The primary objective of this study is to investigate the effectiveness of a standardized
skin care regimen using a milk lotion once daily and a bathing addendum as needed during the
first 52 weeks of life on the development of atopic Dermatitis (AD) compared to no structured
skin care regimen in infants with atopic predisposition. Secondary objectives are to
investigate the influence of a structured skin care regimen on the development of AD in the
second year of life and the skin barrier function up to the infants' age of 2 years.