Since cradle cap affects roughly 50% of babies, there’s a great chance that you will have to deal with this pesky problem if you have children. Babies have very sensitive skin which means they are more sensitive to harsh ingredients than adults are. Since jojoba is non-allergenic will not cause adverse reactions in infants, even those with ultra sensitive skin. If you have a baby with cradle cap try jojoba before you try other treatments, especially those that contain chemicals or harsh ingredients. Jojoba conditions the skin and will help relieve cradle cap almost immediately. Simple use a few drops of jojoba on your baby’s scalp, massage into the scalp paying special attention to the areas affected by cradle cap. Use a soft brush to comb away scales, repeat as needed. Jojoba is safe enough to use after each bath, consider adding it to your baby’s skin care routine (and don’t forget to you use in on your own skin as well).
Of course our customers say it better than we can:
“I’ve used your jojoba for washing/moisturizing my face for about five years now. In that time, I’ve found other great uses as well. Last night I found yet another and it worked so well, I felt the need to reach out.
My toddler has perpetual cradle cap from needing EEGs for his epilepsy. We’ve never been able to find anything to get the EEG goo and the cradle cap out. Last night I massaged jojoba oil into his scalp and started combing it all out! 100% amazing.
So many uses for such a great, safe and local product.”
-Kellie from Wiscasset, ME
Have you used jojoba for cradle cap? Tell us how it worked for you.