The mother should know how to take care of skin peeling in newborn. Newborns often have peeling skin problems. And the part that often happens is that the hand skin peeling in newborns. Some babies there hypersensitive skin problems, aka known as atopic dermatitis which is inborn.
– Miscellaneous disorders of skin diseases in babies
The skin on the child to function as a regulator of body temperature, in addition to providing the first protection for the environment, it also helps protect the body from injury, infection and harmful substances. That’s why so affects the body’s skin health and development of children.
- Prickly heat, skin disorders This is most often experienced by infants and children. The many activities, hot air, clothing too thick / tight, or high fever trigger the disorder often known as miliaria or prickly heat. A relatively mild skin disorders are generally characterized watery spots and shiny with or without itching. Itching and burning usually occurs in cases of more severe prickly heat.
- Eczema is an inflammatory disease of the skin characterized by intense itching, chronic (intermittent), and is associated with other allergic diseases, such as asthma. Part of eczema will appear as small red bubble bubbles clear liquid. When broken, the bubble will appear wet, and if it dries can be yellowish or blackened. In infants, eczema often appears on the cheeks. Laymen suspected appearance caused a trickle of milk in cheek that was not immediately cleared and call it a milk eczema. While the bigger children appear crook of his arm and knee. Disorders that may arise from the age of 3-4 months and may continue into adulthood is usually triggered by a skin condition that tends to dry.
- Crust scalp experienced almost 50% of newborns. Skin disorders due to an active oil glands in infants due to the influence of the mother’s hormones, is temporary and will disappear along with the reduced levels of hormones in the body of the baby’s. Crust head scales on the scalp in the form of yellowish should be cleaned, because in addition to disrupt the appearance and make itching, can also interfere with the growth of the baby’s hair.
In doing skin care newborn, you should start to see from how to bathe until the clothes are used. Because a baby’s immune system is still developing, you should use a mild baby soap for baby’s skin does not contain chemicals that are harmful to the baby’s skin.
Avoid bathing too often because of time bathing too often can lift the skin’s natural oils, or the so-called “sebum” leaving baby’s skin becomes more prone to react with the chemicals making it easier for allergy and irritation.
Wash baby clothes before use. Use the laundry soap that does not contain synthetic fragrances, bleach, or phosphate. Preferably clothes, sheets, and blankets the baby washed separately from other laundry of family members to wash the baby clothes should be rinsed one time more often to make sure there are no traces of detergent in clothing or bed linen and blanket the baby.