Is It Normal For Reddish Eye Bags In A 7 Month Old Child?
Tonight .. want to ask, is it normal for my child’s eye bags to turn red? or commonly called under the eyes
Maybe what you mean is the lower eyelid. Normally the skin on the lower eyelid is the same color as the surrounding skin. The presence of redness indicates the possibility of a process occurring. You did not describe the redness like what happened, so our advice is less directional. Some possibilities that occur in your baby, for example:
Scratching due to scratching. In some babies, the finger nails are long and pointed, making it easy to scratch baby's soft skin. Insect bite. Generally in the form of reddish bumps and itching, so the child looks scratched. Bacterial, viral, or parasitic infections. Allergic reaction to contact of an ingredient. Atopic dermatitis. Bruised due to collision. Given the vast possibilities, you should consult this with your pediatrician. Doctors need to assess skin disorders directly in order to determine the possibility of diagnosis. In the meantime, cut the child's nails so that they are always short, avoid applying an oil or other material that is suspected of causing allergies, and maintain optimal baby's skin hygiene. Do not give any medicine without doctor's advice.
Hopefully this answer can be useful. Regards.