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    Seborrea in Infants
    sumis posted:
    my 3 months old son has cradle cap in his head .I use baby oild aned coconut oil to remove the scales and brushing and shampooing helps .but what can i do with his cheeks and hands and tummy and groin area .I cannot leave him withoit mittens otherwise he starts itching .I use aveeno baby lotion and aveeno wash too .

    any ideas on how to control it
    Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi Sumis -

    Poor little guy, hopefully you have seen his pediatrician to figure out what else to use on these areas.

    This information may also be helpful -

    Your Newborn's Skin and Rashes
    Baby Rashes and Skin Care Directory

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