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- What is Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo
- What dose should I choose?
- How effective is Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo?
- Can I buy Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo online?
- How long do I need to apply Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo to work before I notice a difference?
- What are the side effects of Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo?
- How should I apply Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo?
- When shouldn’t I apply Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo?
- How does Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo work?
- What is the difference between Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo and Colief Baby Scalp Oil/Aveeno Baby Wash & Shampoo
What is Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo
In case of cradle cape pain, Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo is formulated to cleanse the baby's scalp. Cradle cap could look like dry skin on the baby's scalp. Dentinox Cradle Cap Sodium lauryl ether sulpho-succinate shampoo and sodium lauryl ether sulphate help smooth the skin and purify the hair.
What dose should I choose?
Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo comes in a 125ml bottle. It is designed for use on infants. It is recommended to use two applications of 2-3ml at each bath-time until the scalp has recovered. Then use as required to prevent a further flare-up. Do not use Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo more than once per day.
How effective is Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo?
Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo is an effective way of removing Cradle Cap from your baby. In a clinical trial by Huntingdon Research Centre, the product was effective in 25 out of 26 patients. A 1% cetavlon placebo control was only effective in 6 out of 19 patients. Designed for children, the shampoo produces minimal foam and bubbles to avoid painful eyes.
Can I buy Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo online?
Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo does not require a prescription although you are very welcome to book an appointment with a health expert at Click Pharmacy to discuss how best to use this product.It can be purchased online in 125ml bottles and will be sent directly to you by Next Day Delivery.
How long do I need to apply Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo to work before I notice a difference?
The number of applications required will depend on the severity of the Cradle Cap. For mild cases, an improvement can be made within a few applications. For more severe cases, it may take several cycles to see a significant improvement. If you notice any signs or distress or side-effects, do not hesitate to contact your health care professional.
Never use more than two applications (2-3ml) per day. Do not be tempted to pick scales off if they are slow to move. Simply follow the routine until the flakes naturally wash away.
What are the side effects of Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo?
The most common side effects of Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo are:
Application site hypersensitivity.
Application site erythema.
Application site irritation.
Application site Inflammation.
Application site Alopecia.
Application site Dryness.
Hair loss may occur as hair caught in the cradle cap is removed when the scale falls off. This is to be expected even without the application of Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo.
If you suffer severe reactions with this medication, please seek immediate medical attention.
How should I apply Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo?
To apply Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo, perform the following steps:
Before beginning to apply the shampoo, brush the hair with a soft brush to loosen the flakes.
Wet the baby’s hair with warm water.
Apply a small amount (around 2-3ml) of the shampoo to your palm.
Massage firmly but gently across the entire head.
Do not worry about touching the soft scalp.
Do not massage excessively or use hot water.
Rinse off and repeat for a second round.
Do not attempt to pick scales off. Wait for a further couple of applications – there should be an improvement. Picking scale/dry patches can lead to infection and serious health issues.
Before applying for the first time, apply the shampoo to a small area of skin and wash off after a few minutes. If the treated area turns red or shows any signs of inflammation, do not use it on the scalp.
When shouldn’t I apply Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo?
Do not use Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo if there are signs of atopic eczema such as itching, erythema, blistering/swelling, skin cracking, dryness or exfoliation. Before using on the scalp, test a small sample on a less sensitive area of skin and check for any inflammation or soreness after 24 hours. If you notice any signs of reaction, then do not use the product.
Do not useDentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo if your baby has any open wounds. Stinging will occur. If wounds are weeping, see your doctor at the earliest opportunity.
Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo does not contain nuts, but some raw materials may contain traces. If the patient has a nut allergy do not risk using Dentinox
How does Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo work?
Cradle Cap is a common condition that affects young children and babies. It is a type of seborrheic dermatitis. It commonly exhibits itself as yellow, greasy, thick scaly patches of skin. While the appearance can be shocking, it is a common ailment affecting many children. Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo is designed to alleviate the symptoms of Cradle Cap.
Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo works by using surfactants to soften the scale-like skin. Gentle massaging while wet then helps to wash away the dead skin. Regular cleansing agents help to wash the hair and carry away the dirt and dead skin. Carefully formulated, foaming agents are minimised to help reduce stinging eyes.
What is the difference between Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo and Colief Baby Scalp Oil/Aveeno Baby Wash & Shampoo
Dentinox makes use of the surfactants - sodium lauryl ether sulpho-succinate and sodium lauryl ether sulphate. These help to soften and remove the Cradle Cap Scales.
Colief Baby Scalp Oil takes a different approach and uses Natural Ingredients and Oils.
Aveeno Baby is designed particularly for babies with allergies. It is Hypoallergenic, Tear-free, and made with natural oats.
Just as with adult hair, the choice of baby shampoo is a personal one. Many carers choose to try a variety of shampoos before settling on one that suits the baby well. Whichever you choose, make sure it does not cause any allergic reactions. If in doubt, seek medical advice.
What is Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo used for?
Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo is a shampoo used to treat symptoms of cradle cap in babies. The formula cleanses the baby's scalp to clear up any signs of dryness.
How does Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo treat Cradle Cap?
Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo contains cationic surfactants. These surfactants are able to pick up grease and dead cells on the scalp allowing for all the build up to be washed away.
Do I need a prescription to purchase Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo?
No, you do not require a prescription to purchase Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo. However if you are unsure whether Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo is suitable for your baby you are welcome to book a free consultation with one of our medicine experts.
How often should I use Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo?
It is recommended to use Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo every time your baby bathes until symptoms clear up.
How should I use Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo?
After gently wetting the baby’s hair with warm water, you should use your palms to carefully massage the product into the baby's scalp. You should rinse the shampoo with lukewarm water and repeat this process once again.
How long after using Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo does it take to notice an improvement?
This may depend on the severity of the Cradle Cap. for mild cases most notice a big improvement after a few applications. For severe cases it may take weeks to notice a large improvement in your baby’s scalp.
Who should not use Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo?
You should not use Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo if your baby suffers from any other skin conditions such as eczema. It is advised to test this product prior to use on a less sensitive area, such as the neck, to ensure it is suitable for your baby.
Will using Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo cause any allergies?
The ingredients used to formulate Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo may contain some traces of nuts. If your child has a history of any nut allergy then you should refrain from using Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo.
Should I sample a test patch of Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo before using it on my baby?
It is advised to test a small sample patch of Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo. This is because baby skin is highly sensitive, testing on a less sensitive area will ensure it is completely safe for your baby to use.
What is the difference between Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo and Colief Scalp Relief Oil?
Effectively they are both used to treat scalp conditions. However the main difference is the ingredients. Colief is formulated using more natural ingredients to ensure it is gentle to sensitive skin. Dentinox uses surfactants to ensure it is thoroughly cleansing build up on the scalp.
After using Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo you may notice that your baby is beginning to experience hair loss. This is a completely normal side effect to experience, as it means the roots of your baby’s hair were combined to patches of cradle cap. Indicating that the shampoo is treating the cradle cap effectively.
If your baby experiences any other side effects such as inflamed skin, swelling, redness, or itching you should stop using Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo and seek medical advice immediately.
Authored by Jana Abelovska
Last reviewed 20 April 2021
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