4 months old baby

Question: Hlo my baby girl is for months old. Due to cradle cap she scratchs her head very badly and has scratches on head. What can I do?

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Answer: Hi dear, Craddle cap is common issue in new borns. You can slowly take it off by combing it with soft but firm hard brush. Try massaging oil and post bath when the skin is soft,comb baby's head.do not forcefully pull it out and never use nails too.do it gradually.
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