Baby acne reaction to antibiotics, what to do?

Unclear question. Do you have a rash on your face that looks like acne while on antibiotics? Rashes are very hard to evaluate unless seen. I would see your doc for a look.

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7 week infant has baby acne and dry skin on face. What can I do to help? How long does thr acnd usually last?

Patience. Baby acne is a common and temporary problem.It usually appears by age 2 weeks and disappears by 3 months. Keeping the skin clean is the major plan. If it persists after 3 months and or intensifies, some normal ace treatments can be beneficial, but the doc should look into unusual hormonal issues as a cause at that point. Read more...

Can a 3 week old infant get baby acne on her head? All over her face also including eyelids. Everyday it's getting worse. What can I do?

Baby acne. Baby acne is a common occurence. Wash her face with mild soap once a day. Do not try to pop the pimples or blackheads. The acne will disappear over several months. If the acne is becoming more widespread have her seen by her doctor. Read more...

Can baby acne appear in places other than the babies face? My son's ped diagnosis him w/baby acne. But it has spread to his arms and shoulders.

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Anywhere teens have . Baby acne is very similar in origin and distribution as that of a teenager. The face & upper chest & back are most often involved along with the shoulders . All the lesions seem to be a similar age & gradually fade over time. Read more...

How can I know the difference between baby acne on a 20 days old and an allergic reaction on her face?

Ask Dr. If it is pustules on the face it is acne or milia, not allergy. If it is red cheeks it is eczema, not allergy or acne. Read more...