Your baby's new skin is very delicate. So, it's natural to assume the worst when a rash breaks out. We're continuing our ongoing series focused on baby skin conditions with a closer look at rashes. What exactly is a rash and how should it be treated?
You've probably heard horror stories about stretch marks, right? But what exactly are stretch marks and what causes them? Do lotions, creams and other procedures really work? And is there any way to prevent them?
Eczema is a common problem among babies, and there are other skin conditions your little one may experience early in life. What are the common skin issues, what should you be looking for and what are some effective ways to treat them?
Is your baby prone to diaper rashes or eczema? Are you struggling to treat cradle cap or baby acne? Many products that claim to help these kinds of skin issues contain ingredients that can actually aggravate the problem. So how do you know what is safe to put on your baby's brand new skin? And what ingredients should you avoid at all costs?