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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.

On the way to clean and dry

Becoming clean and dry is an important stage for small children: gradually leaving nappies behind and learning to manage your natural needs is a step on the way to growing up. In most cases, it is an entirely natural process: eight out of 10 children become clean and dry of their own accord. Read our tips to support your child’s development as effectively as possible!

A specialist product to protect your baby from UV rays

Are you planning a mountain holiday with your baby? Don't forget to bring a tube of Mustela Solaire very high-protection Sun lotion with you so you can safely enjoy sunshine in the peaks: practical and extremely effective, this new-generation product protects your child's skin from UV rays and preserves their cell stock.

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New 1>2>3 Vitamin Barrier Cream (prevents, relieves, repairs): The skincare routine that changes everything

Fragile and delicate, your baby's bottom is exposed to constant stresses and can easily become irritated. After 10 years of research and fundamental discoveries about babies' skin, Mustela has revolutionized skin care for the diaper area with its new 1>2>3 Vitamin Barrier Cream: a product with unprecedented levels of efficacy which prevents, relieves and repairs irritations and redness in the diaper area.

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