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Do You Know What You’re Putting on Your Baby?

Your baby’s skin is smooth, soft, and highly delicate. “A baby’s skin is thinner and has less hair, so it’s more fragile than yours,” says Pamela Jakubowicz, MD, dermatologist at Montefiore Medical Center and assistant clinical professor at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. So how you care for your baby’s skin is very important. Here are some guidelines for keeping your baby’s skin healthy.

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