After a scientific study in collaboration with the Professor Humbert of The Besançon university hospital, we found a difference between adults and children’s skin. Indeed, children’s skin has a poor-quality hydrolipidic film because, unlike adults, children do not secrete sebum. As a result, their skin is not protected and is ten times drier than that of an adult !
However, the hydrolipidic film has a very important role for the skin as it allows hydration of its surface while maintaining a deep hydration. It also helps to protect the skin against friction and maintain a balance of its flora.