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Baby skin : Good habits

Released by Dr. Florence Poli the 2019-06-21
Baby skin : Good habits

Naturally dry, baby skin tends to become more fragile when exposed to various aggressions, especially hard water, but also repeated bathing with overly harsh products which can alter and damage the skin.

In order to protect the sensitive skin of babies, use a surgras, soap-free, pH-neutral cleanser for their daily bath.

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