Johnson’s baby cleans up the clutter for millennial mums at exclusive event

217

Staff Report

Dubai: Johnson’s Baby cleaned up the clutter for millennial mums by arranging an exclusive event that highlighted on the delicacies of babies’ skin and also shed light on burning issues being faced by young mums.

The Baby Wipes Masterclass is a unique initiative that brought together mums from across the country to educate them about the intricacies and importance of understanding infant skin care.

With myriad skincare options on the shelves today, it’s often difficult for new and young mums to make educated decisions for their babies. Moreover, baby wipes can appear similar in effectiveness, and this can result in the misconception that each wipe does the same job.

It was the dedication and care of Johnson’s Baby that resulted in the masterclass, in order to educate influential mums and mums-to-be on the benefits of understanding your baby’s skincare needs, and providing a solution to the lack of available information on baby wipes.

“Being a first time mum is daunting. You’re overwhelmed with information, advice, and concerns. For Johnson’s Baby, it’s always been about offering valuable and accurate information, and providing products and services that bring families together and improve their lives,” said Dr. Sabih Shaikh, Head of Professional, Africa, Middle East and Turkey, Johnson and Johnson.

“The Baby Wipes Masterclass was designed to do just that. We wanted to create an open forum where millennial mums could voice their concerns, and educate themselves on the importance of correct baby skincare,” Dr. Shaikh added.

The Baby Wipe Masterclass included detailed sessions outlining the science behind Johnson’s Baby Wipes, and how they help to mitigate risk and protect skin from a baby’s first day.

Michael Sayar, Brand Manager AMET at Johnson’s Baby and Desitin, UAE, said: “ Our event was designed to bring peace of mind to mums, current and expecting, and help knowledge share so they can provide the best care for their babies’ sensitive skin.”