All babies have it right? If your little one didn’t, how did you stop, how did you get rid of it? I have heard a few sure-fire ways to get rid of it once and for all.
EVOO (Extra Virgin Olive Oil)
This lotion, that lotion. (Here a lotion, there a lotion, sorry we’ve been doing a LOT of singing lately)
Baby oil gel
As a baby A didn’t have it too badly. I would put some baby oil on her head an hour later, it would scrap off easily using my finger nails. B, well that is a different story. Her poor head is covered. I tried the baby oil but nothing happened. I don’t have EVOO or baby oil gel and don’t plan to go buy any at the moment, EVOO is a luxury item at the moment and not for little heads.
While I was pregnant with B I had a few dry skin patches, the prenatal nurse told me to try a coconut/shea butter with vitamin E. I had found some at our Dollarama and it worked great, so I got to thinking, What about B’s cradle cap, a.k.a dry skin. I put some on her after her bath and her head has been looking great. A couple nights ago I used a bedtime lotion for babies instead and I notice first thing the next morning that she needed the coconut with vitamin E lotion again.
Hope you win your fight.