The intermittent weather can cause a health or skin problem for some of us. For my family and with the cold weather these days, we usually end up having asthma. So, since I know the cycle, I usually take out the diffuser and essential oils. Our skin also becomes super dry. Since we’re not fond of using lotions, the soaps we use must counteract the dryness.
If you have a little one, the ever-changing weather makes it quite a challenge. Just imagine, if adults can suffer from dry skin, what more with a baby or a toddler? The cold weather makes their skin dry while too much heat causes sun damage. We cannot control the weather, but we can control what we put on our children’s skin.
Oilatum, a globally trusted skincare brand, has recently launched ProtectKnowlogy Bath Time Summit to empower mothers like me to show their love through healthy skin. This summit is part of STADA’s game plan to help improve healthcare in the Philippines by providing quality products to the Filipinos such as Oilatum.
“With Oilatum, we believe that high-quality skincare for toddlers is within reach. We know this would be great news to Filipino moms, and, as the brand promise says, another amazing way to show their love to their child” shared Mr. Gary Clark, APAC Regional Head of STADA.
Held last February 6, Thursday at Shangri-la The Fort in Taguig, it was a fun learning event for moms on keeping their kids’ skin healthy! It was also intended to help kids build their confidence by having soft, smooth, and healthy skin.
We learned more about skincare and its effects on children through guest dermatologist and psychiatrist. Oilatum invited Dr. Wilsie Salas-Walinsundin, a pediatric dermatologist and she discussed common pediatric skin conditions and what could be done to avoid and treat them. Dr.Antonio Sision, on the other hand, shared his expertise on the psychiatric effects of skin problems on children and maternal mental health.
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