Does your baby has a cradle cap? Do you know that coconut oil will get rid of that?
My youngest son who is 3 months old now got a cradle cap after he was 1 month old. When my old twins got cradle cap 5 years ago, i didn't know what it was and how to get rid of it. I took them to the pediatrician and was told to try on different shampoos and prescriptions. It didn't go away for few months. I researched and try different herbs and somehow got rid of it. This was before I knew how to make soaps.
What is cradle cap? Cradle cap is white or yellow crusty skin that babies get on their heads. Toddlers, children, and even adults can have cradle cap, but it isn’t as noticeable because it is covered by their hair. Most of the time cradle cap is harmless and will resolve by itself within 3 months. In severe cases, you may need to see a doctor for cradle cap. The exact cause is unknown.
I have found coconut oil to work extremely well for removing cradle cap. Coconut oil is full of vitamin E, anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, anti-viral, cleansing, purifying, and antioxidants. It moisturizes, soothes, and fights the effects of aging (such as wrinkles and saggy skin) and contributes to the amazing lather you’ll find in our soap. Coconut oil will leave your baby’s skin and hair so soft. I use coconut oil to make pure coconut soap (no scent) and tried it out. Amazing it worked. After brushing and washing our baby's hair a few times a week, I could see clearly that the condition improved. When I took my son to his pediatrician for a check-up, I mentioned this symptom and was confirmed that the condition was not severe. I didn't mention to the doctor what I used.
The handcrafted coconut soap is free of dyes, parabens, harsh chemicals, sulfates, and detergents. We use 100% organic coconut oil to make the soap and nothing else included.