Baby Skin: A Leading Dermatologist's Guide to Infant and Childhood Skin Care

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Clarkson Potter, 1991 - Family & Relationships - 180 pages
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Baby Skin: A Leading Dermatologist's Guide to Infant and Childhood Skin Care is the first medical guide to keeping your child's skin healthy and beautiful, written by a nationally recognized authority on skin care and treatment.
 
Part one details essential information on basic care: 
* Bathing your baby--the best techniques and products, from cleanser and lotions to shampoos
* Moisturizers and when to use them
* The most effective diapers--cloth versus disposables and the new ultras
* The importance of adequate sun protection
 
Part two tackles advance skin problems with diagnosis and treatment:
* Rashes, eczemas, and psoriasis
* Bug bites and fungi
* Birthmarks, moles, warts, and other growths
* Bacterial and viral infections
* Care of hair and nails
* Melanomas and the latest development in surgery

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Novick, a professor of dermatology, divides this book into two sections. In "Basic Care,'' he addresses techniques and products for bathing a baby, including soaps, shampoos, diapers, powders, and ... Read full review

Contents

Babying That Precious Skin
3
Sun Protection 1
13
DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT
21
Copyright

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