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What care is required to prevent the mother and the baby from getting Eczema?

Anyone who is expecting is at a higher risk of worst Eczema. The reason women get Eczema can be the raging hormones in the body during pregnancy to immune function and autoimmune disorders, so if you already have eczema, it can flare up during pregnancy. The fact that you cannot take some medications during pregnancy can make it even worst.

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But how can you prevent Eczema during pregnancy?

Eczema during pregnancy is generally not dangerous to the mother or the baby. The good news is, it clears up once the pregnancy is over.

However, you still need to take care of yourself by not taking medication but using other methods to reduce the Eczema such as being selective with what goes on your skin.

There are a few things to keep in mind if you have Eczema.

For anyone who is expecting a baby, it is better to take warm showers and avoid hot showers as it can worsen the condition of Eczema.
You can also try to moisturize your skin with the following ingredients Shea butter, coconut oil, and Beeswax found in all our balms.
Wear soft fabric and loose clothes that do not irritate the skin and avoid harsh cleaners and body wash.

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Now how can you ensure that your baby is not getting Eczema?

Breastfeeding:
According to research breastfeeding, your little one can reduce the chances of Eczema. Moreover, if your baby has Eczema, you can try using petroleum jelly. You can also use the baby balm to treat Eczema. This baby balm by Silkebee is a healthy and natural choice for your little one.

Doctors also recommend the mothers to breastfeed their kids if they have Eczema. Breast milk has the qualities and antibodies that help with easing infections and especially Eczema. Nursing mothers can also apply some breast milk on the affected area to ensure the recovery from Eczema quicker and easier.

Probiotics:
During pregnancy, you can take probiotics to ensure that the risk of your little one getting eczema is reduced. Even if your little one has Eczema, you can try to ensure that the skin is hydrated and moisturized all the time. Use natural and Organic products to hydrate the skin of your baby. Breastfeeding will also help in reducing the effects of Eczema.

 

Natural body balm
For your little ones who have eczema, you can try using the natural body balm made from organic ingredients. It will not only ease the irritation caused by eczema but also help your little one recover faster.
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Organic Ingredients:

The best choices to apply to the affected area are shea butter, beeswax, and coconut oil. These natural ingredients can be used for both pregnant mothers and babies both.

  • Eczema dries out skin and will make it scaly and dry. To avoid that shea butter is the best remedy. Do you why? Shea butter has moisture retention properties and hydrates the skin. The protective layer of shea butter enriches the skin, preventing it from drying further by locking the moisture.
  • Beeswax is also effective because of the anti-inflammatory properties. It creates a preventive layer against infection that can further worsen eczema. Beeswax restores healthy skin and helps with a speedy recovery from eczema by clearing the pathogens.
  • Coconut oil is the major ingredient used for curing eczema because of the soothing properties. Eczema can cause irritation and coconut oil is the best solution to ease the irritation.

In the balms by Silkebee all three organic ingredients are available. Not only these body and baby balms are safe to use, but also soothe the annoying symptoms of eczema.

Wondering where to find us? You can shop our organic products at https://silkebee.com/.