In some babies show a few days after the birth of yellowish gleaming surfaces on the head. This head gneiss is harmless, your baby does not feel it and the whole thing has to do with lack of hygiene. Head gneiss disappears mostly up to the third month of life.
Nevertheless, it sucks mothers to remain inactive in the face of tight-fitting scales. However, Herum to scratch the scalp or washing the hair with much shampoo is definitely not useful. What you can do: DAB the affected sites with a little oil and let this soak in for short. Disengage the gneiss and you can comb it out. It is important to take a soft comb without sharp tines and proceed very carefully. Because the delicate skin on your child’s head is very vulnerable. Make it easy before bathing the soaking and combing. Then you can rinse off still gently the head of your child here.
Cradle looks similar to head gneiss. He usually only occurs from the third month of life and is very stubborn. Cradle cap can remain untreated until the second year of life. Unfortunately the cause rather dry milk oil itching, he is so annoying. Oil and comb method also helps to solve the Chestpiece from the scalp gently and remove pregnancy clothing.
However, it is useful to look closely at the cradle. Often it is only eczema limited upside. But sometimes, it can be the precursor of an atopic dermatitis. Contact best your doctor or midwife, if you are not sure, if everything is alright.
Is the rash behind the ears or your child has at the same time rough spots in the knee and curl, the scab may indicate an Lactose-intolerant. There is though no scientific evidence for this connection. But my experience has shown again and again, that the rash is better to completely disappear, if nursing mothers replace cow’s milk products.
Also homeopathic remedies can help head gneiss and Cradle Cap.