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Baby Hair and Scalp Serum

Baby Hair and Scalp Serum

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Dear Mom, I understand that my hair really can grow and scalp will stop growing cradle cap (bacterial fungus) if you stop putting Vaseline, baby shampoo and baby lotion on it.

And mom, what about these tiny heat bumps on my face and body.

our Baby Grow Hair Serum is 100 percent plant based! Zero alcohol, chemicals. and absolutely no petroleum to clog the follicle and pores.

We have blended a based of Organic Olive Oil, Rosemary, Grape Seed Oil and numerous organic Proprietary plant based ingredients that will stimulate hair growth, kill the bacteria from cradle cap, and prevent thinning.

Are you ready to take the cap off your son or daughters head? Begin to day. You should be excited!

APPLY to the scalp gently with your finger tips and remove flakes or cradle cap with a soft baby brush or thin tooth comb. If you baby has cradle cap, remove the cradle cap first. Next apply some drops of oil and massage on the scalp. wipe off of the hair with a warm wash cloth.

Wash your baby, under 6 month old with this oil. Do not use baby shampoo. Please read this article and more related:

Because amphoteric surfectants are milder than sulfates, they'll be gentler on your hair, but they also may not be so effective. It's possible you'll be left either with a not-so-great clean or you'll have to lather up a few times to get ideal results. It can be done, but you may have to allow for a few more minutes when cleaning your hair.

Things to Look Out For

Some baby shampoos contain a preservative called quaternium-15, which when used releases formaldehyde, which can cause skin irritation. To be fair, there are adult shampoos which also contain harmful chemicals. When shopping for baby shampoo -- or any shampoo for that matter -- read the label. Look for ingredients that contain the letters "-eth," some of which include polyoxyethylene, polyethoxyethylene, polyoxynolethylene, polyethylene and polyethylene glycol -- which may also be labeled "PEG."

Use Extra Care When Pregnant

Take care to watch for hazardous chemicals, especially when expecting a baby, as the products you use may also have an effect on your child. And, of course, if you have your own little bundle of joy, be sure to choose baby shampoos that will be the healthiest for them. As long as you check the label and are satisfied, baby shampoo is perfectly fine to use for you and your baby. https://www.livestrong.com/article/1004763-baby-shampoo-adults/