Eczema to begin with is an inflammatory skin condition that causes itchiness, dry skin, rashes, scaly patches, blisters and skin infections. This skin infection can get to anyone be you an adult or a child. A child skin most especially is very delicate so it is important to know how to handle skin diseases on children. Here are some simple natural home remedies to treat Eczema
What to do when a child has eczema:
1. Keep the child’s skin Moisturize:
Regularly apply lotion, cream, or ointment to your child’s skin because dry skin can cause it to itch more.
2. Be mindful of the child’s attire:
Itchy clothes will irritate your child’s skin and will cause him or her to start scratching the body with is not good. Al
so avoid tight cloths which won’t let the child’s body to breath well.
3. Bath the child properly:
while bathing your child, take your time do not be in a rush. Equally do not use hot water on the child simply use lukewarm water. You can add a little oatmeal, baking soda or salt to the child’s water to bath the child.
4. Let the child drink enough water:
when you moisturize the skin from outside, you also need to moisturize from inside. To give the child’s skin some added moisture, make sure your child drinks 6-8 glasses of water every day.
NB: it is important to see a doctor incase you see the symptoms are getting worst and there are no improvements.
What not to do when a child has eczema:
1. Don’t ignore the infection:
When you notice any changes on the child’s body because it can cause and infection. Skin with eczema is at risk for bacteria or viruses. When you notice any rash, Bumps filled with pus, or strange thing on the child’s body do well to get a solution fast.
2. Don’t dress the child to be too warm:
When a child has eczema, too much heat is not advisable. So, make sure you do not dress the child to be too warm even when they are going to bed. Let the child’s body be cool. Note that, Hot, sweaty skin is ripe for an eczema outbreak
3. Don’t let the child scratch the eczema:
Eczema itches a lot and children will obviously want to scratch themselves so try as much as possible to make sure the child does not scratch that exact spot where the eczema is. This is because scratching it can make the eczema worse, and can even lead to infection
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