These brushes and comb fit nicely in a diaper bag. They’re a must have when you’re on the go. Pondering Pine natural wooden brushes and comb work great for all types of hair and are a handy baby brush set through the different stages of hair growth.
Carefully designed with round edges, a great way for your toddler to learn how to start brushing their hair. Safe to start using right away with your newborn. The comb fits perfectly in your purse, perfect for on the go!
Gently massage your newborns tender scalp and soft spot with the softest goat hair brush. You can even use it during bath time with wet hair. Your little one will enjoy gentle calming scalp massages while bonding.
The brush and comb, specially designed to help lift the flakes once they have softened.
If shampooing alone isn’t dislodging the the crust then you can help the cradle cap move along by exfoliating baby’s head. After shampooing (which should have softened the scales) you can brush through with a soft bristle brush. Using a fine tooth comb, like a bit comb, can be particularly effective. Don’t try to get it all out in one go, just do a little after each shampoo, and brush more regularly with a soft bristle brush too.
- The most luxurious baby brush set.
- Stylish, modern and gender neutral.
- Brush set for all baby and kids hair needs.
- Use brushes and comb for dry and wet hair.
- Super durable through endless uses.
It’s the perfect gift for any baby shower or newborn. It’s gender neutral and comes with a cute drawstring boho storage bag make this set the cute and useful baby gift.
Baby Cradle Cap
A baby’s scalp or sometimes the eyebrows might have thick rash that is yellowish and crusty. This is a Cradle cap. Its main victims are newborns, toddlers and sometimes elementary school goers. Though not dangerous, Cradle cap does not look pleasant.
Although cradle cap does no harm, it is often a tremendous concern to parents, who do not like the yellow or brown scales on their otherwise perfect baby.
If the cradle cap does not resolve on its own, there are a couple of home remedies that can be tried.
It often goes away on its own, but for cases that are particularly irritating or that last for a long time, there are several treatment options. The first step is to try a simple dry scalp treatment to loosen the scales from your baby’s head. This is best done by massaging the baby’s scalp gently with your fingertips, shampooing your baby’s hair with a mild baby shampoo, then using a soft brush to loosen the plaque and scales.
Sometimes putting a few drops of mineral oil or petroleum jelly onto the scalp for the massage can be helpful in softening the scales, but be sure to wash the oils out well or it can make the cradle cap worse.