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Best Natural Creams for Weeping Baby Eczema

Eczema can sometimes break out in blisters that ooze or “weep” clear fluid. This weeping eczema is especially vulnerable to infections. Bacteria like Staphylococcus aureus can sneak into the cracks in the skin’s protective barrier and turn that clear fluid into infected pus. Small areas of weeping eczema from colonization can usually be treated at home naturally, and will probably…

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Best Washes & Shampoos for Babies with Eczema

Many pediatricians and dermatologists recommend that parents’ bathe their baby every other day, preferably with just plain water to allow the natural oils and good bacteria to thrive on the baby’s skin which in turn will help strengthen their skin’s immune system. This is especially true for children suffering from eczema who have extremely sensitive skin. When choosing the best baby…

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Best Sunscreens for Babies & Kids with Eczema

Babies are delicate little creatures, which is why they need their own special kind of sun protection when they are outside. On top of that, babies with eczema are more vulnerable to the sun’s damaging rays and have more challenges finding sunscreens that work for their skin. Most dermatologists, don’t recommend using sunscreen on newborn babies. Newborn babies should be…

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Helpful Tips for Better Sleep for Babies with Eczema

As parents with babies with eczema, we feel that taking care of our little one’s skin is a 24-7 job. That’s because eczema is more than just sensitive skin. Eczema begins on the scalp, forehead, ears, neck, cheeks, or in the crooks behind elbows or knees. And it doesn’t stop here. Baby then begins wiggling a lot and rubbing their…

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How to Properly Apply Topical Probiotics for Eczema

Eczema is a debilitating, distressing and quite common condition especially in babies and children. To find a solution that would be natural, safe and effective, yet with no side effects would be a real result and would help thousands of people. That’s why we are super excited about the topical effects of probiotics as more and more experts back friendly bacteria over…

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Do Babies with Eczema Have Allergies?

Food Allergy It is important to understand that food does not cause eczema nor does food cause allergy. The symptoms of allergy are caused when the immune system reacts to food as though it were a threat to the health of the body. Allergic reactions can cause a worsening of eczema symptoms, coughing, sneezing, wheezing, and, in severe instances, anaphylaxis (life-threatening…

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Topical Probiotics: The New and Natural Remedy for Eczema

Despite their tiny size, bacteria play an important role in eczema and in the overall health of the skin. Beyond the frequent skin infections associated with severe eczema, there is the even more important idea that colonizing bacteria residing on the skin may also directly drive inflammation. Studies have found that in eczema skin, the balance of bacteria on the skin is…

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The Potential Effects of Eczema on a Baby

Although eczema affects the skin, it is not just skin-deep. This skin disorder can have a serious impact on a baby’s overall health and well-being if not treated immediately and managed properly. A baby suffering from eczema is the ultimate feeling of lack of control for a parent because it breaks your heart to see them suffer and not be able…

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What is Eczema and Why Does My Baby Have it?

Eczema (atopic dermatitis) is inflammation of the skin. It is a skin disorder that is not contagious. There are several types of eczema but all types of eczema cause itching and redness on the skin. The main symptom is itching. Eczema is regarded as the most common skin disease of childhood. The number of people with eczema is rising and has…

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Itch Busters to Help with Scratching and Discomfort

Eczema skin is itchy, very itchy. Eczema is often referred to “the itch you can’t scratch”. While, scratching is a natural reaction to itching, it can make complications more likely and the itching worse. Also, scratching can leave superficial wounds on the skin that may become infected. Unfortunately, it is near impossible not to scratch because scratching generates another sensation of…

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