Eczema in babies
Posted on October 30 2017
Eczema is a dry, itchy skin condition that affects up to one in five children. It usually appears for the first time before your child is two years old. The good news is that most children who have eczema will grow out of the condition by the time they are in their teens. Eczema can’t be cured, but it can be controlled with the right treatments.
Eczema tips that may help your little one’s skin condition
- Keep your baby’s nails short to help prevent skin irritation from scratching.
- Cotton clothing may help, whereas woollen and synthetic fibres may worsen the condition.
- With all forms of skin products, you should look for the ones that are natural, unscented and dye-free, so that you don’t further irritate your baby’s skin.
Our 100% natural 'Soft as Moonlight Nappy Change Cream' effectively supports very dry and eczema-prone skin. Try to keep your baby’s bedroom cool as getting hot and sweaty can make their eczema worse.
Support eczema prone skin
At Little Butterfly London we always have baby’s best interest at heart, which is why all our products have been specifically formulated for newborns and the most sensitive of skins.
Made of the most precious natural and organic ingredients with highly nourishing, soothing and anti-inflammatory properties, they gently care for delicate skin with a tendency to irritation, inflammation, dryness and itchy eczema-patches.
Light and refreshing as bubbles in the breeze, our organic-certified top to toe wash gently cleanses both body and hair, whilst creating a delicately fragrant bath. Beautifully mild and soothing, it gently cares for the even most delicate, dry and irritation-prone skin.