Newborn Baby Pimples

Many parents are faced with newborn baby pimples and some of them report symptoms of face, head, neck  are covered with hundreds of small red pimples. Sometimes they  flare up and the whole face turns red.
Quite often pimples are normally associated with teenagers, they usually occur on infants within the first few weeks of birth. Baby pimples, officially called baby acne or neonatorum, affect as many as one in five newborns, more often male infants than females.
Some mothers have advised that you have to be careful  with what you eat when breastfeeding because everything that you eat today will be in your milk tomorrow and there r certain foods that bodies need time to adjust to like garlic choc onion cabbage those types of foods.
You should also avoid the use of harsh soaps and detergents, either on the child’s skin or when washing the baby’s clothing, is recommended to avoid aggravating the newborn baby pimples.
Wash any areas affected with baby acne daily with warm water and a very mild baby soap. Do not cover with any oils or lotions, as this will actually delay the disappearance of the acne and is not advisable as a baby pimples cure.
Experts and researchers argue that baby acne may occur because of an inflammatory reaction to the yeast, Malassezia, on the skin. Hormonal fluctuations may also play a role in the development of baby acne.

Newborn baby pimples can be present at birth, but more often it shows up after a couple of weeks, usually on the cheeks and sometimes on the forehead, chin, and even the back.

It’s important for you to note that If mothers take certain medications while nursing, or if the baby takes certain medications, they might trigger baby pimples. And in some cases, babies react to skincare product, particularly an oily one that can block pores.