Infant Skin: Caring for Compromised Conditions


The skin is a complex and dynamic organ able to perform several physiological functions. The primary function is to provide a physical barrier that maintains an adequate level of hydration while protecting the body from exogenous substances such as bacteria, allergens and pollution. Moreover, the skin provides protection from UV rays, regulates body temperature and is involved in all sensory perception.

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