Saturday, April 23, 2016

Ditch the itch this #Summer with Himalaya Prickly Heat Baby Powder

It's that time of the year, when you just don't feel like stepping out of the coolness of your home. And the humidity is touching peaks, temperature is breaking records and you simply cannot wait for the monsoons!

I'm definitely not a fan of the summer season, the tanning, the heat-strokes, travelling is a pain too. Just imagine, if it troubles us adults so much; what about our kids? And who can stop them from venturing out, specially since this is vacation time!

And if you're a parent, you must have surely seen your baby getting irritated by prickly heat and rashes! We've used cooling talcum powder for ourselves, but the one's made for adults usually contain menthol, mint or camphor; which should never be used on a baby's delicate skin! For that matter, they're not really good for adult skin too.

But there is a solution! Another fab product by Himalaya Baby Care: The Prickly Heat Baby Powder. 


What it does:
Himalaya’s Prickly Heat Baby Powder provides relief from prickly heat and protects skin from infections. The ingredients work together to keep your baby’s skin cool.

Key ingredients:
  • Neem has antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, which protect baby’s skin from infections, rashes and inflammation.
  • Khus Grass has antiperspirant and astringent properties, which keep baby’s skin fresh all day.
  • Natural Zinc contains antiseptic properties and has traditionally been used as a wound healing agent.
Pack size:
50g, 100g and 200g

Directions for use:

Sprinkle Prickly Heat Baby Powder liberally on baby’s skin after bathing, nappy change, and before bedtime.
Even though the ingredients are all natural based, it cools very effectively, while retaining the softness and not harming my kiddo's skin! In-fact we've made it the powder for the entire family this summer. Now my li'l one runs around and plays and has fun without getting irritated by rashes and inflammation! Ofcourse, it's very important that they remain hydrated throughout the day, and don't skip bath time. Happy Summers to all!