Natural Skin Salve
Natural Skin Salve
- Prevent and treat
stubborn cradle cap in infants
- Poisturize dry and flaky
- Soothe itchy, irritated
- Encourage natural healing
of the skin
- Prevent secondary
bacterial or fungal infection
Natural Herbal Salve to Treat and
Prevent Infant Cradle-Cap.
What is Cradle-Cap?
Cradle-cap is a very common condition
among infants. It usually appears on the scalp and occurs
mostly between the ages of two and six months. You may have
noticed thick yellow, oily or scaly patches on your little
one's scalp or in some cases just dry, flaking skin.
This condition does not seem to bother
babies much. When it becomes severe it may cause itching,
but it generally is not painful.
Left untreated, cradle-cap often
clears on its own over several months though these patches
may persist or recur in some infants. In severe cases,
cradle-cap may spread to the face, armpits and diaper area
and it is therefore a good idea to address cradle cap from a
preventative point of view and also to prevent the unsightly
appearance often associated with the condition - even though
this may worry mothers more than their babies!
Cap Salve is a conditioning and healing cream for the
prevention and treatment of cradle-cap. This natural remedy
will clear cradle-cap, preventing spread and infection and
includes specially chosen all-natural ingredients which are
gentle, effective, yet safe to use on baby skin.
Salve contains the following
proven, natural ingredients:
Cradle-Cap Salve contains the
following proven, natural ingredients in a gentle, aromacare
has a long history of medicinal use and is a purifying herb.
Used topically, Viola is excellent in the treatment of a
wide range of skin conditions and eruptions including eczema
and cradle cap.
is an herbal ingredient used to treat skin problems and
promote healing. It is an excellent anti-inflammatory and
prevents infection with its anti-bacterial, anti-viral and
anti-fungal properties. Marigold has also been shown to
assist the regeneration of damaged skin tissue.
Centella asiatica (Gotu
Kola) is used topically to treat skin irritation and
conditions. It also stimulates circulation and promotes skin
Almond Oil is a
natural moisturizing oil that is completely neutral and
perfect for the sensitive skin on babies' scalps.
NaturalEco Cradle-Cap Salve comes in
an aromacare carrier cream containing purified water,
fractionated palm kernel oil, hydrogenated palm oil,
glycerin (vegetable origin), glyceryl monostearate, stearic
acid (vegetable origin), dimethicone fluid, polysorbate,
carbomer, triethanolamine, methylparaben, ethylparaben and
No artificial colors or fragrances are
How do I use Cradle-Cap Salve?
Apply to affected area once or twice
daily, especially after a bath. For external use only.
Please consult your health professional if the problem
persists. Not recommended for those with an allergy to nuts.
'When my 4 month
old son developed cradle-cap I wasn't too worried as my
previous two children had both had it mildly for just a
month or two before it disappeared on its own. After 3
months though, it was much worse and showed no signs of
disappearing at all. I found your natural Cradle-Cap
Salve on the internet and I must say that I'm
impressed. My son's cradle-cap looked better after the very
first application and now, after a week of use, it has
almost completely disappeared. What a great product-
thanks!' Camilla S.
'I just wanted to
let you know what good results I had with your
Cradle-Cap Salve. My little one, Shaun, had
cradle-cap from a few weeks of age and it really looked
awful. His poor little head looked so terrible that it
became the focus of attention whenever anyone looked at him-
even strangers! The Cradle-Cap Salve was recommended to me
and it really worked! Shaun's scalp cleared completely and
now it's his lovely thick hair that gets attention!'
Nancy T., UT
What else can
After using Cradle-Cap Salve, gently
rub your baby's scalp with a soft towel. This will loosen
flakes which can then be combed or brushed out with a soft
Don't rub too vigorously or try to
remove any scaly patches that are still adherent - these
will come off over the next few days and it is best not to
risk further irritation and infection. Follow by washing
with a mild, baby shampoo.