Eczema usually appears when babies are between 1 and 6 months old. Typically, it starts on the cheeks. It may continue to spread around the face and then on to the arms and legs.
Adding a daily probiotic to your baby’s routine is worth a try if it might get their eczema under control.
Omega 3 in particular is known for it’s anti-inflammatory properties, which is why it can help reduce and heal an eczema flare-up. Cod liver oil is available in capsule or liquid form.
Vitamin D is widely celebrated for its effectiveness in treating eczema and keeping flare-ups at bay across many age ranges.
It might be especially worth investigating if your little one is suffering from severe or widespread flare-ups of baby eczema.
Coconut oil work to moisturize the skin and reduce inflammation. What’s more, it’s antibacterial and antifungal properties can keep infection away.
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