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Prolonged red rashes all over cheeks, below eyes, chin. Medication required?

Hello my 17 months old son has developed rashes over is cheeks, below is eyes and chin area, these are red in color.. I thought they would go on they would disappear on their own but it s been more than a month now. though it isn t itchy but I am sure he is having problems. What cream should I use, normally post bath i apply johnson baby cream. Please suggest.
Asked On : Thu, 14 Feb 2013
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from the description it seems he is having rashes of atopic eczema. To treat the same
Use a mild cleanser or soap bar like cetaphil or venusia or hidrate or aqua soft etc
apply an intensive moisturiser like cetaphil restoraderm. Just remember as much as you keep the area hydrated, lesser are the chances of irritation, itching, scaling and redness. If in case the lesions do not seem to subside continue use of emollients along with a mild steroid cream like desonide or hydrocortisone.

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Answered: Sat, 6 Jul 2013
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