Cradle cap (or seborrhoeic dermatitis) can be the bane of a new parent's life. The dry skin on your baby's scalp can be really difficult to remove - well, until now, that is! One incredible comb is taking the internet by storm, and parents everywhere are saying it's a total game-changer.

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The Safety 1st Cradle Cap Brush and Comb has over 8,500 5-star reviews.


First, you use the rubber brush to loosen the dead skin. Then, you use the fine tooth comb to remove it from your baby's scalp.

Parents everywhere are praising this solution to a pertinent childcare problem.


"It makes removal so much easier and gives more consistent removal than my previous method of washcloths or just scratching the cradle cap off with my fingernails. It's amazing and gross and wonderful. My babe doesn't even flinch when I spend ten minutes clearing his scalp of all the goo. It seems to be soothing to him. I just apply baby shampoo, then brush a little with the blue brush. Then I slowly start to comb in sections all in one direction. Then I go back and forth in multiple directions. It's shocking the amount of dead skin that comes off. I've even used it successfully in his eyebrows (he gets some cradle cap there, too). This is a KEEPER!" one happy mom wrote.

"I applied a bit of coconut oil to his head, waited ten minutes, but him in the bath, got his hair wet, used the blue brush to loosen it (but I don't think that did much), then used the comb. I couldn't believe how much came off. I washed his head with the foam shampoo and then used the comb again before rinsing him off. After his hair had air dried, I used the comb again on the remaining dry spots. Wow, just wow," another agreed.


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