Baby eczema is a very common skin problem where the skin around the inside of the elbows, back of the knees, and in babies, the neck and face area become dry, itchy, and often aggravated further by scratching. It is partly hereditary, and is associated strongly with a family history of allergic rhinitis (hay fever), and asthma, as well as eczema, but the skin disease also has an environmental component to it. Read these articles to better understand and help your baby with eczema.
Baby Eczema Articles
Will My Child´s Eczema Go Away?
Eczema is very unpredictable in its behavior, and it is difficult to predict flares, causes, and remission. Thankfully, many children outgrow their eczema, and the condition never bothers them again. For others, a change in environment such as relocating can clear...
Helping Your Child with Eczema
Eczema is an allergic reaction that is extremely common in children of developed countries. We do not know why but the number of children with eczema are on the increase. Eczema is closely related to allergic rhinitis or hay-fever, and asthma, and is partly hereditary...
Managing Baby Eczema
This skin condition is most common in babies with a family history of asthma, allergies, or eczema, and is believed to be in part, hereditary. Eczema is also affected by environmental factors such as irritants, allergens, and pollutants. Although many babies outgrow eczema..