EVERYONE loves a sheet mask these days, but this mum took it one step further by making her newborn baby one made from her breast milk.
In the video uploaded to TikTok, mum Lihn Ta shared how she made a sheet facemask for her newborn baby.
This baby’s spa days have started very youngCredit: TikTok @ahlingaling
The video uploaded to her account, ahlingaling, has been liked almost half a million times and has been shared over 8,000 times since she uploaded it.
the caption reads: “When your baby has acne and you make a breast milk mask for him.”
In the video she takes a clean, dry facemask sheet and places it in a bowl of breastmilk.
once the sheet had absorbed the breast milk, Lihn then simply places it on her baby’s face.
Like all facemasks, she leaves it on to absorb into the baby’s skin in the hopes it may help soothe his baby acne.
She wrote under the video: “I made the mask purely out of boredom and just to have a little fun. I’m a first-time mom so I’m learning things as I go.”
Many users thought it was a really cute way for mummy and baby to bond and offered reassurances to the mum about the acne.
One user wrote: “Soo cute! But the acne will pass, it’s just your hormones leaving their body it’s not like ‘our’ acne.”
Another said: “Um my heart is screaming this is too cute. Not me going to go cut up a dry wipe and do this on my 9 week old.”
A third user wrote: “Your babe is going to LOVE these photos when they are like 16 years old lol.”
One user wrote: “I need a before and after result? Define acne or is it a rashcne lol, looks like acne but is a rash, I just made that word up!”
In a separate video, Lihn responded and said that the redness did subsidies but didn’t have a clear before and after picture to show.
Other mums suggest using a muslin cloth for a similar effectCredit: TikTok @ahlingaling
Baby’s first facemask seems to have gone down a treatCredit: TikTok @ahlingaling
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