Rashes are common occurrence among children. Skin irritation, itching, redness, scaling and dryness are some prominent symptoms of any type of rash. Skin rash may develop in the form of tiny bumps or blisters in certain parts of body or …

Cradle cap is a common skin problem in infants characterized by flaking and a build-up of yellowish crusts on the scalp. When extensive, it may spread to other areas of the skin, such as forehead and behind the ears. The …

Cradle cap is a common skin condition in newborn infants and babies below the age of three. In medical parlance it is known as seborrheic dermatitis. The condition is characterized by greasy scaly rash mainly on the scalp, but occasionally …

Toddlers are children considered to be in the age of 1 to 2 years, when they toddle or are learning to walk. Eczema is a chronic skin disorder often common in toddlers and infants. It is characterized by raised, rough, …

Dandruff in babies is not uncommon and it is often observed in first six months of life. Many refer it as cradle cap. In medical terminology it is a form of dermatitis, an inflammation of scalp skin. Dandruff in babies …

Abrasions are skin wounds usually resulting from scraping or rubbing. They are superficial skin wounds. Abrasions can cause mild oozing of blood. They are painful and sometimes pain even more than cuts. In abrasion many nerve endings are exposed which …

If your baby is having red raised dry skin rash with intense itching, consider atopic dermatitis as one of the causes. Atopic dermatitis or eczema is an inflamed skin condition accompanied with intense itching. Children are affected more than adults. …