Baby acne is extraordinarily common in infants. It peaks about 4 weeks of life and it’s characterized by small, red pimples on your baby’s face. It’s harmless, it will go away all on its own and there are no special creams that you need to use for your baby’s acne.
A baby’s skin is thinner than an adults and so it’s more likely to be damaged or at risk during the cold winter temperatures and the blowing gusts of wind. As a result it’s very easy for babies to develop chapped lips or dry, red, irritated skin. This can happen quickly, even a quick run into the grocery store or into church. If the temperatures are cold enough and the wind is blowing, a baby’s skin can be injured in a matter of seconds. For dry, red, irritated skin or chapped lips there are several good options for children. Vaseline is a perfect one or Aquaphor. That can be placed…