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LOS ANGELES - Dabble & Dollop, creators of natural, USA-made children's bath & body products, has launched of their new Dabble Ducky line of infant & baby face and neck wipes.

Designed for infant skin, eczema-prone skin, and dry or irritated skin, the wipes are fragrance-free, essential-oil free, and feature the company's proprietary Beta-Baby beta-glucan ingredient. Beta Baby nourishes the stratum corneum (the outer-most layer of skin), helps reduce redness, irritation, and assists in soothing even the most sensitive skin types.

Created by Dabble & Dollop founder, Stephanie Leshney, a 20+ year veteran of the cosmetic and personal care ingredients space, Dabble Ducky products feature 10 or fewer ingredients and, in addition to being vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free, and cruelty-free, underwent rigorous testing with third-party laboratories to ensure they are Certified Tear-Free, ultra-mild, and infant safe. The product line's austere formulations highlight the company's "Less is More" ethos.

"Having sold ingredients for over two decades, I know all too well that most brands load up their products with unnecessary fillers designed to appease marketers, not improve efficacy," stated Ms. Leshney. "Our focus was to support the delicate infant skin barrier while using a minimal number of components. We omitted fragrance, essential oils, and any other ingredient that did not directly improve our product's function or safety," she concluded.

Dabble Ducky's key innovation is the use of its Beta-Baby beta-glucan ingredient. Beta-glucan is clinically proven to help soothe and protect skin – and infant skin can be 20% - 30% thinner than child or adult skin. Beta Baby boosts short and long-term hydration and helps maintain the integrity of this critical skin barrier.


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