It is possible that your baby does not have the usual kind of eczema which often has an allergic cause. Your baby's eczema sounds like the kind that is known as 'seborrhoeic eczema'. This kind of eczema lasts for a shorter time and most babies outgrow it by the age of about 6 months. You can try a very mild cortisone cram known as Mylocort Cream applied once or twice daily to her rash. If it has not cleared up after 5 days it would be best to take your baby to see your paediatrician.
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