Eczema (atopic dermatitis)

Eczema is a common skin condition which affects babies, young children and adults. Eczema is commonly found in many forms - from mild to one that causes dreadful itch, disfigurement, discomfort and distress. The most common type of eczema is atopic, which is usually inherited. Baby eczema is seen as patches on the baby's skin, often during their first few months. Eczema most often occurs on baby's cheeks, and at the joints of their legs and arms. Eczema can be easily confused with cradle ca ..

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Baby Skin Conditions

The human skin acts as a barrier that protect against all sorts of elements, from sun to bacteria, but it takes a year for the epidermis function effectively. That is why; babies are most likely to get rashes during the first year. Babies develop a mild range of skin conditions during the first few months of life. These include diaper rash, cradle cap, infantile acne, toxic erythema, milia and others. Some of them are caused by immature pores or normal hormonal changes, while others are cau ..

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