By browsing the baby rash questions and answers below, you’ll find tips on how to deal with all those weird rashes, scabs, and eczema that a baby can get.

Newborn babies are not always as cute as seen on TV. They get all sorts of strange skin conditions, but most of them are normal and disappear as the baby grows.

For older babies, different types of rashes and skin conditions are also common. For example, there are the diaper rashes that most babies get at least occasionally. And the cradle cap.

During the cold season, babies can also get dry rashes that are not due to anything but the dry indoor air. When babies start eating solid foods, they can get rashes that are related to certain food intolerances or allergies. A new washing detergent, or baby swim classes can also trigger eczema and rashes in babies.

Finally, there are viruses and illnesses that also give babies rashes.

Below you’ll find a lot of questions and answers about different types of baby rashes and skin problems. You can find more tips by visiting our Baby Care section

Baby Rashes and Other Skin Problems