Eczema in babies and small children is referred to as Infantile Atopic Eczema and usually begins between the ages of 3 and 6 months. Characteristically, a rash develops on the cheeks, forehead and scalp which then spreads to other areas. [Read more...]
Eczema is a chronic skin condition. Its symptoms can range from a small itchy patch to larger, oozing blisters. Sounds yummy, doesn’t it? Many times the symptoms are marked with scaly dry skin that flakes off. [Read more...]
What is Eczema? There are many different types of eczema caused by a number of different factors. However, some or all of the following symptoms are experienced by the eczema sufferer:- itchiness, dryness, redness, weeping, swelling and blistering of the skin.
As a mom, you need to understand that baby skin is very delicate and more sensitive than adult skin. The outer layer is thinner and holds less moisture, thereby offering less protection. Because of this, babies are prone to several very common skin conditions. A baby’s skin needs to be treated specially – always gently with gentle products. [Read more...]