Better Sleep for You and Your Baby

In the beginning, the day and night rhythm is often switched around with your baby – This is totally normal! It’s safe to say that your baby will not sleep through the night in the first few months. In fact, some babies only sleep well after a year, and sleep schedules will differ from child

Give us a Try! Introducing Our New Sampling Plan.

What’s Inside: Infant Duo This one goes out to the itty bitties out there – Our Infant Duo includes two of our most loved treatment products: NAIF Nurturing Cream and NAIF Diaper Cream. More emollient than our NAIF Softening Body Lotion, the Nurturing Cream is formulated with a nourishing set of active ingredients to help

Everything you need to know about SPF

What to apply If are you standing in front of a shelf full of brightly colored sun creams, then you will certainly look at the Sun Protection Factor (SPF) number. But what does that actually mean? No sunscreen offers 100% protection against the sun. A high factor offers better protection, but there is little difference

What to do with Cradle Cap

What is Seborrheic Dermatitis? What rosacea for adults is cradle cap for babies. It is a mild form of seborrhoeic eczema: a thick, greasy and yellowish rash with redness and scaling of skin. It occurs on the head, eyebrows, the fold between nose and cheeks, behind the ears and on the chest. It is common

Naïf Products: What should you use, and when?

Brand New Baby: What you should use for the first few baths Your baby is born with a protective waxy layer, the vernix caseosa, which is formed in the 20th week of your pregnancy. This layer is actually very useful and can help protect against infections, so do not scrub it off in the first

What to do with Eczema – Tips for Eczema Prone Skin

What is eczema? Eczema, put simply, is an inflammation of the skin, involving dry, red spots, often with flakes. With the smallest babies, it is usually on the cheeks and bottom. In children, eczema moves to the elbows, knees, wrists, and ankles. The natural lipid barrier of the skin is less present with eczema, leading

Traveling with your baby: Tips and tricks from Naïf

Top Tips: Try to sit as far as possible in the front of the plane: In the back of the plane it is noisier, it vibrates more and is less suitable for getting off than the front. The stroller: Have you decided to check in your stroller before you go through customs? Take a baby

The Perfect Baby Massage in 8 Simple Steps

We’ve all experienced this at least once, but most likely several times — You put your baby down, only for him or her to start crying. Immediately after you pick baby back up again, the crying stops. If just picking up your baby can be so soothing for them, imagine how much they could benefit

Sunburn? We’ve got 3 tips to help!

1. Take a shower Cool down with a quick shower. Instead of an ice cold shower, go for lukewarm water. This will allow the pores of the skin open so the heat can go out. While it might be tempting, do not use any soap–This will dry the skin out even more.  2. Use aloe, lots

3 Tips to Prevent and Soothe Dry Skin

1. Use mild soaps Most of us will go (unknowingly) for harsh soaps that leave us feeling squeaky clean. However, this can cause problems for the skin, stripping away its natural oils, leaving it dry and irritable. Trade in your harsh soap for a mild one, like our gentle, tear free Cleansing Wash Gel. For