Is planning to take a few beautiful photos of the baby in the spring season, who knows that a large block of eczema frequently came to your door, and the baby became a blushing little cat. This is not a big deal, the key is that some babies are still sore and itchy, and their skin is festering! Many parents find that it is obviously spring in pleasant weather, but the eczema on the baby s face seems to be more severe than in winter. What is going on? How should we eliminate this annoying eczema?
Pediatric eczema, commonly known as tinea pedis, is a common allergic skin disease in infancy, and it is most common in infants and young children under 2 years old. Children with eczema initially have red skin, rash, and rough skin, followed by scaling The child s skin is like touching the sandpaper. Exposure to heat and moisture can make eczema significantly.
The cause of babies eczema is very complicated. There are two main reasons: one is the disease, such as chronic infection lesions, endocrine and metabolic changes, blood circulation disorders, and neuropsychological factors; the other is caused by contact with allergies, such as food and inhalation, Living environment, animal fur, various chemicals, etc., the most important of which are caused by allergic factors.
In the spring, not only are there many allergens, such as pollen, microorganisms, insects, pet fur and secretions, etc., but also the humid climate makes baby eczema more likely to recur. If the mother finds a millet-like rash on her cheeks, forehead, scalp, etc., she must pay attention to whether she has eczema!
Eczema is actually an allergy problem, but the baby s allergies are different from older children. Older children may be allergic to food or allergic to inhaled substances such as pollen and mites. The symptoms are more diverse. Skin, digestive, and respiratory symptoms will be present; most babies are related to diet and their expressions are relatively simple, mainly skin manifestations such as eczema.
1. Pay attention to diet: breastfeeding mothers should also pay special attention to diet, eat less or do not eat allergic foods and spicy food, pay attention to foods that are likely to cause allergies, such as seafood, beef and mutton, eat as little as possible, check whether the baby is allergic to milk;
2. Pay attention to reducing inhalation: minimize allergens in the environment to reduce allergic reactions caused by irritation. Including no pets in the home, such as birds, cats, dogs, etc.; Ventilate indoors, do not smoke indoors, do not put carpets indoors, cleaning is best to wipe wet, to avoid dust.
3. Be gentle with your clothes: Choose clothes that are in contact with your baby s skin, such as baby clothes and towels. Try to choose cotton and solid colors to avoid allergies. In addition, bath, skin care products for babies should choose anti-allergy mild products.
What if my baby has eczema? Parents should take care according to the mild degree when nursing. If the eczema is not serious, pay attention to keep the skin dry and clean. If it is more serious, it is best to take medication under the guidance of a doctor.
Wet weather is prone to the growth of bacteria, so the home should be more ventilated to keep it dry and comfortable. Pay special attention to the baby s dry skin. Keep your baby s clothing and bedding dry. Also note that the room temperature should not be too high, otherwise it will make the eczema itchy.
When the baby develops eczema, it is necessary to pay attention to cleanliness and hygiene. Do not wash the skin of the affected area with strong soap and hot water, because soap and hot water will wash away the oil on the baby s skin surface , make the skin more dry, and irritate the skin.
Eczema can be used appropriately. Parents should take medication according to the performance of skin lesions during care. They must avoid irritating drugs as much as possible, and they must not give the baby any hormonal ointment, because excessive use of such drugs will be affected . Absorbed by the skin, causing side effects to the baby s body. When the rash comes out of the water, use oil or wet compresses to treat the child s skin lesions. If necessary, use anti-inflammatory, anti-itch , and desensitization drugs under the guidance of a doctor.