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Baby skin care regime – Myths busted!

Babies have very soft and delicate skin and along with other things, mothers take utmost care of it. But there are some myths about the skincare regime which we want to explain to all the beautiful mothers. So here we go! Myth 1: Bathing in milk...

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Difference between adult skin and baby skin.

An adult’s skin is usually exposed to multiple things like harsh climate, environmental changes, chemicals. that tend to have an unwanted impact on it. On the other hand, a baby's skin is delicate, tender and sensitive. The skin of an...

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Infantile Eczema All you need to know

All you need to know about Infantile Eczema.

Eczema is caused by skin inflammation and results in itchy and dry skin. Surprisingly, babies too may suffer from eczema, starting as early as when they are two months old. Eczema can be effectively treated and so, most children get completely cured....

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