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cradle cap Lock Rss

wow! you have a lot of advice here!, that's wonderful, and I am sure that your baby's skin will eventually be smooth, I have heard that vegetable oil and olive oil is really good,

I use QV oil (buy from the chemist)
mixed in water, and I brush through my son's hair, and this gets rid of it really well,
QV cream on his face helps with the driness he has there,

I liked the bicarb of soda idea and may give that a try too!....

you aren't meant to pick the dtry skin from his head, so do use a brush,

Hope that your son's cradle cap is better very soon,



Heléna

Liam Evan, 2

My daughter was born 3 months ago, and like you I'm a first time mum! The whole baby soft/perfect skin thing is such a phalicy! Mckenzie was born with really dry skin too gasp) I found tui bee balme and calendula oil really good.

the tui bee balme is like almost a wax sort of thing, and is completely natural so if your son rubbed it into his eyes or into his mouth it wouldn't harm him at all. found both of these products work, and the calendula oil made a good massage oil as well!!!

Hope all goes well

Mckenzie Cate 28/7/04 & Lexi Breanne 10/5/07

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