I think my baby has cradle cap in her eyebrow area...we're going to the ped. thursday, but I wanted to know what is good to treat it from any moms who have experienced it.
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EVOO. Rub gently to loosen it all and absorb the oils in her scalp. Wash as you normally would (with either water or baby shampoo).
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