Dry skin is actually fairly common for infants but under-recognized, says a recent Johnson’s Baby study. We all imagine baby’s skin to be smooth, soft and amazing to smell. To the naked eye it might not look dry. But in reality, it can be very dry and sensitive and most often moms are unable to tell until the problem becomes more serious and needs medical attention.

In a recent survey conducted by Johnson’s Baby in the Middle East, a surprising 80% of mothers did not know that their baby’s skin was dry.

Signs of a dry baby skin