Tag: infant and adult skin difference

Infant skin barrier evaluation and nursing

Medical Beauty
Research on infant skin barriers has been one of the important topics shared by obstetricians and dermatologists. After the newborn is born, it is separated from the long-term amniotic fluid soaking, leaving the mother’s relatively stable temperature environment. The skin structure and function generally take 1 to 2 years to develop to the same level as adults, so the infant’s skin is very delicate, sensitive and susceptible. Stimulate and even infect. How to properly care for infant skin is an important topic, and understanding the infant’s skin barrier is an important prerequisite for the correct implementation of relevant care measures. (more…)