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Baby Eczema Skin Products And Treatments
By M Thompson
Babies are able to get infantile eczema, a form of skin inflammation that causes irritation and scratching. Baby can get it starting when they are first born. It is usually a milder case and can be treated by basic ointments. Usually a baby will outgrow eczema by the time they are two or three. However there are some cases when babies can get a more serious case of baby eczema.

You can start by using good home precautions. When giving your baby a bath, make sure that the water is luke warm or not warmer than 80 degrees. Make sure to only leave the soap and shampoo on for no more than a few minutes because it can start to affect the skin. Once your baby is finished, make sure they are completely dry and then use some baby lotion to keep their skin moist. Remember that baby skin does not absorb as fast as adults.

For the milder cases try using some of these products. Start by using baby shampoos, soaps and cleaners. Use these products in moderation since they can lead to drying out

the skin. Same thing with baby lotions, use sparingly. If your baby has a diaper rash you can use a petroleum jelly based product liked Vaseline. Probably the best and most used product is baby oil. It is good to use as baby massage oil.

Places like Gentle Naturals and Zenmed carry baby eczema skin products for purchase. Look for ingredients such as to help with irritated skin, petrolatum, dimethicone, calendula, jojoba oil, apricot oil, soybean oil and vitamins A, D, and E. Another remedy is a homemade treatment that is a natural beeswax petroleum jelly. To do this, simply melt beeswax in the microwave and add baby oil, then allow it to cool down. Once it has cooled apply to the affected areas. This will help soothe the irritation and keep natural moisture in the skin.

In more severe cases a doctor will prescribe a steroid cream like hydro cortisone. Usually these topical treatments are not recommended for kids two and younger. Please contact your doctor for questions or concerns.
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