ATOPIC DERMATITIS- DERMATOLOGIST GUIDE TO CALM SKIN OF YOIR CHILD

Atopic dermatitis (AD) or infantile eczema or baby eczema is the most common cause of dermatitis in children. Atopic dermatitis flares up with the change in season, using fragrances, wearing synthetic clothes, playing with furry toys, using fluffy blankets, eating junk….the list is endless! 

We have successfully minimized flares of Atopic Dermatitis in 100+ children at our clinic with the 3 step technique... continue reading....

SKIN CARE ROUTINE FOR ATOPIC DERMATITIS

STEP 1: Give bath to your bath with non-fragrant mild soap.

STEP 2: Pat dry with a soft towel to leave skin slightly damp. 

STEP 3: Apply a liberal amount of coconut oil on damp skin and massage gently so that it gets absorbed. 

STEP 4: Repeat one of these moisturisers on affected skin 3-5 times a day, to hasten the process of healing.

STEP 5: Apply moisturiser to the full body of your child before sleeping.

 

ATOPIC DERMATITIS SHOULD BE TREATED

Consult Dr Surbhi

Children with atopic dermatitis often end up with side effects because of chronic use of oral and topical steroids. We at our clinic work on minimizing the use of steroids by close follow up of child skin along with reducing all the trigger factors.  If your child is suffering from child eczema that keeps on coming back, then you should definitely consult a dermatologist for long term relief.

ATOPIC DERMATITIS SHOULD BE TREATED

Consult Dr Surbhi

Children with atopic dermatitis often end up with side effects because of chronic use of oral and topical steroids. We at our clinic work on minimizing the use of steroids by close follow up of child skin along with reducing all the trigger factors. 

If your child is suffering from child eczema that keeps on coming back, then you should definitely consult a dermatologist for long term relief.