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How to Treat a Baby with Eczema

Eczema is a condition whereby the skin becomes dry and rough, and has a red, sore appearance. Those suffering from eczema are prone to their skin cracking, which can cause them further discomfort and irritation.

There are several different types of eczema, such as atopic eczema and irritant contact eczema. Atopic eczema is where random patches of the skin become dry, whereas irritant contact eczema is where products or substances have reacted with the skin.

Eczema can affect people of all different ages, but can of course be more uncomfortable for young children and babies. It most commonly occurs in the creases of their knees and elbows, as well as in other places where the skin becomes tight. It’s a skin condition that affects around 20% of babies and children.

How to Treat a Baby With Eczema

Although it’s thought that most babies suffering from eczema grow out of it, the condition is definitely worth treating in order to make them feel less discomfort from it. If you’re wondering how to treat a baby with eczema, then natural creams are the best products to use, as they will not only nourish your

baby’s skin, but will lock moisture into it, helping to repair it. Applying cream to your baby frequently and liberally will remove the discomfort they may feel, while keeping the skin well moisturised at the same time.

Natural Emollient Eczema Cream

Eczema cannot be cured, but it can certainly be treated, and natural emollient eczema cream is an ideal product to use, whether treating a baby with eczema or a grown adult. This product is 100% natural and therefore won’t be unkind to your baby’s skin. It’s gentle, soothing, and leaves the skin feeling silky smooth.

With eczema being a skin condition that dries out the skin and leaves it feeling rough and scaly, the ingredients of Sapropel and argen in this particular product work in conjunction with each other, to hydrate the skin and remove toxins and impurities from it at the same time.

Learn More about how to Treat Eczema

Although everyone’s skin is different, you should notice improvements in the way your baby’s skin both looks and feels within a few weeks. However, while natural emollient eczema cream may work very quickly for one baby, it could take a prolonged period of time to work for another. Read more about our eczema creams, and how best you can look after your baby’s skin.


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About Syrinx Za

Syrinx ZA Chief Executive Ashley Metcalfe is responsible for marketing and business development. Ashley is as passionate about cricket as he is skin care. Drop Ashley a line if you have any skin related questions.

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