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Toddlers (2 to 5 years of age)

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Toddlers (2 to 5 years of age)

Around the age of two, your toddler’s eczema is more likely to appear in the creases of the elbows and knees, or on their wrists, ankles and hands. It may also appear on the skin around your toddler’s mouth and eyelids. Your toddler’s skin may start to look dry and scaly at this stage and become thick with deeper lines — this is called “lichenification.”

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Babies (6-12 Months)

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Babies (6-12 Months)

At this stage, eczema often appears on your baby’s elbows and knees — places that are easy to scratch or rub while learning to crawl and walk. If the eczema rash becomes infected, it may form a yellow crust, or very small “pus bumps” on the skin.

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Infants (up to 6 months)

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Infants (up to 6 months)

Painful eczema is likely to appear on the face, cheeks, chin, forehead, and scalp. It can also spread to other areas of the body, but not usually in the diaper area, where moisture protects the skin. The skin at this stage also tends to look red and “weepy.”

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