Diaper Rashes in Babies and Skin Disorders
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Several common skin conditions often accompany the adaptation of newborn skin to the new reality.
Taking care of your baby’s skin means much more
Taking care of your baby’s skin isn’t just about contributing to their health. Studies show that the ritual contact that characterizes the daily moments in which you massage your baby with baby cream or bath him is essential for his growth and development and communication and learning.
The pleasant and familiar scents of Betty’s Baby Care products can improve your baby’s mood and reflexes. Touch and scent help create lasting memories, nurture your bond, and promote the development of a happy and healthy baby.
Your baby’s skin evolves.
Your baby’s skin must adapt to the transition from your uterus’ aquatic environment to the drier one after birth. This transition is not immediate, and your baby’s skin continues to develop even after birth, making her skin more delicate than yours.
Even though your baby’s skin hydrates faster than adult skin, it can dehydrate just as quickly and is, therefore, more prone to dry skin. Your baby’s immune system is still developing, so the risk of infections is also higher.
Acne affects about 20% of all children. Acne generally disappears in the first few months. Manifestations include a few pimples, white spots, or a slight rash. Pimples or spots called milia might also appear, especially on the face, nose, and chin, which do not itch and therefore do not bother the baby.
These are simply manifestations caused by the sweat glands that are not yet mature and possibly also by the hormones of pregnancy, which, however, disappear without treatment.
Although, in most cases, newborn acne is self-limiting and goes away on its own, if your baby is severely affected or if you have any concerns, contact your baby’s health care facility.
You may notice how your baby’s skin peels slightly, especially on the hands’ palms, soles of the feet and ankles in the first few days. This is an entirely typical manifestation, especially in post-term babies.
Eczema and dry skin
Many children suffer from eczema or dry skin. Learn to recognize these conditions.
Some children have so-called cradle cap or seborrheic dermatitis, a skin condition with scab-like or scaly patches on the scalp or eyebrows.
This is a widespread problem that can arise in the first few weeks of life and last for several weeks or months. Fortunately, it usually resolves entirely between 8 and 12 months.
Diaper rashes in Babies
Many babies sooner or later develop so-called diaper rash. To find out how to treat and prevent Diaper Rashes in Babies, use our Gentle Diaper Rash Cream.
While many of these skin conditions go away on their own, if you have any concerns, please contact us today + 91 9888408040 or drop us an email firstname.lastname@example.org