Grahams Natural Alternatives is pleased to offer their all new organic cradle cap oil to treat cradle cap conditions in infants and toddlers. Cradle Cap is a common condition known as seborrheic dermatitis. Many individuals confuse cradle cap with other skin conditions such as scabies, eczema, tinea or psoriasis. However, this condition is not as severe as the above mentioned conditions. The best way to identify this condition is to see if the scalp has any yellowish, greasy, crusty, scaly or patchy skin rash. These symptoms occur when the skin glands produce excessive oil surrounding the hair follicles. And hence the scaly patches appear on the scalp.
Grahams Natural Alternatives is pleased to offer an all-natural solution to treat cradle cap. Cradle Cap is a skin condition mostly seen in infants and toddlers. Also known as seborrheic dermatitis, this condition occurs when skin glands produce excess oil on the scalp due to which one would notice patchy, yellowish, scaly, crusty and greasy skin rash. It might not look pleasant but the condition is not harmful at all to the baby. In most cases it could resolve by itself depending upon the care taken. However, if there is no change or if the condition is worsening, then choose a product that can naturally remove the rash and a product where there are no chemicals involved.
Grahams Natural Alternatives offers a wide range of natural and organic skin care products for adults and kids. One very good product that is used to treat cradle cap is the organic cradle cap oil which is formulated by using some of the most super-oils such as calendula, sweet almond, rosemary, jojoba, olive and sunflower. The condition also known as seborrheic rash is a yellow, patchy and scaly skin rash on the scalp. Although it is not dangerous, it must be treated in order to restore the baby's skin. It might be sometimes smelly but it is purely due to the excessive oils produced by the glands around.