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Old 05-10-2011, 03:14 PM   #1
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CJ's Butter for Cradle cap!

Just tried this out today for my ds. He has cradle cap. I just put a small dollop on his head, rubbed it in, and gently combed his hair. It worked like a charm, and now his head smells delicious.

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Yep! We use it for that, too. Keeps me from seeing the edges of the flakes that make me want to pick at them, LOL!

LO loves the headrubs, yes she does!
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Re: CJ's Butter for Cradle cap!

I have used it for cradle cap too. The only problem is it really makes me want to eat my baby's head!!!
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I never thought to use it for cradle cap. Great idea!
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I have used it for cradle cap too. The only problem is it really makes me want to eat my baby's head!!!
I know, like their little heads don't smell good enough as it is, right?
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Re: CJ's Butter for Cradle cap!

@ all the baby-nommers!!

I may have to try this... Do you try to comb the loose skin out/get it off their head, or just massage the BUTTer in?
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@ all the baby-nommers!!

I may have to try this... Do you try to comb the loose skin out/get it off their head, or just massage the BUTTer in?
I rubbed it in and then ran a comb across it.
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I'm so happy to hear this also works for cradle cap. My order arrives tomorrow! Does it make their hair greasy?
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Re: CJ's Butter for Cradle cap!

Sounds better than what my doctor suggested... Olive Oil or baby oil and then some Selsun Blue shampoo.
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