What is best too use for babys cradle crap
I just used Baby OIl and rubbed it in at night after bubs bath.
If you apply a littl olive oil and rub on with a soft baby brush leave overnight and then wash of in the mornig it will be gone soon as..My 2 have suffered alot.
Baby oil massged in then brushed with a soft brush.
If it is particularly bad there is a product you can buy from the chemist ..Unsure of the name,Sorry
i rub baby oil in a couple of hours before the bath to help it lift...i dont like him to go to bed with oily hair...
My son has had terrible cradle cap. I have just been rubbing baby massage oil onto his scalp about half an hour before bathtime. Just before his bath I sit him up on my knee and very gently run a baby comb through his hair. Just keep combing it - it completely got it all off. You will need to give bubs hair a few shampoos to get the oil out.
My baby only had it a couple of times and both times I used olive oil and left it in overnight. I was told not to use "baby oils" eg Johnsons - plant/vegetable oils are much better for baby's skin.
My new born has peeling skin on her feet and hands, never had that with my boy, I've just tried putting baby oil on it. Any other suggestions?
I'd just massage natural almond oil in, it has no odour, free from preservatives and colours...you can get it from all health food stores.
Try not to use mineral oil. Try olive oil - its fantastic for bubs. Was baby born past her due date? Sometimes if they are late their skin can get a bit dry (overcooked, hehe) But, give the olive oil a go, it's nice and gentle for babies skin and a really good natural moisturiser. Use extra light if you are worried about the smell. I don't think there is anything else you can do but moisturise it. Obviously don't pick at it. It should clear up shortly.
I used to use olive oil on my son's scalp, I also used it for any dry patches and even nappy rash, Its a wonderful natural cure. Little bit of trivia...the original recipe for the SAVON DE PROVENCE (famous natural soup used in France on babies) was mostly olive oil.
ok, my bub just had his first hit of cradle cap at 8.5 months. i mixed some bi-carb soda with some jojoba oil to a paste then massaged into his scalp, left for about 1 hour and then we had a lovely bath. i washed his hair and voila..... gone. i just had to wash his hair the next day again from the oil but it's gone.
warm up some olive oil put it on at nigh . light comb in morning wash as normal will need to repeat a couple of time i done this with my children 24 years ago .
I have also read that a nit comb works wonders after applying the oil overnight.
You can use baby oil or olive oil works just as well. Leave overnight and wash out the next day using a soft brush to brush out any flakes but don't pick at it otherwise you'll make it inflammed or even infected.
Olive oil helpful for controlling cradle cap. You can also bath your baby in a small amount instead of bath oil. The advantage of olive oil is that it is chemical free unlike many baby products.
i tried all the above remedies for my bub's cradle cap, it was a nightmare. it was itching her and she would scratch her poor head till it bled. even if we got it off by brushing etc, it would return. in the end i tried cetaphil moisturising cream. within 2 DAYS it was all gone. i didn't have to do anything like brushing, washing, combing... it just went. amazing.
Egozite cradle cap lotion works really well, you apply it once a day for 3days without washing their hair and then wash it out.
dont try to comb or scratch it out as that will pull out baby's hair and damage their scalp
My little one still has cradle cap and because it is so hot I really dont want to cake her head in any oil at all, I don't think I would like it, makes you feel more hot and sweaty, so I really don't want to have to try that at the moment. Anyone know of anything else I could try, Whiterabbit11's cetaphil cream might be an idea, any other suggestions I could take on board ladies? BTW she just hates me trying to comb her hair so I can forget that suggestion, lol.
We were told olive oil as well but the only thing that worked for us was a mild steroid cream My son did grow out of it as well. We also used to rub a damp flannel all over his head to help lift it off. I received an email about a new MooGoo cream the other day Melmeko, I think it would be worth a try. I am going to try it on my boy's dermatitis because I don't want to use any more steroid creams on him.
I never though of MooGoo for my little one's is it a special cream for babies or just a dermatitis cream in general?
It's for a list of things like eczema, dermatitis and so on but I am pretty sure the email said it was safe for everyone, even babies. Just checked my email and it says children as well, but I will check the website. It also says it is ant-fungal and wound healing, and has been approved by the Therapeutic Goods Administration. Sounds like it could be a winner!
It sure does and with the success of their products I think it really would work. What price range is it in?
I just checked that, it is $18.50.
Thanks so much Hooha, not much more expensive than others I would get to treat skin conditions, although I can't see myself getting that from them right now coz I really, really want some hair products for myself and can't afford them just yet, lol, think I will have to wait until I can get the lot. So gals any more el cheapo ideas around other than oil???
I really think the damp flannel and then a good comb through did a fair bit of good Melmeko.
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