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Pregnancy, giving birth, first months with baby, early childhood… Becoming parents is quite an adventure and raises many questions! Mustela shares tips and advice to help care for yourself, your baby and your family, day after day. 

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Atopic skin

Understanding and preventing atopy

Atopic dermatitis: how can you prevent its appearance?

Atopic skin

Understanding and preventing atopy

Atopic dermatitis: how can you prevent its appearance?

Atopic-prone skin, also called atopic dermatitis, affects one child in five.1, but atopic doesn’t mean atypical. If the signs of this eczema are unpleasant (red...

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Atopic skin

Understanding and preventing atopy

Challenge the stereotypes

Atopic skin

Understanding and preventing atopy

Challenge the stereotypes

Atopic-prone skin, also called atopic dermatitis, affects one child in five.1, but atopic doesn’t mean atypical. If the signs of this eczema are unpleasant (red...

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Atopic skin

Understanding and preventing atopy

Does my baby have atopic-prone skin?

Atopic skin

Understanding and preventing atopy

Does my baby have atopic-prone skin?

Atopic-prone skin, also called atopic dermatitis, affects one child in five.1, but atopic doesn’t mean atypical. If the signs of this eczema are unpleasant (red...

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Atopic skin

Understanding and preventing atopy

Frequently asked questions

Atopic skin

Understanding and preventing atopy

Frequently asked questions

Atopic-prone skin, also called atopic dermatitis, affects one child in five.1, but atopic doesn’t mean atypical. If the signs of this eczema are unpleasant (red...

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Atopic skin

Understanding and preventing atopy

Glossary

Atopic skin

Understanding and preventing atopy

Glossary

Atopic-prone skin, also called atopic dermatitis, affects one child in five.1, but atopic doesn’t mean atypical. If the signs of this eczema are unpleasant (red...

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Atopic skin

Understanding and preventing atopy

How to care for atopic-prone skin?

Atopic skin

Understanding and preventing atopy

How to care for atopic-prone skin?

Atopic-prone skin, also called atopic dermatitis, affects one child in five.1, but atopic doesn’t mean atypical. If the signs of this eczema are unpleasant (red...

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Atopic skin

Understanding and preventing atopy

Treating atopic dermatitis: can it improve or disappear?

Atopic skin

Understanding and preventing atopy

Treating atopic dermatitis: can it improve or disappear?

Atopic-prone skin, also called atopic dermatitis, affects one child in five.1, but atopic doesn’t mean atypical. If the signs of this eczema are unpleasant (red...

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Atopic skin

Understanding and preventing atopy

True/false

Atopic skin

Understanding and preventing atopy

True/false

Atopic-prone skin, also called atopic dermatitis, affects one child in five.1, but atopic doesn’t mean atypical. If the signs of this eczema are unpleasant (red...

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Atopic skin

Understanding and preventing atopy

What is it atopic-prone skin exactly?

Atopic skin

Understanding and preventing atopy

What is it atopic-prone skin exactly?

Atopic-prone skin, also called atopic dermatitis, affects one child in five.1, but atopic doesn’t mean atypical. If the signs of this eczema are unpleasant (red...

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We always give priority to ingredients of natural origins.

We also use exclusively safe yet efficient ingredients, with restrictions that go beyond the European regulation - already known as one of the strictest and safest in the world.

Do you know your baby's skin type?

Mustela researchers have scientifically proven that it exists 4 different baby's skin types.

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