With the unique skin-care needs that babies and little ones have, new parents are always cautious about the products they choose, worrying about skin sensitivities, unknown allergies and the like. (Not to mention how overwhelming the sheer number of products on the market can be, with very little explanation on how they work or what they do.) Atlanta-based dermatologist (and mother of two) Dr. Amy Kim  was no different. Her solution? Develop her own line of skin-care products. Two years in the making, Baby Pibu includes eight products, each of which has been clinically tested by board-certified dermatologists, with several (Bathtime Wash, Baby Butter and ­Hydrating Ointment) also recognized with the National Eczema Association’s Seal of Acceptance. While the products are packed full of soothing, moisturizing, naturally derived ingredients, parents will appreciate what’s not in them — namely potentially harmful parabens, phthalates and sodium laurel sulfate. Also absent are potential allergens like soy, dairy and peanuts, just in case baby may have an unknown sensitivity. For moms who need a bit of everything, the Newborn Essentials Skincare Kit comes with one of each item, a soft-bristle brush and six cards of instructions and skin-care tips, designed to help keep a little one’s skin soft as a baby’s … well, you know.