If you see a drastic change in your skin or you have symptoms that have not gotten better, make sure to consult a doctor, specifically a dermatologist. Don’t delay medical care because you think “it’s just skin.”
To protect babies from the sun rays, you need to keep your newborn out of the sun for a few months. Once they are old enough to go out, make sure to apply sunscreen and keep them in the shade. If your baby is unfortunate enough to develop a sunburn, treat it with the application of a cool cloth, and contact a pediatrician if the sunburn is severe.
Make sure to get enough sleep. How long you sleep can show on your skin. Not getting enough sleep can cause your skin to appear dull and washed-out, and cause those dark circles under the eyes. You might even break out more often. Getting plenty of sleep can give you a more radiant complexion, as well as more energy with which to face the day. Avoid exposing your skin to the sun. UV rays cause deep and lasting damage to your skin. Everyone likes to be out on sunny days, and there is no reason to stop that. Just make sure you pay attention to the amount of time you are spending outdoors.
Washing your hands with or without soap can dry them out. Always carefully dry your hands and reapply your moisturizing cream. This will help your hands remain smooth and soft. Keep a travel-size hand lotion with you so you can moisturize your hands wherever you need to wash them.