Taking care of baby’s eyes is not a child’s play. Here are some tips for regular cleaning of the eyes of the baby and precautions for cleaning baby’s sore eyes.
Few parents think about taking care of their newborn's eyes. In the weeks following your baby's birth, their eyes will be doing a lot of maturing and focusing. Here are some eye care tips for a new born baby you should know about.
Some babies don’t like to have their eyes cleaned. Do make sure that the water is comfortably warm but beyond that, it’s usually best to just clean quickly and move on.
Many babies develop sticky eyes and it is quite normal for them to have a yellowish, sticky substance in the corner of the eyes, which can sometimes be quite crusty or flaky, especially after sleeping.
From crusting to redness, baby peeper problems can plague nervous new parents. Fortunately, most eye problems are no big deal, but here's what to watch for.
If one of your newborn's eyes is watering and appears red and irritated, she may have something in her eye. You can help ease your baby's pain by working to remove minor irritants from her eye.
Eyecare experts say children should have their first eye exam when they’re only six months old. It’s best to find a specialist in treating young children. This exam mostly checks basic working order and structure of the eyes.