Allergic Contact Dermatitis (Pediatric)
Contact dermatitis, though rare, can be caused by allergic skin reactions in infants and children.
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On this page, find material regarding medical concerns affecting the cheek area of the female infant. The cheek shares the same thin and delicate skin of the baby's face, so it is a frequent site for irritation and inflammation. Among other conditions, eczema, irritant contact dermatitis, cradle cap, milia, ringworm, cellulitis, and impetigo are often found on the cheek. Click the images below to learn more about these diagnoses; the images are linked to pages that will give you more information about each diagnosis as well as suggestions for home care and advice on when to see your doctor.