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Protect Babies' Scalp & Eliminate Cradle Cap!
Calm scalp redness, cradle cap, oiliness and dandruff with our natural, Cradle Cap Foam Shampoo. Scientifically formulated to cleanse baby's hair and scalp, and to rinse away oil and flakes caused by common scalp and skin condition like dryness, dandruff, eczema, and cradle cap.
Our Gentle Foaming Shampoo for babies and toddlers, gently lifts and rinses away cradle cap flakes. Your little one will experience fewer flakes and dry scalp with each bath. Our proven formula contains salicylic acid, a natural exfoliant, which helps to effectively prevent and reduce cradle cap. Organic calendula soothes redness and irritation associated with common skin and scalp conditions.
Paraben-free • Phthalate-free • Sulfate-free • Dye-free • Perfume-free • Vegan
Active Ingredients:Coconut Oil, Rice Extract, Organic Calendula
Natural Exfoliant: Salicylic Acid
Gentle And Effective From Birth On
Wiggly Baby? No Problem.
Our foaming pump dispenser allows for easy application. Just a few pumps into hands, and then a gentle massage into hair and scalp will help reduce redness, irritation and cradle cap. We recommend using T is for Tame’s Scalp Soothing Cream, followed by the Gentle Foaming Shampoo every day for the first 3 days. After, shampoo can be used 2-3 times a week to help prevent and tame irritation.
What Is Cradle Cap? Cradle cap is what seborrheic dermatitis is called when it appears on your baby’s scalp.The skin condition can show up elsewhere, too, such as on your baby’s face on the ears, eyelids, eyebrows, and nose, or on the body on the neck, armpit, belly button, legs, and groin.When the symptoms of cradle cap appear anywhere other than the scalp, your provider will refer to it as seborrheic dermatitis.
Is cradle cap contagious? No, it isn’t contagious, and it generally isn’t painful or itchy for your baby. Plus, it won’t leave any scars or have long term side effects.
What Does Cradle Cap Look Like?Cradle cap typically looks like skin that has red, moist patches. It commonly appears in skin folds near the neck or behind the ears. It can sometimes look yellowish with greasy patches, or it might appear scaly or flaky.
What Causes Cradle Cap?It’s not known exactly what causes cradle cap, but experts say it’s not caused by poor hygiene or an allergy to something you’re using.One factor may be that some of your pregnancy hormones have passed on to your baby before birth, causing the production of too much oil (sebum) in the oil glands and hair follicles, trapping dead skin cells.
Are you cradle cap products scented? No. We use no dyes, scents, or artificial ingredients.
Is it made in the USA? Our ingredients are all sourced from the US and the UK and our contract manufacturer is in Pennsylvania.
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