Eczema can make your kid’s skin appear red, itchy, irritated and dry. Some tips include bathing with warm water and applying moisturiser regularly.
Diaper rash on babies occurs as moisture in the diaper area causes fungal growth or irritation. It is important to keep your baby’s diaper area clean and dry while changing the diaper.
Your child may get dermatitis when they have a reaction against an irritant or allergen. It can cause itchy skin and rashes, which can be painful. Use moisturisers and anti-itch cream for treatment.
Viral infections can be caused due to measles, rubella, chickenpox, and hand, foot and mouth disease.
Some bacterial infections include scarlet fever and impetigo. Treatment for bacterial infections can be the use of antibiotics.
Common skin rashes can be due to ringworm. Ringworm causes round patches on your child’s skin. They can be itchy and painful. Anti-fungal oral medicines or ointments can help relieve the fungal infection.
Teeth rashes may appear when your baby starts teething. It is caused due to more drooling than usual while teething. These are harmless and can stop once the drool gets controlled.
Hives can cause pale, itchy, pink or red bumps on the baby’s skin. It can be because of allergic reactions to foods, irritants, or medications. Best treatments include the use of antihistamines.
It can cause pink pimples or white bumps on your baby’s forehead, chin, neck, chest or eyelids. Usually, they go away within the first three months of your baby’s life.
It can cause a red or pink rash on your baby’s forehead and face and can spread to other parts of the body. You should immediately consult a doctor to treat rubella. Taking a Rubella vaccine can help prevent it.
It causes rashes that can be seen behind the ears and spread to other parts of the body. It will go away in two weeks if there are no other complications.