Quick Fix Friday: How To Treat Cradle Cap

Quick Fix Friday: How To Get Rid Of Cradle Cap

Welcome to Quick Fix Friday! The blog post of the week where I share a tiny tip that has helped me survive with my baby twins. Sometimes, in the delirious, sleep-deprived haze, it’s the little things that stop you from snot crying over spilled breast milk (do you REALISE how long it takes to express that stuff?? Anyway…).

Here is my tiny tip of the week:

How To Treat Cradle Cap

As a parent, strange things come up all of the time that you’re having to deal with…runny poo, gunky eyes, teething rash…the list goes on. One thing we had to deal with was cradle cap. For anyone who hasn’t heard of this before, cradle cap is greasy, yellow scaly patches that sometimes appear on the scalps of young babies (you can find out more information about cradle cap on the NHS website).

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How to treat cradle cap. We found that rubbing coconut oil into our baby’s scalp twice a day helped to get rid of it.

Although not contagious or uncomfortable for babies, it’s not the nicest of things to have on the top of your baby’s head. If you follow me on our Foxfairy Twins Instagram Page you’ll know I tried a few things to help get rid of the cradle cap. And the best product that helped us was…

Coconut oil!

This stuff is magical. I would gently rub it into my baby’s scalp twice a day. It only took a couple of weeks for the cradle cap to completely disappear! It also makes them smell delightful too.

Do You Have Any Tricks?

Do you have any little tricks that have helped you with your little one?

 

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