Skin disease is a disease associated with a network covering the surface of the body, like skin that often occur and are relatively light. Despite the relatively mild nature, if not taken seriously, then it can aggravate the health condition of infants and children.
There are skin diseases worldwide and can strike both men and women. In some skin diseases such as staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome, males more affected than females.
Causes of skin disease, namely bacteria (gram-positive bacteria staphyllococcus, hemolyticus group A streptococcal β), a virus (Varicella Zoster Virus (VZV)), fungi (dematormikosis, kandidosis) and infestation by parasites.
Besides hormonal disorders, pigmentation disorders, disorders based on allergy-immunology and skin tumors, and systemic disorders that can cause skin symptoms accompanied by the occurrence of these skin diseases. The reason could also because the baby's skin hygiene is less manicured.
Poor hygiene and immune deficiencies caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites easily fit into the body. In skin diseases caused by bacteria and viruses, the infection can spread throughout the body via the bloodstream. While at the skin disease caused by parasites such as Sarcoptes scabiei infestation of the living in hair and there lay eggs.
Life cycle through the stages of egg, larva, nymph and adult. Skin disorders arising from scratching itches due to 'sensitization' to the 'sekret' and 'ekskret' Sarcoptes less than a month after infestation. At the time of skin disorders like dermatitis with the discovery of papule, vesicle, urtika, etc..