When Baby V was about two months old, cradle cap began to form at the front part of his scalp. It was thick and dry. I bought a bottle of Buds Baby Oil (RM19.90 from Safe ‘n Sound) and our home-visit nurse showed me how to remove his cradle cap.
She applied a generous amount of baby oil onto the cradle cap area. After about 5-10 minutes, she used a baby comb to gently scrap off the dried skin. Gosh, a lot of dried flaky skin was removed!
At the end of the session,. Baby V looked like a punk with oily hair that stood up.
Later, I realised that the cradle cap stayed away only when this step is followed by usimg Buds Cradle Cap Cleansing Lotion.
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