I have had this terrible skin disorder since a child and have gone through many different meds and home remedies. If your eczema is at the oozing stage soak in oatmeal baths and then follow up with neutrogena sesame seed oil and pat dry. If you are in the scaling stage try rubbing crisco on your skin and wrap plastic wrap around areas and sleep with this on. Try wearing white cotton gloves to bed for you scratch and irritate the areas in your sleep. Use cool water to bathe for hot water irritates these areas. Use a good moisturizing lotion like eucerin and also use cortisone when itching. One thing that works well is tanning regularly but don't overdue it in one session. Make sure you know your allergies and try as hard as you can to stay away from those food items or airborne items that you are allergic too. I use aveeno bath products too and stay away from the perfumed items.
The aetiology is unknown.
Treatment includes the use of a mild tar shampoo, oatmeal baths, and
avoidance of soaps. Occasionally, a mild topical steroid may be
Neonatal Acne Neonatal acne may be present at birth, or develop over the first 2-4 weeks of life. There is controversy over whether it is truly acne or whether it represents a form of pustular disorder in the newborn period. As a result, the term neonatal cephalic pustulosis has been mooted. The condition consists of pustules over the cheeks primarily, but also involves other areas of the face and the scalp. As opposed to infantile acne (which develops after 2 months) and acne of adolescence, there are no comedomes in the neonatal form. It may be difficult to differentiate between acne and miliaria rubra.