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Razor Burn - How to Stop Shaving Irritation

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01 Aug, 2019 07:01 AM

This cannot be further from the truth, and what steroid creams can actually do to dealing with this condition may surprise you. Don't get me wrong they do help for a short period of time, and do temporarily relieve your child of their symptoms. But what will happen after that? What I am going to reveal to you might shock you.

As a parent this might be the most important article you ever read. That's what you think now, and as you read this article you will soon start to see how potentially dangerous, the use of steroid creams, or similar medication might be for your infant. You see the problem with using things like that is anything that contains steroids that is constantly used on a baby's skin, is too strong for them and can have damaging effects.

For this reason, they shouldn't be used constantly, and continually for a long period of time. And what does this mean for parents who have a baby that's dealing with eczema? It means it will only work for a short period of time, and can't be used for long periods. Their skin isn't supposed to be exposed to something so strong, considering how soft and fragile their skin is.

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