Eczema is a skin problem that appears when a baby is two to six months old, usually on the cheeks, elbows, knees and scalp. Although it’s quite a typical skin disease, it’s a miserable time for both parents and babies. Your baby gets upset, you’re stressed, and nothing seems to help!! However, it doesn't have to be hopeless because we’re going to break down the most helpful things you can do to prevent and treat a breakout!
There’s lots of fabric choices these days and it’s easy to find yourself swamped with which ones to get for your precious baby. A baby’s skin is very delicate and the wrong types of fabric can easily lead to skin problems for sensitive skin. Since a baby’s immune system is still not fully developed, this makes them more susceptible to develop allergies and eczema so it is important that you choose skin-friendly, breathable fabrics that have sufficient stretch for comfortable movement. Here’s an overview of some of the top fabrics to save you some time.