If you see numerous tiny white bumps on your baby’s face, those are probably milia. These rashes occur due to blocked pores that will eventually open up.
There’s no need to treat milia as it doesn’t cause pain or itching. Experts say that you just need to patiently wait. The rashes usually go away within weeks or months after birth.
Acne isn’t just a concern for teenagers and adults; babies can have them, too.
Newborn babies may develop small, red pimples within the first 6 weeks of their life (neonatal acne) or between 6 weeks and 6 months (infantile acne).
Baby acne is a common condition that rarely causes scarring, so there’s usually no need to worry about it.
Gamot sa pimple rashes sa mukha ng baby is not necessary since they usually clear up on their own within 3 to 4 months. To help them stay comfortable, gently wash their face with warm water and pat dry. Do not scrub or pinch the pimples.
Just as adults are susceptible to prickly heat or bungang araw, babies are, too!
Prickly heat rashes manifest as tiny red bumps that cause itching and discomfort. They occur mostly due to blocked sweat glands and are more common during the summertime.
Bungang araw typically does not need treatment. You just need to ensure that your baby is cool and not sweating. However, if your baby appears too uncomfortable, they may need topical medicine to ease the itching. Do not apply any lotion, ointment, or baby powder unless approved by your baby’s pediatrician.