Skin problems in newborn children… Child Skin Issues Series
In the upcoming few posts we wil discuss common skin illness of infants/children
In the next few posts we will mention newborn children normally skin problems.
These newborn children are white spotted on their forehead, gals and nose. They look like a p ھ nsy̰ but they are actually they are emerging soft blisters. Milia is when the grease of the skin which is also called sy̰bm. Born inside the skin. Within the first two weeks of the child’s life like your child’s grease gland and early, milia disappears. Leaving them naturally right It’s better to give.
These are small pearly white spots on the skin of newborns on their foreheads, cheeks and nose.
It looks like a small pustule but in reality they are just raised small yellow white colour collections… Melia occurs when skin oil, also called sebum, builds up inside the newborn’s skin.
Within the first two weeks of a baby’s life, as your baby’s sebaceous glands and skin begin to function better, the Milias disappears themselves.
They usually don’t require any treatment in newborns and it’s better to leave them as they are,for some time.