Mandy Moore’s Son Has Rare Skin Condition Called Gianotti-crosti Syndrome

Mandy Moore shared that one of her sons is having a serious issue with a red rash on his body called Gianotti–crosti syndrome.

On Friday, she shared a photo of her two-year-old son Gus on her Instagram Stories, along with some information on his recent condition.

She and her husband tried to deduce what it could be and went to a pediatrician and dermatologist to find the answer.

Fortunately, Gus just smiles and carries on with his day as nothing happens.

Finally, she understood that it’s a viral childhood rush called Gianotti–crosti syndrome that attacks Gus’ legs, feet, and the backs of his arms.

The rash could last 6-8 weeks but she got a steroid cream and Benadryl to minimize the damage.

According to the National Institute of Health, the rash could last a minimum of 10 days to several weeks.

It’s a rare skin disease characterized by a rash on the skin of the buttocks, legs, and arms.

The Candy singer concluded her Stories post by saying kids are resilient and she feels okay as long as he’s smiling through it.

Mandy Moore and Taylor Goldsmith were married in 2018.

Gus or August “Gus” Harrison was born on Feb. 20, 2021.

Their youngest son, Oscar “Ozzie” Bennett Goldsmith, was born a year later in October 2022.

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