A Quick Sneak Peek On Baby Acne

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                                               A Quick Sneak Peek On Baby Acne
                                                              By Ashish Jain



    About 20 per cent of new born baby get affected by acne which is called as neonatorum or baby
acne. This is really a matter of serious concern as nobody wants their innocent and tender baby to get
affected by it. Let's have a quick sneak peek on baby acne.

What causes baby acne? Acne vulgaris, occurs because of over activity of the sebaceous glands
which produces a lot of excess oil. When this excessive oil production combines with acne producing
bacteria and hair follicles, it forms an apt environment for acne breakout. However, the main cause of
baby acne is the hormones that get passed from the mother during the birth. These hormones excite
the sebaceous glands in the baby and thus result in acne.

The baby acne gets more pronounced when the child is annoyed or fussy. The acne breakout may
even happen when some milk is split or you use a rough cloth on the baby. Do not wash the baby
clothes with the harsh detergents as this can again pronounce the acne breakout.

Some facts about baby acne Generally, it occurs in an infant when he is around 4 weeks old and
persists till the age of 4 months. It can appear on the chin, forehead, cheeks and, sometimes even, on
the back of the child. The condition is more common in male infants than the female ones.

Do not confuse baby acne with other skin disorders! You also have to be careful to not confuse acne
in small kids with any other allergy or skin disorders. Some babies have bumps on their face from the
time of birth but they get disappeared after a few weeks- this type of skin disorder is called milia.

Also, some babies have rashes called eczema. So, the main thing is that you have to properly
recognize whether it is really acne or some allergy and then only go for any type of medication. But,
even if it is a minor allergy you should try to get rid of it at the earliest.

Treating baby acne Regarding the treatment options available, the best is patience as in many cases
baby acne disappears on its own without any medication. Apart from it, you should strictly do the
following if your baby has acne:

1. Avoid washing the baby's face and body with any harsh soaps.


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2. Always use a mild soap or shampoo.

3. Also, do not wash the clothes of your baby with any harsh detergent and avoid using such clothes
for the baby as they can cause rashes to the baby's body.

4. You should also see that your child does not get irritated or fussed as it might aggravate his
condition.

5. And last but never the least, meet the dermatologist and strictly follow his advice to treat the acne.
You can not afford to experiment with any of the OTC products for your baby's skin.

To get more information visit http://www.acnetalks.com/pimple/magazine/edition/Baby-Pimples.htm,
http://www.acnetalks.com/pimple/magazine/edition/Acne-Treatment.htm and
http://www.acnetalks.com/pimple/magazine/edition/Acne-Skincare.htm




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                               Acne and Pregnancy – Do They Always Go Together?
                                                                 By Tim Tanis



Acne... pregnancy... why is it that for some people they always go together? If you have been pregnant
at least once, then you can be witness to the fact that your body as well as your skin subjects itself to
various changes during this momentous period in your life. One such change that is not so welcome is
the appearance of acne during pregnancy.

Acne and pregnancy do not always go together. There are some women who are fortunate enough not
to have acne breakouts during their nine months of pregnancy. For others, however, this period can
become a nightmare instead of a joyous moment as their skins also get pumped up with unwanted
acne.
The main reason behind this is the fact that a woman's hormonal levels tend to jack up while pregnant.
These high create changes in your body but only temporarily. For some people, these hormonal
changes give them a flattering glow while others give them acne, dark spots and blemishes.

If you are pregnant and suffering from acne, then you should not just run over to the nearest pharmacy
to buy any over-the-counter medication or cream. There are quite a number of medicines, creams,
ointments, and treatments that can harm you and your baby. So the best way to handle acne, in
pregnancy, is to consult with your doctor first and foremost. Consulting with your doctor and with an
acne dermatologist can lead you to natural ways and methods of treating acne. This way, you can
lessen the acne on your face and body without putting yourself and your baby at harm.

Being pregnant is a period of your life that should be full of happiness. Do not let acne, pregnancy and
your fears take over the best of you. After all, acne during pregnancy is most likely to be gone once
you have given birth to your child..




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