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Now that baby is on the way, you’re forced to navigate a whole new world of skincare products. And while it’s fine to have a “try and see what happens” attitude when you’re buying for your own silky skin, when it comes to baby, the less experimenting, the better. Since most of the names down this aisle are probably foreign to you, we’ll give you a little hint: Mustela.

Mustela has been around for more than 60 years, which means there’s a good chance your mom knows about it, and that her mom knows about it too. The brand’s got some of the most innovative products in the baby skincare industry, but it also sources most of its key active ingredients for its baby and mama products from plants.

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This week, Mustela’s got a bunch of goodies (worth more than $100!) ready to give away to one lucky Well Rounded NY reader, including the Mustela Bebe Bathtime Bubbles Set for baby, the Stretch Marks Survival Kit for mama and Dermo Soothing Wipes for both of you.

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