A unique product range for your newborn’s sensitive skin!

A unique product range for your newborn’s sensitive skin!

Because a newborn’s skin is vulnerable, dehydrated and still maturing, it needs protection, gentleness, comfort and safety. BIODERMA has used its dermatological expertise to benefit paediatrics by offering an extra safe and extra gentle hygiene range for babies. All products are specifically formulated in accordance with the ABCDerm Dermatological Safety Commitment to respect the delicate skin of babies and young children.

A unique product range for your newborn’s sensitive skin!

ABCDerm Moussant

ABCDerm Gel Moussant is a gentle soap –free cleansing gel for babies. It is high-safety and high-tolerance mild soap-free cleansing gel for the sensitive and fragile skin of babies and children. Its mild, non-abrasive cleansing base respects the skin and hair balance of all skin types, even the most fragile.

ABCDerm Shampooing

ABCDerm Shampoo gently cleanses the delicate scalps of children. Its cleansing base contains mild surfactants which respect the natural hair balance of children and provide very good skin and eye tolerance. Hair becomes silky and easy to detangle.

ABCDerm Huile douceur

ABCDerm Huile douceur is a relaxing and nourishing massage and/or bath oil which soothes it and wraps it in softness. It nourishes and strengthens the skin barrier, leaving it relaxed for a cuddly moment with mom.

ABCDerm H20 Lingettes

A cleansing water that respects the fragility of sensitive skin with extremely convenient wipes. It respects the skin balance of all skin, even the most fragile. They effectively cleanse in just one easy step and provide a pleasant sensation of freshness to your baby’s skin. 


·         ABCDerm Gel Moussant (200ml) – AED 38
·         ABCDerm Shampooing (200ml) – AED 48
·         ABCDerm Huile Douceur (200ml) – AED 69
·         ABCDerm H20 Lingettes  (60 wipes) – AED 39

A unique product range for your newborn’s sensitive skin!Love,

Naz ♥

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