Newborn babies may have some skin conditions that seem unusual. Most are fairly common and do not need to be treated.
Baby acne is a red, pimply rash on the face. It appears as more pronounced red or white bumps on the forehead or cheeks. Baby acne develops within the first three to four weeks due to hormonal changes that stimulate oil glands. Generally, it disappears over time.
Simply wash your baby's face with water and a mild baby soap daily, avoid lotions or oils, and never pinch or scrub the bumps. If baby acne doesn't clear up within three months, tell your pediatrician.
Purify with the shampoo and deep cleanse. Deliver purifying zinc pca and herbs to break down hardened sebum and finally use the Scalp Cream for a deep dose. Different ingredients include zinc pca, thyme, sage, fenugreek, burdock, tea tree oil and other herbal extracts that are known to purify and deep cleanse the hair follicle where bacteria breeds and causes pimples and bumps. Best results come when these products are used 3 to 7 times per week Healthy Scalp & Hair Combo