Are you freaked because of the scattering of a tiny red bump on your baby’s skin? It’s quite common for babies to have rashes and other skin problems but keeping an eye out for these symptoms can give the greatest relief to your baby. While there are many baby rashes out there, here's a peek into some of the most common ones and how can you treat them in the best possible way. Treat your baby’s rashes when it strikes or prevents it before it starts with these proven tips.
Diaper rash is the most common rash often found on your baby’s bottom or genitals. It mostly occurs when your baby’s skin remains in contact with faeces or urine for a long time. If you see these red or irritated patches there’s nothing to worry. If your baby has a nasty case of diaper rash then the magic ingredient to remove this problem is already in your pantry. Coconut oil can greatly help in reducing your diaper rash, you simply need to apply a thin layer on the affected area and your baby will get instant relief in seconds.
Very few babies experience blemish-free adolescence. If you see red bumps on your baby’s skin with whiteheads then probably your baby is suffering from acne. Baby acne usually shows up on the forehead, nose, and cheeks, but sometimes their origin point can also be on the chest and neck. If your baby is experiencing the same then mostly it will cure naturally but in an adverse case, you can also consult a paediatrician.
Cradle cap may appear scale-like with a crusty, thick, yellow patches. It is a rash mostly found on your baby’s scalp and is often very irritating. Most of the time, the exact cause is not known but the hormones transferred during birth are mostly responsible for this problem. A mild baby shampoo and a soft-bristled brush can be the best cure for these rashes. You can easily loosen up the scales by gently massaging the brush on your baby’s scalp. Another alternative can be rubbing coconut oil over the affected area. Believe me, these easy homemade tips can help your baby have a rash free childhood.
Sunlight is often considered as the best growth enhancer for babies. But if your baby remains exposed to the sun for a prolonged period of time then he may develop small red dots on his body. The best way to help your baby get relief from heat rash can be by dressing your baby in breathable fabrics and keeping them in the cool environment once they experience this condition. You should also refrain from applying powders and lotions during this stage.
"Oh no, what's that?" One day your comes screaming in pain and you don’t realize how to offer help. If you see the red, swollen, and itchy area around your baby’s skin with horrible pain then a bee has probably stung your baby. You don’t need to panic now. Wash the area with soap and water and apply ice pack instantly over the affected area. Slowly and gradually the swelling will decrease and your baby will turn into a notorious champ again.
Baby rashes are very common, but sometimes it can be really troubling to figure out what kind of rash your baby has. These home remedies will not only provide your baby instant relief but will also make your babies look picture perfect!