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Minerva Pediatrica 2005 December;57(6):411-8

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Effects after daily use of washing products on infants aged 0-52 weeks

Noviello M. R.


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Aim. This paper evaluates the parents and medical satisfaction in the daily use of some bath products on 606 newborns/infants, during a randomized controlled trial.
Methods. All the subjects recruited were randomly allocated to one group. All children daily used Johnson's Baby products for 8 weeks.
Results. Parents increased satisfaction level during the study, and pediatricians declared that the products used were without secondary effects on the body skin of newborn children, especially in 186 newborns (92 female plus 94 male) aged 0-4 weeks.
Conclusion. These results suggest that the products used are indicated in daily wash use from the first days of life.

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