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By Ratika Gupta, MD

What if your allergist told you that you could possibly prevent eczema and food allergies with two simple steps? That would be too good to be true, right? But it’s not.

Studies show that if we introduce certain allergenic foods to babies at 4-6 months of age, AND if we protect their skin with quality moisturizers, there is a good chance the child will not develop allergies.

Many products exist to help parents introduce allergenic foods to their kids. Good moisturizers are often lacking, though. Moisturizers that protect the skin must have quality ingredients such as:

  • Ceramides, which can restore and rebuild the skin barrier.
  • Petrolatum, which helps keep the moisture in the skin so your child is protected.
  • Hyaluronic acid (HA) that is broken down (hydrolyzed) into smaller molecules so it can penetrate the skin and be of more benefit.

A board-certified allergist created “bebaby,” a moisturizing baby cream with these three vital ingredients. It also has a low acidity profile which researchers agree helps keep the skin barrier healthy.

The “bebaby” cream comes in eco-friendly packaging. A portion of all proceeds are donated to Every Mother Counts, a charity that helps moms all over the world get help with maternal healthcare.

Learn more at www.thebebaby.com.


Ratika Gupta, MD is a board-certified allergist, mother and founder of bebaby.

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