How to get rid of cradle cap for your babies safe

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How to get rid of cradle cap for your babies safe

Postby Solianne » Sat Mar 18, 2017 8:53 pm

Cradle cap is a favorable environment for the Pityrosporum ovale fungus’ development that can make the baby itching. In some rare cases, it can spread to other skin areas of the baby!
As children grow up, cradle cap becomes fewer, and when they are one year old it may be entirely eliminated. If cradle cap is just a thin layer, it is a normal physiological phenomenon. In contract, if it plays into thick foundation plastered to the hairline, it will cause itch so the baby will scratch their heads frequently. This leads to infectious complications in the scalp.
The symptoms of cradle cap are Hard patchy scales on the scalp, hair loss, greasy and chapped skin, inflammation, drainage, instant boil.
I recommend some effective home remedies to get rid of cradle cap for your children:

1. Vaseline:
Take an enough amount of Vaseline and apply it to the affected areas. Leave it through the night for the best effect. In the next morning, the cradle will be softened and easy to remove, use a soft toothed comb to rub and remove the scales from your baby’s scalp.

2. Coconut oil:
Take an enough amount of coconut oil and apply it to the head skin. Make sure that it covers all the affected areas. Then you can remove the flakes by scrubbing by a soft toothed comb. Finally, wash off the baby’ head with fresh water and a suitable shampoo and wipe with a soft towel.

3. Cradle Cap Brush
Remember to choose the best one that is suitable and safe for your baby. The one that has soft bristles is required.
When using the cradle cap brush, don't press too much or it can harmful to the sensitive and tender skin of your baby or in some cases, it can cause pain and lead to blood.
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Re: How to get rid of cradle cap for your babies safe

Postby ChrisHam » Wed Aug 16, 2017 5:11 pm

Coconut oil is a miracle worker!

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