This retrospective study investigated the effectiveness of calamine lotion (CL) as an adjunctive therapy to mometasone furoate ointment (MFO) in the treatment of infant eczema (IE). This retrospective study analyzed the electronic medical records of 50 IE infants. They were allocated to a treatment group or a control group, with 25 subjects in each group. All infants in both groups received MFO. In addition, infants in the treatment group underwent CL. The outcomes were effectiveness based on the eczema area and severity index, lesion area, and pruritus severity. We analyzed the outcomes before and after treatment. The results of this study showed that infants in the treatment group had more effective in effectiveness based on eczema area and severity index (P < .01), lesion area (P < .01), and pruritus severity (P = .01) than those in the control group. However, no medical records reported any adverse events in either group. The results of this study showed that CL added to MFO was more effective than MFO alone in the treatment of infants with IE.