The symptoms are patches of red, dry and itchy skin on the face or behind the ears, and in the creases of the neck, knees and elbows. Your baby may scratch the itchy patches and the eczema can get infected as a result.
If you think your child's eczema is caused by a food allergy, but you can't work out which food is the problem, you could talk with your GP about allergy testing.
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