Many different conditions may affect children’s skin as children’s skin problems extend for nearly two decades from birth to adolescence.
Symptoms appear on the scalp (cradle cap) and face and body, although the appearance of allergic dermatitis and the affected areas varies between infants, children, and adults and children can develop symptoms of allergic dermatitis from the age of 2-3 months. The rash usually appears suddenly, making the skin dry, scaly, and irritable, and also if it has moderate to severe itching, his skin is irritated and inflamed, and his skin is liquid and may even bleed.
Dermatitis can occur at any age, but atopic dermatitis (eczema) usually begins in early childhood.
Children with a personal or family history that includes eczema, allergies, hay fever, or asthma are more likely to develop atopic dermatitis.
You may be at increased risk of skin inflammation if you have other health conditions, such as congestive heart failure and Parkinson’s disease
Glycerin oil is a type of oil that is used to treat children’s rashes quickly and moisturizes the skin. Children should be provided with plenty of fluids during their rash, to prevent dehydration that increases them, and other treatments are moisturizers and skin treatments.
Select bathing or bathing time for no more than 5 to 10 minutes. Use warm water instead of hot. Also, an oil bath can be beneficial to the baby
Choose non-soapy detergents free of added fragrances. Some types of soap may cause dry skin and it is recommended to use a special soap for children
After bathing, gently wipe his skin to dry it using a soft towel.
While its skin is still wet, moist with oil, cream, or moisturizer.