Baby acne protection

baby-acneBaby acne it is very commun at baby and affect especial  boy babies from infant to 4- 6 months old babies. Baby acne is know also Acne Neonatorum. Baby acne it  shows after  a couple of weeks after birth and on the cheeks but can also be show up on the chin, forehead and back.

Usualy Acne Neonatorum or Baby Acne  it is a allergy  of a baby’s skin to a relative imbalance of male (androgenic) and female (estrogenic) hormones in the baby’s system following withdrawal of maternal estrogens after delivery.

And how the imunitary babies system it is not completed in first year, the baby acne wiill be present on babies only in time what you give him breast, but once you’re done breast feeding and they’re out of it’s system, the acne will clear up.

When your baby is hot or fussy, or when his skin is irritated there are big chances  to appear the baby acne. In this case oils and lotio or some treatment will not help your babies, this will make more worse and  may actually aggravate baby acne. If acne at your babies is sever you have to go to speak with your doctor. Your pediatrician for the most part will not prescribe you any treatment unless the acne is sever and does not clear up, lasting consistently for more than 3 months. One easy way to keep your baby clean is to wash him at least one time on a day , with special shampoo for baby but it is good to keep in mind that washing your baby too much, or to roughly will irritate the acne and cause it to become dryer and break out more. It is best to use a mild cleanser meant for babies and pat dry.

Also you must not use any usual creams to treat your baby acne beacsue the acne can become more sever. Try products like Baby Aveno, they are hyper allergenic and will help with the dryness, remember to use sparingly and apply gently. Also putting infant mittens on your baby will help keep them from scratching at it when itchy.

Acne in the newborn is not usually a serious condition. Infantile acne, like baby acne it is , often resolves itself during the first year or so of life.