MD Moms is all about hypoallergenic treatment for sensitive skin that protects from environmental damage with a critical maintenance of the skin’s natural moisture barrier.
Created by board-certified pediatricians and moms, I love all of the products MD Moms offers. I keep my Lily Jade bag packed with sunscreen wipes and all over clean wipes. In the bath, I use the baby silk all over clean on all three of my children (including my daughter who suffers from severe eczema and my newborn). It’s soap-free, sulfate-free and truly tear-free. Also on my newborn I use the gentle scrub that gets rid of cradle cap in one use without the need to scrub. In addition to products that don’t contain any parabens, sulfates, phthalates, lanolin, mineral oil, petroleum, waxes, wheat or gluten, it’s also made in the USA. See more at .
MD Moms is a Los Angeles based company that was founded by two dedicated and enthusiastic pediatricians, Diane Truong, M.D., FAAP and JJ Levenstein, M.D. FAAP. As pediatricians, they have spent over a quarter of a century caring for children and advising thousands of new parents. After hearing feedback from parents, MD Moms’ was inspired to create their Baby Silk® line in order to provide high quality, hypoallergenic, effective skin and bath products for infants and children; they like-wise saw a need to pay it forward by creating a children’s charity of the year and committing to increase awareness of children’s causes and creating a stream of income to help support the charity. “The MD Moms are dedicated to helping children at large through a variety of efforts, and this partnership exemplifies the goals of both our company, and those of United Cerebral Palsy Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties (UCPLA) - to help build and sustain ability in children with abilities of all types." states MD Moms co-founder, JJ Levenstein.
Dr. Ronald S. Cohen, President and Chief Executive Officer of UCPLA explains, “When Dr. JJ and MD Moms approached UCPLA about working together with our UCPlay Project, we saw it as a unique opportunity for our organizations to align our missions for the benefit of students with autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome and other developmental disabilities, who overcome incredible challenges every day.” The alliance will give UCPlay Project and MD Moms the ability create a social media platform to build an online community for children with special needs, their parents and their teachers to increase awareness, highlight resources, and interactively share information.