inhale the tiny particles, and it can adversely affect their breathing.
So how can you keep your baby fresh and cool (especially in this weather!) without the risk? The son of model, television host, beauty columnist, and lifestyle blogger Kelly Misa offers her a solution: a "clothing strike" (read more about it here).
If going naked isn't an option for your child, Kelly and Patty, who are careful with what they use on their babies' skin, trust only what they know is certified natural and gentle on the skin: Belo Baby Talc-free Powder.
Moms like Kelly and Patty are very meticulous about what they use on their babies' skin, and you should be, too! They trust only what they know is certified natural and gentle on the skin; that's why they choose Belo Baby Talc-Free Powder.
There are many reasons why. For one, it is certified natural and made from finely milled rice and maize—so it's talc-free.
If you're worried about allergens, it will give you peace of mind to know that Belo Baby Talc-free Powder is carefully formulated without gluten, phthalates, parabens, dyes, and the most common allergens. They certainly knew which ingredients to leave out!
Keep baby's skin protected from diaper rash and smelling fresh with Belo Baby Talc-free Powder. Also try the other products from Belo Baby, crafted with utmost care for the whole family! Find out more at www.belobaby.ph.