Jess’ mom couldn’t believe it. A toddler with cradle cap? She thought 3 years old seemed a bit out of reach for infantile seborrheic dermatitis.
After all, she was already dealing with the same problem with her 6 month old child. As a result, she was surprised to discover her older child also had it.
Her hairstylist made the discovery while Jess was getting a haircut. The hairstylist explained that although the condition was not dangerous or contagious, Jess’s mom should not ignore it.
Of course, unlike many of the grown ups that come to us, Jess’s mom had some experience with cradle cap.
“Luckily, I had Noggin Wipes from my baby and I used them on his head,” Jess’s mom explained
She was already using Noggin Wipes on her infant child. That experience is what gave her the idea to try Noggin Wipes on her toddler with cradle cap.
It didn’t take long for Jess’s mom to see a change in her son’s scalp.
“After two uses it was gone. I put him in front of the iPad and just rubbed it away,” Jess’s mom says.
Caring for your child doesn’t get any easier than that! The truth is, cradle cap can strike children of any age. In older children, it is referred to as seborrheic dermatitis, but the solutions look the same.
Tools for All Ages
Jess’s mom thought that cradle cap in a toddler was weird, but as it turns out, even the elderly can be affected. Take a peek at how Sandy uses her Noggin Wipes to keep the flakes away.
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