CLEARASIL!Why does my 6 month old have little blackheads on his cheeks? and how do we get rid of them?
Do not put Clearasil on a baby.
In fact, you shouldn't put anything with chemicals on a baby or even a human being.
Most moisturizers that are produced today contain carcinogenics, hormones and other products we wouldn't dream of putting in our mouths. But guess what? Putting them on our skin is just as bad.
and you will see how toxic our skin care products are. Even stuff like Palmers Cocoa butter which most people think is 'good' for your skin is bad. No. Anything with a scent is BAD and is literally killing people. I also recommend a documentary called ';Men in Danger'; which links such products to the rapidly declining rate of male fertility--by about 60% in the past 59 years.
Please, think twice about what you put on your skin.
As for your child, it appears he/she still has maternal hormones circulating his system which usually clears off at around 6 weeks but can also stay for longer periods. While the blackheads will go away, he/she may also be more susceptible to adult acne.Why does my 6 month old have little blackheads on his cheeks? and how do we get rid of them?
lol, there probably not blackheads...
tons of stuff, go to the doc
check this site out it will help you. the best thing to use is this mild cleanser cetaphil.