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Study shows qualitative interviews among mothers provide valuable guidance for future research on infant skin care

Part 2 of the Paper ‘A qualitative description of participation in an eight-week infant skin integrity study’, published in the British Journal of Midwifery, showed previous positive experiences and products considered the most ‘natural’ with a limited number of ingredients, influence parental decisions associated with infant skin care products.

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