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How can I treat baby acne?

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Dr. Roy Benaroch
Pediatrics
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In brief: No treatment necc.

Usually, "baby acne" (which isn't actually acne) will go away on it's own, but in more-severe cases, treatment can be very effective.
Visit your pediatrician to determine if it is what's commonly called "acne" and discuss if any treatments are needed.

In brief: No treatment necc.

Usually, "baby acne" (which isn't actually acne) will go away on it's own, but in more-severe cases, treatment can be very effective.
Visit your pediatrician to determine if it is what's commonly called "acne" and discuss if any treatments are needed.
Dr. Roy Benaroch
Dr. Roy Benaroch
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In brief: You don't have to...

Most often i find the acne will reach a peak and then resolve on its own without intervention.
But you may gently cleanse the skin and moisture with a sensitive skin, fragrance free product. Just don't use abrasive products or try to pop the bumps.

In brief: You don't have to...

Most often i find the acne will reach a peak and then resolve on its own without intervention.
But you may gently cleanse the skin and moisture with a sensitive skin, fragrance free product. Just don't use abrasive products or try to pop the bumps.
Dr. Scott J. Wolfson
Dr. Scott J. Wolfson
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Dr. Julia Sundel
Pediatrics

In brief: Observe

Baby acne is common and should resolved within 2-3 months.
You may want to use a mild soap such as cetaphil. No other treatment is necessary for mild acne.

In brief: Observe

Baby acne is common and should resolved within 2-3 months.
You may want to use a mild soap such as cetaphil. No other treatment is necessary for mild acne.
Dr. Julia Sundel
Dr. Julia Sundel
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