Live Q&A with Dr. JJ Levenstein of MD Moms

Got questions on taking care of your baby’s ultra-delicate skin? Get answers straight from the expert by joining us on Facebook on Wednesday, February 13, from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. PST. We’ll be hosting a live Q&A session with Dr. JJ Levenstein, president and co-founder of MD Moms, the first personal care line for babies developed by pediatrician-moms.

Drawing upon her experience as a mother and expertise as a board-certified pediatrician, Dr. Levenstein, together with Dr. Diane Truong, created MD Moms, a skin care brand committed to providing babies and their parents with the most innovative, luxurious, gentle and thoughtfully developed products on the market. For this, the brand uses only the finest food-grade and pharmaceutical-grade ingredients, manufactured in small batches and in an FDA-certified clean room facility, to ensure the purity and quality of its products.

Aside from serving as a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, Dr. Levenstein is also a regular contributor to several parenting websites. She was voted one of the Best Doctors in America from 2004 through 2012, and is also recognized as one of the Top Pediatricians designated by The Leading Physicians of the World 2012.

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to get professional answers to your burning questions! Get valuable tips on how to take care for your baby’s skin season after season, and know more about common skin conditions and concerns: what they are, what to do, and when to call the doctor. During the live Q & A, we’ll also be giving away a total of 6 prizes (1 every 10 minutes), which include an assortment of products from MD Moms! To join the Q&A and be considered for the giveaway, simply use hashtag #MDMOMS when you post your question on our Facebook wall from 12-1pm PST on Wednesday, February 13th.

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*The content in this Q&A is for informational use only and does not constitute a doctor/patient relationship.  Consult your personal physician for any medical questions or concerns.

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