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9 golden rules for choosing a childminder

As maternity leave comes to an end, many parents choose a childminder to look after their baby. But how do you find the right one? Check out our tips to help you find that one-in-a-million person who will be able to look after your little one (almost) as well as you!

8 tips for choosing a good live-in nanny

When the time comes to choose child care for your baby, a live-in nanny offers some significant advantages: they are constantly available for your child, allow them to maintain the same routine and familiar environment, and mean that you don’t need to pick your child up on the way home from work. But then there is the issue of finding the perfect candidate! Check out our advice to ensure that your search for a nanny doesn’t turn into an uphill battle.

Eco-design of Mustela Bébé products

When your business involves designing products for babies, it goes without saying that you should adhere to the principles of sustainable development. For a number of years now, Mustela has been committed to reducing the environmental impact of its products throughout their life cycles and by 2015, all new Mustela products will be eco-designed. Come with us for an overview of the various initiatives that are already under way!

Flying with your baby

This summer, there’s a chance you’ll be flying with your baby for the first time. Travelling by air with a small child is easier than you might think - especially if you’re well organised! Try our family-proof tips and make air travel a breeze.

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?

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