Baby Rash Pictures, Causes, Treatments
From diaper rash to impetigo, learn about baby rash causes and treatments.
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Several baby rash pictures are categorized below. Only your doctor can correctly diagnose a rash and accurately identify its source. Below are pictures of the 10 most common baby rashes, and there are some links to useful pictures that can help you isolate the cause of a rash. Also be sure to check out our list of the best diaper rash creams!
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1. Diaper Rash Pictures:
Diaper Rash Treatment Option 1: Triple Paste Ointment
Diaper Rash Treatment Option 2: A+D Original Ointment, Diaper Rash Skincare
Also check out our full article about the best diaper rash creams, balms, and ointments.
2. Hives Pictures:
For more pictures of hives, see:
3. Viral Rash Pictures (commonly seen with the common cold):
Viral Rash Treatment Option:Burt's Baby Bee Hypoallergenic Calming Lotion
4. Roseola Pictures (aka Sixth Disease, baby measles):
For more pictures of roseola, see:
5. Ringworm Rash Pictures:
For more pictures of ringworm rash, see:
6. Eczema Rash Pictures:
While you should definitely see a doctor about eczema treatment, be sure to also check out our list of the best baby lotions of the year!
Eczema Treatment Option 1: Aveeno Baby Eczema Therapy Soothing Bath Treatment
Eczema Treatment Option 2: Eucerin Baby Eczema Relief Body Cream
Eczema Treatment Option 3: Michaderm Eczema All Natural Calming Cream
7. Chickenpox Rash Pictures:
For more pictures of chickenpox rash, see:
Chicken Pox Treatment Option 1: ViraSoothe Chickenpox Relief Cooling Gel
Chicken Pox Treatment Option 2: Native Remedies Chikkie Spot Soother
8. Impetigo Pictures:
9. Heat Rash Pictures ('prickly heat'):
For more heat rash pictures, see:
Heat Rash Treatment Option 1: Burt's Bees Baby Bee Powder
Heat Rash Treatment Option 2: Caldesene Baby Care Powder
For more general rash pictures, categorized by condition, see: