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Infant having red rashes on face, apply coconut oil regularly, have changed to dermadew soap after breakout. Which soap is advisable?

I have a 6 weeks old baby ..there is red rashes on her face like pimples before I was using j& j top to toe and changed to j& j soap after using soap rashes started now I stoped and using dermadew soap ..dermadew soap is safe for my baby or Teddy bear or seba med soap Is best Or any other soap pls suggest me and I am applying coconut oil on my baby
Asked On : Fri, 14 Sep 2012
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If you will continue applying Coconut oil, it will block the pores in skin of your baby from where sweat comes, causing eruptions as described by you, so stop it at the earliest. As for soaps, its best if no soaps are used in babies because of this allergy factor.
Its best to bath baby with plain water and then clean dry with a cotton towel. If soap has to be used at all, use low pH ones like Teddybar. Thanks.
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