Safety 1st Cradle Cap Brush & Comb


The Cradle Cap Brush & Comb by Safety 1st has a 2-IN-1 design for thorough cradle cap care. With its 2-IN-1 design, you can gently remove flaking skin from your baby’s scalp. Seborrheic dermatitis, also known as cradle cap is a common scalp condition that affects many infants, but don’t worry because the condition is common and harmless. Most cradle cap conditions aren’t that serious or long-lasting. The Cradle Cap Brush & Comb easily slides onto an adult’s hand, to keep the brush steady. The bristles are a soft, rubber which helps to loosen the flakes. The comb gently loosens tough flakes and removes them with its fine-toothed comb design. By loosening and removing the flakes from your baby’s scalp, you will alleviate the symptoms.   

Product Highlights

  • 2-in- 1 design
  • Slides easily onto adult's hand
  • Soft, rubber brush bristles
  • Fine toothed comb

Product Details

  • Brand: Safety 1st
  • Item model number: IH332
  • Product Type: Baby Healthcare Products
  • Item Weight: 1.54 ounces
  • Product Dimensions: 2.8 x 1.2 x 6.4 inches
  • Number of Items: 1
  • Batteries Required: No
  • Care & Cleaning: Spot or wipe clean

Why Buy Safety 1st Cradle Cap Brush & Comb from Child Safety Store

The Cradle Cap Brush & Comb designed by Safety 1st features a 2-in-1 design that makes caring for your baby’s cradle cap simple. Simply slide the comb onto your hand and gently remove flaking skin from your baby’s scalp.

Seborrheic dermatitis, which is also known as cradle cap is very common in infants, and is generally harmless to your child. Most cradle cap conditions aren’t very serious or long-lasting. However, this cradle cap brush will enable parents to loosen and remove the flakes from your baby’s scalp, you will alleviate the symptoms.   

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Three Benefits of Brushing Your Newborn’s Hair More Often

Stimulates The Scalp

Your child's scalp is promoted and stimulated when you brush their hair, even with a soft natural bristle baby brush. Stimulating the hair follicles increases blood circulation to the scalp which promotes healthy hair growth.

Massages The Scalp

You can give your child a gentle scalp massage as you brush their hair, and if they enjoy it you can also use your baby hair brush to massage their necks and shoulders.  Exercising your baby's nervous system will help them establish a stronger brain and more improved senses.

Styles The Hair

Simply put, brushing your newborn baby’s hair makes it look stylish and fantastic! When you brush you can style their hair however you like and for any occasion.

Brushing everyday makes their hair perfectly silky and glossy. It likewise cleans their 'bed' hair they may have after waking up in the morning.

More Tips On Washing, Brushing, and Grooming Newborn Baby’s Hair

It is necessary to take care of your baby's hair for it to remain healthy and strong. You will start to see your child's hair alter a lot during the very first year, so it’s very important you take excellent care of it.  For newborn infants, bathing them 2-3 times a week is enough as long as their hands, face and diaper-area are cleaned regularly throughout each day. Newborn infant hair can be cleaned up just a few times a week with a mild, tear-free baby hair shampoo.

When it comes to brushing your newborn’s hair, brush in the direction of the hair to remove any tangles and motivate blood flow through the head of your baby. You can also use a circular motion around the crown of the head. Follow the instructions of the hair to soothe and prevent discomfort.

Brush when your infant's hair is dry. A dry scalp is less likely to end up being irritated, and dry hair will not tear as quickly. After the bath, let your child's hair to dry naturally and then brush for a couple of minutes on the dry scalp and hair.

If regular scalp concerns afflict your child, you can utilize a gentle, moisturizing serum with your soft bristle brush. The brush helps work the serum into your baby's scalp to hydrate and recover the skin.

Worried About Your Baby’s Hair Loss?

Some infant hair loss is to be expected when you begin to brush their hair!  Don’t stress it too much unless you notice extreme and excessive hair loss in a short period of time.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q: What material is the brush made of?
A: The bristles are made from thermoplastic elastomers and the handle and comb are made from polypropylene.

Q: Can this be used on a two-month-old baby with mild cradle cap?
A: Yes, it can be used on older infants as well.