Is there a good, safe treatment for baby acne?

None needed. Baby acne is usually caused from maternal hormones. There is no treatment needed, it will resolve on it's own.

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What is the treatment for baby acne?

None. It can be hard to look at your adorable baby with red bumps scattered across his cheeks and not want to "do" something about it. The good news is, it will go away on its own, usually by 4-6 months old. Do not apply any oils or lotions to your baby's face as this could aggravate his baby acne. Take heart, this will resolve without leaving a trace. Enjoy your precious baby. Read more...
None, if baby acne. Baby acne usually starts in the first month or so, and goes away on its own (it doesn't bother the baby). While the baby acne fades, he may start getting cradle cap (oily, flaky rash with reddened skin underneath) on the scalp and face (called seborrhea on the face). Baby eczema (cracked, rough, and/or oozing skin) can start around this time, too. Cradle cap, seborrhea, and eczema can be treated. Read more...

What are the treatments for baby acne?

Baby acne's harmless. No need to treat it, unless they start throwing baby proms, with corsages and limos. Then you probably want them to look their best for the date. Read more...
None, if baby acne. Baby acne usually occurs in the first month or so, and goes away on its own (it doesn't bother the baby). Around the time the baby acne fades away, he may start getting cradle cap (oily, flaky rash with reddened skin underneath) on the scalp and the face (called seborrhea on the face). Baby eczema (cracked, rough, and/or oozing skin) can begin too. Cradle cap, seborrhea, & eczema have treatments . Read more...