Baby Pimples care

In many instances we usually think about pimples as something that is reserved for adults as well as young adults. Teen acne is the most well known of course, but adult acne is quickly creeping its way into being a large skin concern for grown adults who thought their days of acne breakouts were over. Pimples are not something that one often thinks of when thinking of a tiny, pure and of course beautifully completed baby. Luckily, a baby’s pimple problems usually only come in the form of mild acne – not cystic acne or anything too terribly marring of their adorable perfection.

Caring for a newborn or slightly older baby brings about skin issues from time to time. One such occurrence is acne on the face and delicate skin of the baby. Though most cases are allergies in the form of rashes and reactions to food, formula, soaps and detergents; more predominant cases are actually considered a form of baby acne. Though you are best served by having your little one assessed by a physician or pediatrician to rule out any underlying allergies which may be presenting in the form of pimples, you can use some home methods and treatments to help make the pimples appear less inflamed and thus help them to subside. For acne issues that are due to a food allergy, you need to use a treatment plan that is rooted in food elimination to remove the culprit from the diet of the baby which will then help to clear up the acne.

The first treatment option is to switch all laundry detergents, fabric softeners and skin care items to those containing no added dyes or chemicals. Using natural and organic items is one treatment method which can help soothe the pimples on the babies’ skin and help get rid of the acne. This is a method that can help when the acne and associated pimples are being caused by a reaction to dyes and chemical commonly found in such items.

Natural cleansers are recommended, or at the very least chemical free cleansers. However, even though baby acne is occasionally caused by the leftover hormones that are transferred from mother to her baby, it is often caused by the baby’s delicate skin reacting to harsh chemicals that are often found in cleansers, wipes, shampoos and other household items that might come into contact with the child’s brand new, sensitive skin. There is another additional treatment is to use relaxing creams and ointments on the skin. Though you need to guide clear of strong acne products which can dry the skin out, you can use antibiotic treatments to help with the pimples as they are fundamentally infected pores which need to be cured, treated and thus healed.

However, antibiotic treatment should really be reserved only for serious illness, as you don’t want to administer them long term for a simple skin condition due to side effects. You can purchase this type of treatment over the counter or secure a prescription from a surgeon if you are concerned about which type of product will be best for your baby.