In the winter months we often find ourselves surrounded by grey cold weather, so it’s important to make sure we are still getting our Vitamin D intake. Did you know Vitamin D helps regulate the amount of calcium and phosphate in the body – nutrients that are essential to keep bones, teeth and muscles healthy?
Dry & Flaky Scalp? Soothe It Gently
Baby’s Skin & Scalp
Dry, flaky skin on top of the head is a common condition for babies. Colief Baby Scalp Oil brings soothing relief. Babies are celebrated for their super soft skin, but many babies can develop cradle cap – dry or flaky patches on the scalp – particularly in their first year. And, while it usually doesn’t cause any harm to little ones, it can be unsightly and distressing for you as a parent, so it’s reassuring to know that there’s a gentle solution on hand, Colief Baby Scalp Oil. This soothing oil can be massaged into the scalp to help remove dry skin and flakes, gently restoring your baby’s scalp to its flake-free state.
Colief Baby Scalp Oil is enriched with naturally derived ingredients including hydrating rosehip oil, healing chamomile, and nourishing Vitamin E to gently moisturise and soothe your baby’s skin and scalp. Simply massage a few drops of Colief Baby Scalp Oil into baby’s scalp to loosen any flakes and then gently brush the scalp with a soft baby brush to further loosen the flakes. Don’t be tempted to pick them. If you suspect your baby’s cradle cap has become infected at any point make sure you speak with your GP or health visitor.
Keeping It Natural
What goes in to Colief Baby Scalp Oil and why?
Rosehip Oil – A light moisturiser containing essential fatty acids Omega 3 and Omega 6, which is thought to help hydrate to the skin
Chamomile – Renowned for its calming and healing properties, chamomile has been used as a natural anti-inflammatory since ancient times
Vitamin E – A natural antioxidant, thought to help repair and protect the skin.
Colief Baby Scalp Oil is suitable for use from birth, from the full term date.
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How To Soothe Cradle Cap
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