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Tips to keep your Black child's skin moisturized

Public service announcement! Ashy is not cute.

Our skin comes in many beautiful brown shades...but ashy isn't one of them. I've noticed that many white adoptive parents struggle to keep their Black child's skin moisturized.

Moisturizing your child's skin vital. (Let’s be real, your skin needs some extra moisture too!) Here are some quick tips to keep that brown skin, BROWN. What is your favorite way to keep skin moisturized?

•Use warm bath water, not hot bath water

•Add oil to the bath water

•Pat dry and add oil or butter on moist skin


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Kanisha is the Hair Care Coach you have been looking for, specializing in teaching white adoptive parents how to care for Black children's hair.

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