Soothe and calm your baby's problematic skin with our range of products with mild formulations from brands that generations of parents have trusted. From emollient balms and cleansing gels, to moisturisers and repair creams, we have everything you need to get your baby's skin back to normal and feeling healthy.
- Mustela Gel Arnica & Calendula Bio 100mlSpecial Price £11.96 Regular Price £14.95
- Mustela Stelatopia Skin Soothing Pajamas 12-24 monthsSpecial Price £23.99 Regular Price £29.99
- Mustela Stelatopia Skin Soothing Pajamas 6-12 monthsSpecial Price £23.99 Regular Price £29.99
- Mustela Stelatopia Emollient Face Cream 40mlSpecial Price £8.20 Regular Price £10.25
- Mustela Stelatopia Cleansing Gel 200mlSpecial Price £9.20 Regular Price £11.50
- Bioderma Atoderm Intensive Ultra-Soothing Balm 200mlSpecial Price £11.60 Regular Price £14.50
- Mustela Stelatopia Emollient Balm 200mlSpecial Price £12.76 Regular Price £15.95
- Mustela Stelatopia Emollient Cream 200mlSpecial Price £11.96 Regular Price £14.95
- La Roche-Posay Lipikar Baume AP+M 200mlSpecial Price £11.05 Regular Price £13.00
- La Roche-Posay Lipikar Baume AP+M 400mlSpecial Price £17.00 Regular Price £20.00
- Bioderma Atoderm Intensive Ultra-Soothing Balm 500mlSpecial Price £16.40 Regular Price £20.50Out of stock
- La Roche-Posay Lipikar Lait 400mlSpecial Price £16.58 Regular Price £19.50Out of stock
- Mustela Cicastela Repairing Cream 40mlSpecial Price £7.96 Regular Price £9.95Out of stock
All you need to know about Atopic-Prone Skin
What causes atopic dermatitis in babies?
There are many causes of atopic dermatitis in young babies, including stress, allergic reactions, infections, feeling too hot, dry skin and irritation from products or clothing/nappies. You should consult your GP if you think your baby has recurring atopic dermatitis, as they can offer advice on how to treat your baby.
What is atopic dermatitis?
Atopic dermatitis is usually a chronic condition that can cause scaly, dry and itchy skin. It can be caused by a dysfunction of the outermost layer of the skin, allergies, genetics, or irritation. It is typical for babies with atopic dermatitis to show signs in their first year of their life, and most children's symptoms improve by the time they reach the age of five. There is no cure for the condition, but it can be managed with creams and lotions.
My child won't stop scratching the affected areas – what should I do?
If your child keeps scratching at the itchy areas, this could cause the skin to become thickened, and it could also crack, which may lead to scarring or infection. Apply lotion liberally to the affected areas to keep them as moisturised as possible. If you feel your lotion isn't working properly, consult your GP.
What are the symptoms of atopic dermatitis?
Look out for scaly, dry and red skin, small bumps on the skin, redness and swelling, thick and hard patches of skin and general sensitivity and discomfort, as these symptoms all indicate atopic dermatitis.