Is Baby Rash Common OK or not Tutorial by EczemaBlues
Today’s tutorial is to help parents figure out baby rash, which are common and OK, and which isn’t There are common baby’s rash that are OK, and will go away on its own In fact, I remembered after the delivery of my baby, at discharge time I was handed a note from the to say that among the items of ‘Do not Worry’, rashes is one of them but it turned out my baby has eczema and it is definitely not OK to leave it untreated To give credit to the , there are rashes that are ok, for instance, baby acne.
Baby acne is due to hormone changes appearing as red bumps that will clear on its own all you have to do is gently clean the baby’s face The other common baby rash is milia which is tiny white bumps which is found under the baby’s skin, only gentle cleansing is needed the other common baby rash is heat rash also known as prickly rash which appear as small.
Red spots. Heat rash is common in hot humid weather like in Singapore this because of the underdeveloped sweat glands of the baby, which get blocked, aggravated by occlusion from wearing clothes and blanket and therefore it’s important to dress the child in light clothing and to keep the child cool. Another common baby rash is cradle cap.
This can appear as crust, due to overproduction of sebum or oil in the scalp and affect children 6 months and below it can either be on the eyebrow scalp or behind the ears The over production of oil in glands causes the crusting what you have to do is to choose a non fragrance oil like coconut or olive oil.
Put on the crust to allow it to soften and maybe about 20 to 30 minutes later brush the crust off the scalp, then shampoo the baby using a cradle cap shampoo, my mistake was leaving the crust for too long because I was too tired caring for the eczema and since the cradle cap does not disturb the child I left it alone for too long and when I.
Have energy to remove them and then, a lot of hair fell with the crust the other mistake I made was leaving fragrance olive oil overnight Diaper rash is another common baby rash basically anything left on the skin for too long will result in a hypersensitive reaction the diaper rash is not eczema but a form of irritant contact dermatitis. The urine that is in contact with the baby’s skin for too long.
Has the potential to trigger rash and in this case the faeces the watery stool and urine remained in contact with the skin for too long Air the baby’s bottom Gentle clean the skin or apply barrier cream to create an additional layer between irritant and skin The baby rash that my daughter has is eczema affecting 20 percent of children worldwide.
At Home with Your Newborn Skin Conditions
At home with your newborn: Skin conditions It is not uncommon for babies to get skin rashes. rashes can look different on different baby skin As a parent, you may not know if the rash is something to worry about. remember that you can always call your baby’s s office in and ask to speak with the nurse if you’re concerned. Some rashes are more commonly seen during the first few months of life.
Let’s look at the rashes that are more common at birth. Jaundice Jaundice is commonly seen within a few days at birth. It appears as a yellowing of the skin, lips, and eyes. Many babies go home from the with a little bit of Jaundice. If your baby looks more yellow in the eyes or skin, is not eating well, not making is me wet diapers, or hard to wake up, it is important to call your baby’s s office right away.
And ask to speak with the nurse. Mongolian spots these great blue patches is usually appear within the first year of life. They might look like a big bruise but they do not hurt. They may show up in your baby’s back, bottom, or legs. These spots are caused by simple differences in skin color and are perfectly harmless. They range from size with pinhead to six inches across.
Erythema Toxicum Half of all newborn babies develop this rash usually within two to three days after birth. The rash begins red and raised and can appear on the face, arms, and legs. This is the normal baby rash. It is not warm to touch and does not cause any problems. There’s nothing that needs to be done about it. It will go away within a few.
Days. White bumps called Milia Milia are small white bumps that a common on newborn skin. Milia are generally seen on the forehead, cheeks, nose, and chin. Leave them alone. They will go away on their own. Newborn Dry Skin.
Dry skin is common. Your baby was surrounded by fluid in your womb for several months. It takes a while for your baby to get used to his new surroundings. There is no need to do anything. Your baby’s dry skin will get better on its own. Cradle Cap Cradle Cap is very common. Just like its name implies, you typically see it on the scalp. Most of the time it appears in the first several weeks after birth.
It will get better on its own but may be treated if it becomes severe. Remember to call your baby’s ‘s office and ask to speak with the nurse if you think your baby’s cradle cap is getting worse. baby acne you may think that only teens and young adults get acne, but your baby may get it too. Baby Acne shows up around two to three weeks of age because of moms hormones. Pimples are harmless they won’t leave scars. Just leave them alone and keep the area clean with water only.