Appearing Biang sweat neck, underarms, scalp or groin, upper chest, head, forehead, back, abdomen, or other baby skin folds?
Prickly heat may result from damp and hot weather or if Small fever. In addition, it could also be due to the pores of the baby’s skin is blocked and sweat can not get out. Infants and children are particularly susceptible to prickly heat because their skin pores are smaller than the pores of adults and the sweat glands and ducts are not yet fully developed.
Most sweat puds can heal and disappear on their own within a few days (unless infectious prickly infections). However, the mother can also reduce the itching and discomfort experienced by the baby due to prickly heat. Here are how to safely cope with prickly heat in infant that you can applies :
1. Aloe Vera
For babies, aloe vera can be a safe solution to … Read More