Kids' Fashion / 15 September, 2020 / My Baba
As a parent, all you want to do is protect your child. When it comes to their skin, why should this be any different? We will always encourage them to be confident and love the skin they’re in, but sometimes this can be easier said than done. If your child is prone to dry and itchy skin, there’s nothing worse than seeing them in pain or discomfort especially when they’re too young to communicate with you.
HappySkin is a range of honest, child-friendly base layer clothing that provides you with a solution to a variety of your child’s skin concerns, from sensitive or dry, to even eczema-prone skin. It’s a range of every-day wear, that’s designed to be worn next to the skin, so if your child experiences skin sensitivity, it’s time to dress them in HappySkin.
Like most parents, you probably have a cupboard full of lotions and potions at the ready to tackle any skin concerns. But let’s be truthful, how many of these creams do the same thing, and how many of them will you actually get round to using?
HappySkin is an alternative to using messy and gloopy emollients. With HappySkin you can say goodbye to creams and hello to an easy-to-use new base layer. Their range of base layer clothing has been created by DreamSkin Health Ltd, a company with 10 years’ experience in dermatology. The DreamSkin Polymer, which is coated on the HappySkin base layers, has been available on prescription for the last decade to treat moderate to severe eczema and atopic dermatitis. It works by correcting the flow of moisture and regulating the temperature of the skin reducing irritation caused by dry, sensitive and even eczema-prone skin. Parent Lisa Slade has been using HappySkin on her son Jude and had this to say: “On the days Jude wears these clothes I put less or no cream on, and he’s scratching less and less! They’re so soft too with off-set flat seems. They really seem to help soothe him. They are a brilliant find!”
Unlike regular clothing, HappySkin is designed to be worn next to the skin, acting as a barrier to provide the best possible protection. The super soft and lightweight base-layer allows children to get on with everyday adventures – uninterrupted.
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HappySkin wants all its customers to feel happy in their skin, especially the little ones. If your child does have any skin issues, your immediate response would be to try a cream and then another and probably another. However, from parent-to-parent, we know how difficult this can be. Not only is it time-consuming but messy too, and how long does the cream stay on for before it ‘accidentally’ gets rubbed off? Mum of two, Chantelle Bissett used HappySkin for her son Harry (5 months). She said: “I have taken Harry to the doctors on several occasions and we have tried so many different creams, powders and lotions, but nothing has been as effective as HappySkin. I am honestly blown away by how good these products are and would recommend them to anyone whose baby has dry or sensitive skin!”
HappySkin is designed to look good when worn on its own – but can also be worn under regular clothing too! Plus, it’s made from a tightly-knitted premium-quality TENCEL™ fabric so your child can enjoy lasting comfort.
Not only does it offer maximum protection but ultimate comfort too. The products are soft against the skin and have a snug fit, making them perfect for down-time and playtime.
Products range from ages babies 0 to 2 years and children from 3 to 10 years. Products include bodysuits, sleepsuits, tops, legging, PJs and gloves. Each item includes innovative DreamSkin Polymer Technology, which is integrated into the surface of the fabric to support the water and temperature regulation functions of the skin.
For more information visit Happy-Skin @HappySkinKids
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