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Cradle Cap

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    hkgirl is offline Registered User
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    rubbing helps

    My daughter had cradle cap, but as long as I rub her head with the washcloth when I wash her hair every second day, it doesn't come back. I use tip to toe Johnson's soap free baby wash, but I don't think that makes a difference, although it's very gentle on her skin.

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    lynnhc is offline Registered User
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    My first baby had cradlecap - we used sweet almond oil daily and it was very effective.

    Lynn

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    Fafa is offline Registered User
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    Agreed. I started to use Mustella for both of my daughters since they born. Their Cradle Cap shampoo is good, too.

    Mustella shampoo seems a bit dry to my younger one. And I thus switched to Chicco's. Since then, it seems that my daughters' hair look more shiny and healthy.

    For bathing gel, I also switched to Jungamel Croco Bath from NuSkin. Its green apple frangrance smells fantastic. Most important of all, it is NOT alkaline at all.
    :cheerlead

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