mylo has a dry patch on one cheek that I thought would have gone by now but it hasnt and been there for 5 weeks. its red and rough feeling.
I applied johnsons naturals baby moisturiser the last three morning tryingto get rid of it but now hes broken out in spots (like little zits) on that cheek! so I wont be applying that anymore!
What can I use now to get rid of the spots and help the dry patch.. can you recommend a cream for this? or my Bepanthen? I know that works wonder on his bum! lol
Charlie used to have alot of dry patches and our dr prescribes him e45 cream which is good but he didnt have it really bad it was just from birth really he had alot of dry skin and he still gets a little bit of dry skin now so i still use it after his bath x
well I bought some magic cream today. First chance I got to go out to boots all blimmin week!
So I'll apply tonight after his bath and see how his dry patches do.
His spots have gone down but not gone away.. just not as red anymore.
Hope this magic cream really works its ...er.... magic! lol
My daughter had a red rash on her face and the doctor prescribed her oilatum cream.
I saw the HV when my son (also called Milo but with an i, lol) had a rash on his chest and when I told her I use johnson's baby wash in the bath she went off on one about how horrific johnson's is for excema or dry skin! - That really annoyed me because I had assumed a baby product like johnson's would be safe to use and not provoke his skin. I know know anything fragranced is bad
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