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Baby born with wheatish skin. Will her skin color change if given oil massage and good food?

hi i am blessed with girl baby, now 2 months old, she born with dark wheatish, will her colour change / turned white in future if we give good body massage with almond oil, olive oil etc... as well giving good food. kindly suggest feeding / food style for a baby on month on month. on which month we can start solid food to baby & what kind of food if give will turned her dark wheatish complexion to fair & is it possible. kindly suggest.....
Asked On : Mon, 12 Nov 2012
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Pediatrician 's  Response
first and foremost you should not worry about the colour of your baby at this point of time. because its too early to predict the final complexion of your baby as it will change over the period of time.
you can use whatever oil olive or almond or coconut, none ve much effect on the final complexion of skin.
but if you are really anxious about the complexion of your baby let her grow a bit, build her character, then there are many skin and beauty clinics you can consult regarding this.
regarding nutrition, at present breast milk is best and complete nutrition for your baby for almost 6 months of age. after that you have to gradually shift to home made from semisolid to solid gradually. the detailed plan of feeding can be discussed as your child approaches 6 months but currently you have to breast feed your baby exclusively.
Answered: Wed, 14 Nov 2012
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Ayurveda Specialist Dr. Sagar Mhatre's  Response
Breast feeding and oil massage, gives good health , skin luster, muscle tone, good growth and development etc.
skin color does not change,,,its natural onl

Answered: Wed, 14 Nov 2012
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