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Baby having white patches near mouth, eye. Hand every cold, white. What could it be?

Hi, my baby is 3.5months. He s having white patches near his mouth and eye. At the moment our climate is very dry hot with38degrees. First he got small pimples on his face and once those are gone white patches came...and I have noticed his hand is very cold and whitemost of the time. I don t understand what exactly it is?
Asked On : Sun, 24 Mar 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Welcome to health care magic.
From your description, it seems to me that your baby may be having mild eczema or a heat rash. You could try applying a calamine based lotion twice day. Also moisturize the skin twice a day with a good moisturizer. Please consult your pediatrician for the cold hands as it is important to rule out internal problems.
Hope this helped you.
Take care.
Answered: Fri, 28 Jun 2013
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