Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo 125ml5% off
Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo 125ml
Dentinox Cradle Cap Treatment Shampoo is a treatment for cradle cap in infants from birth and onwards. It works by helping to lift the scaly patches to leave the scalp clear, and once the cradle cap has been treated it can be used regularly to help maintain clean, healthy hair and scalp.
Active Ingredients: Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulfo-Succinate 6% and Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulphate 2.7%
Also contains: Sodium Salt of Coconut Imidazoline, Polyoxyethylene Rapeseedamide, Sodium Chloride, Dilute Hydrochloric Acid, Rose Perfume and Water
Usage and Instructions
Wet baby's head with warm water. Put about 2-3ml of shampoo onto your palm - this is about half a teaspoonful. Massage gently but firmly over baby's entire scalp. Do not be afraid of touching the soft area of the scalp (fontanelle). Avoid excess massaging and hot water. Rinse off and shampoo again. Rinse well and gently dry. Repeat at each bath-time until baby's scalp is clear. Then use regularly to keep baby's scalp and hair clean and healthy.
Avoid contact with the eyes.
Test on a small area of the infant's skin the day before you intend to use the shampoo. Do not use if any signs of redness or skin irritation occur within 24 hours of the test.
Do not use other shampoos at the same time as this can make the skin very dry.
You should not use Dentinox Cradle Cap Treatment Shampoo:
If your baby is allergic (hypersensitive) to sodium lauryl ether sulpho-succinate, sodium lauryl ether sulphate, or any other ingredients of Dentinox Cradle Cap Treatment Shampoo.
If the skin on the scalp is broken.
If there are signs of scalp infection (redness, blistering, oozing, warmth).
If your baby has any signs of eczema on the scalp such as redness, swelling, blistering, dryness or cracking of the skin.
Like all medicines, Dentinox Cradle Cap Treatment Shampoo can cause side effects, although these do not affect everybody. There have been reports of scalp redness, skin irritation, inflammation and dryness. If you notice any signs of skin sensitivity (allergy), stop using the product and seek medical advice.