Keeping baby’s skin well hydrated and protected

Could anything be softer than a baby’s skin? What mum doesn’t love to caress her little one’s skin, covering it with kisses? That silky softness that we adore also signals the immaturity of the skin barrier, however; that is why proper daily moisturizing is essential for strengthening and protecting baby’s skin.

First trip to the mountains

Winter is nearly here and perhaps you’re dreaming of a family holiday in the snow. But is baby prepared for the mountains? It’s an environment that offers lots of exciting discoveries for a young child, but also some specific climatic characteristics, with less oxygen, drier and colder air, lower atmospheric pressure and harsher sunlight. An update on what precautions to take and rules to follow for a safe and enjoyable time!

Your baby’s health record

All parents in France are familiar with their baby’s health record: the little booklet that is given to you on the birth of your child, in the maternity unit, at the town hall or at the mother-and-child welfare center. Provided free of charge and compulsory up to the age of 16, it is intended to keep track of your baby’s medical history from birth through to adolescence. But are you sure you know everything about its purpose and what it contains?

Brushing your baby’s teeth for the first time


If your baby has their first teeth, you need to start taking care of them immediately! When it comes to dental health, get into the right habit as soon as possible to avoid tooth decay and keep teeth in good shape.