Baby Seborrhea

Baby Dermatitis


Bumpy red or greasy yellow rashes are very common on baby scalps.  Check out this baby's bumpy red bumps in the black box (hard to see in photos, but severe in real life)


Seborrhea (Cradle Cap) looks like: flaky, dry skin, similar to dandruff, or even thick, oily, yellowish or brown scaling or crusting patches

Cradle cap isn't cute, but it is not dangerous to your baby.  Most often it shows up in the first few months of life, and it usually clears up on its own by about 12 months — although some babies have it for several years.

You might notice the same condition around your baby's ears or eyebrows, or even in his armpits and other creases. When it's not on his scalp, it's called seborrheic dermatitis.


Baby Dermatitis

Babies and their moms hate itchy, red bumps on their skin.  Dermatitis, aka eczema, can range from those early red bumps to dry, thick, or scaly lesions.  Dermatitis get worse in cold, dry winter weather, with certain foods, such as cow's milk, wheat, soy, peanuts, or eggs, and environmental exposures, like cigarette smoke, detergents, or soaps.


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