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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

Daily life with atopic skin

Are there particular food requirements in cases of eczema-prone skin?

Atopic skin

Daily life with atopic skin

Are there particular food requirements in cases of eczema-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

Daily life with atopic skin

Atopic dermatitis and holidays: rituals to be adopted

Atopic skin

Daily life with atopic skin

Atopic dermatitis and holidays: rituals to be adopted

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

Daily life with atopic skin

Atopic-prone skin: the influence of climate and the seasons on eczema ...

Atopic skin

Daily life with atopic skin

Atopic-prone skin: the influence of climate and the seasons on eczema ...

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

Daily life with atopic skin

Countryside, city, or mountainous regions: what is the impact on atopi...

Atopic skin

Daily life with atopic skin

Countryside, city, or mountainous regions: what is the impact on atopi...

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...

read the article
Atopic skin

Daily life with atopic skin

Eczema-prone skin, baby’s skin dryness: how can you talk about it at t...

Atopic skin

Daily life with atopic skin

Eczema-prone skin, baby’s skin dryness: how can you talk about it at t...

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...

read the article
Atopic skin

Daily life with atopic skin

My baby has some trouble sleeping due to his atopic-prone skin. What c...

Atopic skin

Daily life with atopic skin

My baby has some trouble sleeping due to his atopic-prone skin. What c...

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...

read the article
Atopic skin

Daily life with atopic skin

Pool, sport, playing: which activities are ok for my atopic-prone chil...

Atopic skin

Daily life with atopic skin

Pool, sport, playing: which activities are ok for my atopic-prone chil...

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...

read the article
Atopic skin

Daily life with atopic skin

What should be worn with an atopic-prone skin?

Atopic skin

Daily life with atopic skin

What should be worn with an 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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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.

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At each diaper change, a thorough cleaning with natural and high-tolerance products and the application of a diaper cream are two key steps for your baby’s hygiene and well-being.