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The Best Way to Treat Baby Acne in Natural Way

Updated on October 4, 2014
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Usually a baby's skin is not always as smooth as you may consider. Infants sometimes develop a rash on their face otherwise identified as baby acne.


Nobody wants to see their child with pimples, in what way does one remedy baby pimples? Dealing with baby acne is essentially not that really difficult at all, as it also lessens eventually. Baby acne is generally found at the facial and usually is found on the baby's back. The pimple frequently seems like a red rough rash. Don't be afraid, baby pimples are usual and should cause no reason to be stressed.

One of the best ways to treat the problem of baby acne is through home remedies. Let us explore some natural cures and treatments for baby acne.


Keep clean the clothes and sleeping area

  • Rinse your baby's apparel, bedding, pillowcases and even baby toys daily with a mild laundry detergent. This prevents the development of oil, saliva also dead skin cells which can be able to clog pores and becoming worse the ailment of the skin of your kid. Everything that comes into contact with the child's face has to be cleaned carefully and frequently.


Make sure that your clothes are nice and clean

  • Be sure clothes are clean before you decide to take your child to cure baby acne, to reduces the oil and even bacteria are transmitted onto clothes and face of the child. Make sure friends and family know to maintain their shirts clean, especially if they plan on carrying the baby.


Rinse your child's face when needed.

  • Over rinsing the baby's face can cause itchiness. Itchiness will cause dryness and even greater break outs.



Breast milk
• Surprisingly, breast milk will help clear baby acne. Just simply apply several drops to the affected spot and it will normally help to clear up the baby's face. This is possibly the most natural way to overcome baby acne.


Drink water

  • For anybody who is breast-feeding your baby, you must keep track of what to eat and even drink. Stay away from eating oily or even high fat food, which may irritate pimples trouble for your baby. Drink lots more water and healthy fruit drinks every single day to increase cell renewal and also rejuvenation in your baby's skin.


Allow his face breathe in.

  • What this means is enable the face to come in contact with open air. Hiding the facial or allowing it to become over heated could cause distress also even more problems.


Honey and lemon juice

  • You may also easily get rid of the baby acne with a little dose of honey and lemon juice. Mix 1 teaspoon honey and 1 tsp lemon juice in a small bowl or just cup. Take a cotton swab and apply over the affected part of the baby's face. Be sure that you keep it away from baby's lips and eyes. Keep it on the face for at least 30 minutes and then with a lukewarm washcloth slowly wipe the face or area you treated. Make sure to use a soft washcloth that has not been cleaned up in extreme detergents.


Always maintain the area nice and clean

  • A clean, dry face may help reduce baby acne breakouts and even prevent it from becoming ever more irritated. After the baby was bottle-fed or breast fed, clear the area of the mouth with a warm and comfy pads. Always keep the face thoroughly clean will keep the afflicted area to worsen or get spread around. Besides, choosing strong laundry soaps on clothes, burp rags, or just most other things that comes in contact with the baby's body can only irritate the child pimples so only employ laundry detergents secured as much as necessary for a baby's super sensitive body like Dreft or All Free Clear.


Visit the doctor.

  • When you notice that the breakout spots are very annoying to your baby, take him or her to the health care provider. The doctor might possibly give out your baby a skin cream to help stop the pain. Medical treatment is normally suggested as a last resort when the acne breakouts will never remove within 3 months.

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      baby-care 3 years ago from Philippines

      Hi amanda thnks for the concern:)

      Actually it's okay because you just want to apply the honey combine with lemon just on the skin.. and yes consuming/eating honey in babies no more than 12 months is not a good idea.

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      amanda 3 years ago

      Arent you suppsosed to keep honey away from newborns I was always taught no peanut butter or honey around a baby until 1or2 yrs old

      Those are 2 things I'd personally keep away from my newborn call their Doc before trying

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      Grace Marguerite Williams 6 years ago from the Greatest City In The World-New York City, New York

      Very informative hub!

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