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How Often Should You Bathe a Newborn Baby

Bathing a newborn is an important process, since it protects them from germs and bacteria, and helps keep them clean for the day. It’s also good to know just how often bathing should occur since excessive baths might dry out baby’s skin and inadequate bathing might expose them to harmful bacteria. Continue reading below to …

When Does Cradle Cap Go Away in Babies?

The majority of infants will go through a brief period where they are troubled by cradle cap, otherwise known as seborrheic dermatitis. This is not something you should be overly alarmed about, because in the majority of cases, it’s just a phase you’re infant is going through, and it will clear up all by itself. …

How to Get Rid of Baby Dandruff

Medically, it’s not really necessary to try and eliminate dandruff from your baby’s scalp, since it presents no health threat to your child, and in the majority of cases, it is believed by some medical professionals that it likely causes no discomfort to your baby. However, it can appear to be unsightly, and many parents …

How to Wash a Newborn Baby’s Hair

Many parents are uncertain about how frequently to wash their child’s hair, especially in cases where dandruff has developed or where cradle cap may be affecting the child. It can actually be very important that you don’t overdo shampooing your baby’s hair, because that can dry it out and cause more harm than good. Continue …

Newborn Baby Dandruff or Cradle Cap? Learn the Difference

It’s fairly common for parents to discover scales or flakiness on their baby’s scalp, and you might be wondering what the difference is between the two conditions. Keep reading below to find out how the two differ, and what can be done to help manage cradle cap. In either case, your baby will probably not …

What Causes Seborrheic Dermatitis

Seborrheic dermatitis is a common inflammatory skin condition that mostly affects the oily parts of the body. The condition is characterized by rashes, flaking, and scaling of such parts as the face, scalp, upper chest, armpits, and the groin area. Seborrheic dermatitis that affects the scalp manifests as dandruff. The National Center for Biotechnology Information …

9 Best Ways to Get Rid of Cradle Cap on Babies

It is estimated that cradle cap (Seborrheic Dermatitis) affects 10 percent of infants under the age of one month, and 70 percent at three months and under. Occurrences drop drastically after the first few years of your baby’s life, and a small percentage of cases can last up to a year. Cradle cap is usually …

What Causes Cradle Cap in Babies

If you are a parent, you likely have seen cradle cap at one time or another. Cradle cap is a very-common skin condition that impacts nearly 70% of babies by three-months old. Cradle cap or ‘seborrheic dermatitis’ resembles a type of baby dandruff, and though it is most common on the scalp, it can also …

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