Adult Cradle Cap?

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Cradle cap, technically known as seborrheic dermatitis, is a scalp condition that affects infants under three months. It can affect adults too often resulting in hair loss. Its symptoms include flaky skin that may itch and look sore.
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1. Wait it out. According to MayoClinic.com, cradle cap goes away on its own after a few months. 2. Loosen the scales by massaging baby oil over the cradle cap patches. Do this for
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1. Obtain some Bicarbonate of Soda. This is often cheap and common in households. Ad. 2. Next is water. This is where it gets a little tricky because when you combine the two you
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It is a crust yellow scaly patches on head or other parts of the body. My 5 month old has it pretty severe and we have been advised by her doctor to treat it with a shampoo called
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coal tar shampoo
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