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  • Baby acne

    Baby acne is acne that develops on a newborn's skin. Baby acne can occur anywhere on the face, but usually appears on the cheeks, nose and forehead. Baby acne is common — and temporary. There's little you can do to prevent baby acne. Baby acne usually clears up on its own, without scarring.

  • Baby acne

    Neonatal acne generally shows up within the first three months after birth and lasts no more than a few months. Infantile acne appears between 3 and 6 months of age and goes away within a year or two. Symptoms are usually characterized by small red or white bumps on a baby's cheeks, nose and forehead. It often develops within the first two to four weeks after birth.

  • Baby acne

    Many babies also develop tiny white bumps on the nose, chin or cheeks. These are known as milia. It is very common. Between 3 and 7 in every 10 babies develop it. It seems to be more common in babies born at full term (between 37 and 40 weeks of gestation) compared with premature babies.

 

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