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Baby having pimples on face, reoocuring after applying cream. Treatment?

Hi doc my 2month old baby boy has small pimples all over his face .the doc had advised to apply emosone cream once a day for 3days post which his face became clear but the pimples reappeared and the condition is the same now ...also his face skin is very rough .can u pls advise some med .also I would like to know the reasons for such pimples at such young age .
Asked On : Wed, 17 Oct 2012
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in my opinion it seems like a simple miliria also called as prickly heat ..but since u said it resolves on applying emosone its an auto immune type disease..most likely an allergic or seborrhic dermatitis which could happen in this age also.. in my opinion u should consult a dermatologist for further evaluation..if conditions are auto immune then treatment have to be taken throughout the course of the disease..and relapse or recurrences are common..they have heriditary
preponderance as well.
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