Normal Baby Skin

Normal baby skin is soft, supple and silky to the touch. It has no irregularities or obvious signs of dryness or sensitivity. Know more about your baby's skin type.


Dry Baby Skin

Dry infant skin tends to peel, is rough to the touch and not as soft. Know more about your baby's dry skin.


Atopic Prone Baby Skin

Atopic prone baby skin is extremely dry, itchy, and may regularly develop rough red patches, especially on the face, folds of the skin (neck, elbows, back of the knees) and extremities (hands, wrists, ankles). Atopic dermatitis can be hereditary. It is best to visit a doctor to know if your baby is diagnosed with atopic prone skin.

The secret of babies' skin

Mustela uncovers the mysteries of baby's skin.

Mustela has discovered a closely guarded secret at the heart of babies’ skin: a precious wealth of original cells that represent its true source of life.