Cradle Cap Baby Shampoo


cradle cap baby shampoo, shampoo for babies 0+, size 100 g.

Baby shampoo is used to clean the hair and scalp. For dry skin in children, dandruff in children, infant eczema.


Product details
cradle cap baby shampoo, shampoo for babies 0+, size 100 g.
Used to clean the hair and scalp.

  • For children with dry skin
  • Dandruff in babies
  • Dermatitis rash

How to use

  • Wet hair and scalp where cleaning is needed
  • Apply Cradle Cap Baby Shampoo directly to the affected area
  • Gently massage with a Derma Fay Bath Soother brush
  • Rinse thoroughly
  • Comb out loose flakes with a Derma Fay flake away comb brush


Should be stored at temperatures below 30 degrees and avoid sunlight.


For use outside the body only. Avoid contact with eyes. If used, there is an abnormality. Please stop using and consult a doctor immediately.


Rosa Damascena Flower Water

Organic rose flower water from Korea Eliminate free radicals Has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects.

Panthenol or Vitamin B5

Good moisture retention substance Helps provide armor for the skin. Prevents moisture loss Ideal for dry skin. It will help moisturize. Protects from moisture loss Makes the skin soft and increases skin elasticity, reduces redness, helps heal wounds and accelerates the creation of new skin tissue. Reduce inflammation of the skin

Glyceryl Glucoside

Helps maintain moisture levels to keep skin smooth, soft and flexible. Do not cause the skin to become dehydrated, causing the skin to become dull, dry, and not radiant.


Helps reduce inflammation Protects the skin and prevents itching. Retains water to nourish the skin for softness and moisture. Soothe the skin Relieves irritation from allergies Stimulate the birth of new skin cells Inhibits dandruff.

Free from dangerous chemicals

Paraben, Synthetic Color, Sulfate, Cruelty, Alcohol, Benzene, Formaldehyde, Phthalate, Steriod

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What is Cradle Cap?

Cradle Cap or seborrheic dermatitis (most people know it as seborrheic dermatitis) is a condition that is common in newborns and young children. It is an inflammation of the skin that occurs on the scalp. But it can occur in other areas. of the body, such as the face, chest, torso, and legs



  • Testosterone from mother Affects the baby’s sebaceous glands This causes excessive oil production on the scalp.
  • Malassezia fungus on the scalp can overgrow. and cause inflammation
  • Genetics Children who have relatives with Cradle Cap have a higher chance of developing it than children who have no relatives who have had the disease.
  • Children with weakened immune systems there will be a greater chance of Cradle Cap in children with strong immune systems.



  • If it’s the scalp The affected area will have yellow stains, thick, flaky, and red scalp. Dandruff and itching may also be present.
  • If it is in other areas of the body, it may cause a red rash, raised bumps, dry, flaky skin.

Cradle cap (the waxy buildup on a baby’s scalp) is common and usually clears up on its own without any problems. In rare cases, if it gets severe, it might lead to inflammation, scarring, or secondary infections like seborrheic dermatitis.


Cradle Cap usually occurs in newborns up to 3 months of age and symptoms usually improve by the time babies are 6-12 months of age, but in some cases symptoms can last into preschool age.


Factors that put children at greater risk

  • Male infants are at higher risk of Cradle Cap than female infants.
  • Infants whose birth weight is less than ideal There is a greater risk than infants who are at or above the normal weight
  • premature baby
  • Infants whose mothers have psoriasis



  • Wash your child’s hair regularly. Using a shampoo that is gentle and appropriate for children
  • Keep the scalp clean
  • Apply moisturizer to the scalp



  • Use Cradle Cap Shampoo 2-3 times a week
  • Oils that are safe for children (read more: 5 oils for children that can be used on babies) Apply a thin layer on the scalp before washing hair. Helps keep the scalp moisturized
  • Comb the baby’s hair gently. Helps remove yellow stains and dandruff



  • Do not pick or scratch the yellow stains on the scalp. Because it may cause wounds and infection.
  • Consult a doctor immediately if symptoms become more severe. or does not improve within 2-4 weeks, inflammation occurs The child feels annoyed, very itchy, irritable and irritable to the point of affecting various aspects of development.


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