Mustela AUSTRALIA, the skincare expert for babies and mothers-to-be

  • Cosmetics of natural origin
  • Eco-friendly products
  • A committed, B Corp certified family business
  • A 96% French production
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Avocado perseose®, a patented natural ingredient

Avocado perseose®, a patented natural ingredient

Mustela researchers at Laboratoires Expanscience have identified that Avocado Perseose®, a natural active ingredient, meets the specific needs of baby and child skin.

This unique patented ingredient hydrates and helps the development of a baby’s fragile and immature skin barrier, with optimum efficacy and tolerance. It is used in the formulation of all Mustela baby-child products.

The Avocado Perseose® is extracted from inedible co-products, sourced from responsible supply chains.

What are our products made of?

We always give priority to ingredients of natural origins.

We also use exclusively safe yet efficient ingredients, with restrictions that go beyond the European regulation - already known as one of the strictest and safest in the world.

Do you know your baby's skin type?

Mustela researchers have scientifically proven that it exists 4 different baby's skin types.

Delicately soft and supple, dry and rough, very sensitive or prone to Eczema, ... what is your baby's skin type?

Beautiful and perfect, yet so fragile...

As beautiful as it is in appearance, your baby’s skin remains very fragile!

From birth on, even if perfectly normal, baby’s skin needs specific daily hydration and long-lasting protection.

Nappy change: the skin care products you need

At each nappy change, a thorough cleaning with natural and high-tolerance products and the application of a nappy cream are two key steps for your baby’s hygiene and well-being.

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