Q11. What types of birthmarks do babies get?
A11. There are several different types of birthmark which come in all shapes and sizes, and on any part of the body. More than 80% of babies have a birthmark. The most common types include:
- Moles: these are known as birthmark moles or ‘congenital nevi’.
- Café au lait spots
- Port wine stains
- Strawberry birthmark (known as a strawberry hemangioma)
Some birthmarks fade over time but others remain with the person for life.
Find out more in our birthmarkssection.
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Baby Skin Rashes
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- Types of baby skin rashes
- Baby acne
- Cradle cap
- Heat rash
- Nappy rash
- Viral skin rash
- Baby skin care
- Baby Skin Rashes FAQs