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Question: My baby is of 17 days now.he has small pimples or acne on his face.what is the reason for the same? And what could be applied on his face to get rid off these pimples or acne?
Answer: Hello! These are new born rashes which are common in babies. Please avoid applying any lotion, oil or cream. It will go away on its own. Also same time try to maintain hygiene by keeping everything clean from clothes to toys to bed sheets.
Question: I got small pimples on my face specially on chin area.what should i do to get rid off these.
Answer: Apply Colgate paste on it at night and wash it in Mrng it is home remedy
Question: On My baby head small pimples type boils all over, plzz suggest to get rid off it, these pimples been there from last 3 weeks
Answer: May be due to some allergy first of all you understand that his skin is quite sensitive so don't use any chemical products or oil on his face and wipe his face regularly . Take proper care about hygiene of your baby sometimes mosquito bites also appears as pimples so save your baby from them .soon it disappear and if not ask your doctor
Question: how to get rid off from acnes and pimples ?
Answer: Don’t pop, pick, scratch, or squeeze acne sores. This can increase irritation and cause scarring.Keep your skin hydrated by drinking purified water. Avoid carbonated beverages and too much caffeine.Eat a nutritious diet with fresh fruits and vegetables, lean sources of protein, and healthy fats like avocado and nuts. Avoid refined sugars and processed foods.Rest as much as possible. Stress and fatigue can trigger acne outbreaks.Change your pillowcases and towels often.Avoid touching your face, which can introduce bacteria.Wash your hair regularly, particularly if it’s oily, and try to keep it off your face.If you wear makeup, use oil-free products labeled “non-comedogenic” or “non-acnegenic.” Mare sure to wash off your makeup before going to bed.Always consult with your doctor before using over-the-counter treatments. Some ingredients in common skincare products, like salicylic acid and Vitamin A, may not be safe to use during pregnancy.