Simple Tips to Keep Baby's Skin Healthy

A newborn sleeps on a blanket.
Father changing diaper on baby girl
Close-up of infant with diaper rash
Close-up of acne on infant's cheek
Babies with erythema toxicum neonatorum will have a flea-bitten appearance.
Close-up of cafe-au-lait spot on infant
Atopic dermatitis (eczema) on an infant's back
Newborn dry skin
Newborn baby with cradle cap (crusta lactea)
Heat rash on baby's shoulder
Baby having diaper changed
Milia on infant's face
Close-up of thrush, showing ulcers in baby's mouth
Father and baby boy (0-3 months) lying on bed
The face of a 3-week-old baby with jaundice
Baby with floppy hat on sunny dune
Babies in baby carriers while parents shop
Two-month-old baby taking a bath
Baby massage
Nurse examining baby

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Reviewed by Margaret Walsh, MD on Tuesday, May 03, 2016

Baby Skin Care: Tips to Keep Newborn's Skin Healthy

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