If there’s one thing I know about babies, it’s that they have the softest skin ever. It’s so soft that you can’t help but want to squish them to your heart’s content (DON’T!). The reason their skin is so soft is that it’s about 30% thinner than adults’, making it more sensitive and reactive to common allergens.
Babies and toddlers are prone to skin disorders throughout their first few years of life due to their sensitive skin. So it is critical that parents take adequate care of their babies’ skin in order to prevent the development of skin disorders in the long run. Thankfully, Mustela’s Very Sensitive Skin line, which may be used on your baby from birth, can prevent those conditions from emerging, leaving your baby happy and fuss-free!
Mustela’s Very Sensitive Skin range moisturises, soothes, and protects your child’s skin while reducing the appearance of skin irritation. The nourishing product contains Avocado Perseose, which protects, reinforces, and hydrates your child’s fragile skin barrier; and Schizandra, a berry extract that calms, while improving the skin’s appearance.
Mustela’s Very Sensitive Skin Range
Mustela Soothing Cleansing Gel
Mustela Soothing Cleansing Gel is an all-in-one cleanser that cleans your child’s hair and body, while also soothing their skin. The Cleansing Gel aids in alleviating tingling and tightness, which are often symptoms of extremely sensitive skin.
Mustela Soothing Moisturising Lotion
Mustela Soothing Moisturising Lotion is a light, silky, and comfortable infant body lotion that protects and soothes sensitive, rashy, or reactive skin. This lotion absorbs quickly, to provide immediate and long-lasting hydration, while also acting as a protective second skin for your infant.
Mustela Soothing Moisturizing Cream (Face)
This fragrance-free moisturising face cream gives instant and long-lasting moisture to fragile infant skin. Its soft second-skin texture protects babies’ skin from daily environmental stress and makes application a relaxing, delightful experience.
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