unique blend that offers triple protection.
-- Cradle Cap: During the first three months of life, some babies will
develop cradle cap. The symptoms include scaly, dry patches of flaky
skin on the head, ear, eyebrows and eyelids, along with itching. Dr.
Welch suggests rubbing baby oil onto the affected area and then
cleaning it with a soft brush or washcloth. For many babies, this is
often a temporary condition, not lasting more than a few weeks.
-- Heat Rash: This eruption of little dots and tiny pimples over a baby's
body often occurs when a baby overheats from wearing too many layers of
clothing. Their underdeveloped pores become blocked so that sweat
cannot get out, leading to itching and inflamed skin. If your baby is
experiencing heat rash, apply cold water compresses to the affected
areas, dress the baby in light, breathable clothing (layer so you can
remove clothing as necessary), and try to keep him in airy rooms or
shady spots during warm weather.
|SOURCE Lansinoh; pHisoderm|
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