Expect Bumps, Spots, and Rashes
There’s nothing quite like the soft,
delicate skin of a baby. And nothing
like a cranky infant irritated by
diaper rash, cradle cap, or another
skin condition. While your baby is
perfect, your baby’s skin may not be.
Many babies are prone to skin
irritation in the first few months
after birth. Here’s how to spot and
treat common baby skin problem.
Newborns Are Prone to Rashes
The good news about your newborn’s
rashes: Most cause no harm and go
away on their own. While caring for
baby’s skin may seem complex, all
you really need to know are three
simple things: Which conditions can
you treat at home? Which need
medical treatment? And how can you
prevent baby from experiencing skin
problems to begin with?