When it comes to our children, parents want to make sure they are only using the safest products for their sensitive skin. If your baby develops facial rashes, you understand the frustration and worry for their comfort and well-being. Facial rashes are especially difficult to manage due to the sensitivity of delicate skin around eyes, mouths. Children with eczema, or atopic dermatitis, often get dry, itchy patches of skin on their body and face. However it is crucial to be extra gentle when treating facial eczema to avoid any stinging or burning that often comes when medicated products are used. So what is the best way to manage your babies’ facial eczema?
First, make sure to identify any possible triggers for the eczema. Is it genetically linked? Are there environmental factors, contact allergens or irritants? Some eczema sufferers have food allergies. Observe if certain types of food cause your baby’s eczema to flare up. Also pay attention to what household products might be irritating the skin. This could be laundry detergent, fabric softener, lotions, sunscreen, or any fragranced product. After determining any possible allergens, you will be able to minimize their symptoms as much as possible.
Next, find a gentle but effective eczema therapy cream. A good cream will fight eczema in three ways: it will moisturize the skin, strengthen the skin’s natural barrier, and relieve itching. LEMYKA’s Hydrating Cream is a top quality product that will help with all three of these aspects of eczema treatment. The Hydrating Cream is specifically designed to be gentle enough for children and infants. Its formula is gentle enough to use on the face but will transform irritated skin back to its healthy state. It is non comedogenic to avoid clogging pores and feeling greasy on the skin. For even better results, combine with our Ultra Gentle Cleanser to clean skin of excess oil and dirt, and our Healing Lotion for extra relief from irritation.
Using an all natural baby eczema cream as an alternative to medicated products is better in the long run. Although natural products can take longer to work, they do not come with any side effects such as thinning of the skin. It is important to pay close attention to your baby’s condition and monitor what treatments work best as every child’s case is different.