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Insight of the Day: Gen Alpha is more interested in skincare than toys. A dermatologist explains the issue

Gen Alpha is the generation of children born after 2010, and according to a dermatologist, they are showing more interest in skincare products than toys. This shift in consumer behavior among children has raised concerns about the impact of skincare products on their young skin.

Dermatologist Dr. Tanya Laidlaw explains that skincare products targeting children often contain harsh ingredients that may not be suitable for their delicate skin. She emphasizes the importance of using gentle, fragrance-free products for children to avoid skin irritation and allergic reactions.

Parents should be cautious when introducing skincare products to their children and opt for products specifically formulated for children's skin. It is essential to read ingredient labels and consult with a dermatologist if there are any concerns about the safety of a product.

Overall, while Gen Alpha's interest in skincare is growing, it is crucial to prioritize the health and well-being of their skin by choosing safe and gentle products.

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