In the first months of life, newborns may experience increased skin changes, such as neonatal exanthema or neonatal jaundice. In this article, you will learn how these skin changes are treated and whether they can be dangerous for your baby.
Babies are miraculous and very vulnerable beings since - in contrast to adults - their skin lacks important protective functions. In the first few months of life, your baby's skin lets more moisture pass through and dries out faster, making it prone to irritation and inflammation. That is why it is important to take proper care and protect the skin of a baby.