Ninety percent of baby eczema occurs on their faces — the chin, cheeks, forehead and sometimes the scalp. Although chronic eczema in babies’ faces can linger into their toddler years and beyond, it’s most common in their first six months. It's a frustrating process and one we hope to shed light on to help parents understand and treat their baby’s eczema.Read Now
It’s normal to want a fast solution to curing diaper rash. Something that will make the problem and the pain just go away right now. The truth of the matter is there's no cure-all for diaper rash and prevention is the name of the game.Read Now
A rash cream might cut it if your baby diaper rash is mild. However, when their cute little bum is really bright red and sore—or prone to a recurring rash—you’re going to want the moisture-trapping barrier strength of an ointment formulated without common irritants that can aggravate the rash.Read Now
Summer is a time for COVID-safe beach days, pool fun and outdoor adventures. But without the right sun protection, ...