My daughter is 6 weeks and experencing the blisters and they are getting really hard. I've been putting vitamin e oil, the oil gets them nice and soft and they peel off by themselves alot faster. Plus it helps with her dry skin. I hope this helps, its really helping her.
Your daughter seems to be going through the normal stages of the blisters. You might try to use an anti bacteria cream which is also creamy but would also protect the blister from infection if it is accidently scratched off.
Please be sure to have her eyes examined according to the directions on the web site.
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