Romper.com only recommends products they love and that readers will love, too… so we were happy to find Happy Cappy on their list of “The Best Shampoos For Cradle Cap”. If your baby has developed cradle cap or seborrheic dermatitis — the all-to-common condition in which dry scaly patches appear on their scalp, forehead, or body — there are many products you can use to reliably and safely manage flare-ups, but one of the best places to start is with shampoo. Besides being dermatologist- and/or pediatrician- backed, the best shampoos for cradle cap are free of common irritants, like fragrance and alcohol, and contain only gentle ingredients that will reduce flaking, redness, and other symptoms. For more intense cases, however, a medicated shampoo may be recommended.
About Dr. Eddie ValenzuelaDr. Eddie Valenzuela is an award winning pediatrician and the founder and CEO of Pediatric Solutions, LLC. More about Dr. Eddie.
We made Reviewed.com list of “15 Products to Keep Your Baby’s Skin Healthy All Winter Long”. Here’s what they say:
Created by a pediatrician, Happy Cappy is a more tailored solution to cradle cap. Dr. Eddie wanted to offer his patients something other than adult shampoos, so he created his own line to address the specific needs of babies. There are two washes: one that is for daily usage and another that is more medicated to soothe cradle cap and itchy skin. Dr. Eddie also has an eczema cream for babies.
We love to be included in gift guides, especially for Christmas! TheMommiesReviews.com included Happy Cappy in this year’s gift guide… check out the guide here!
Verywellhealth.com has chosen Happy Cappy as the best shampoo for babies for Seborrheic Dermatitis. We are thrilled to continue to be recognized for our high quality, effective products for Seborrheic Dermatitis and Eczema.
The American Academy of Dermatology recommend using shampoo once or twice a week on babies who have hair.
Shampoo can help loosen spit-up, food, oils, and anything else that gets into the baby’s hair. However, because it removes oil, it can also cause the hair to dry out. The right baby shampoo is gentle enough to use regularly, and will not dry out the skin or hair.
What to look for in baby shampoos
Every baby is different, and no shampoo will work well for everyone. These tips can help caregivers choose the right shampoo:
- Consider fragrance-free products. They may be less irritating.
- Search for shampoos that are phthalate-free.
- Consider a sulfate-free shampoo, which may be less drying.
- Choose a tear-free shampoo, which is less likely to irritate the baby’s eyes.
The website HeyDoYou.com recently discovered Happy Cappy and wrote a wonderful, in-depth review! They say:
Recently I have a couple of friends are going to have new borns. And baby showers are added into my calendar. To prepare a nice gift for them, I did some research about baby product. Finally, I found something great for their baby shower gifts. It is Dr. Eddie’s Happy Cappy baby skincare.
Dandruff is not only embarrassing or annoying but also extremely common. Most of us have to deal with these flakes at some point in our lives. But, the condition becomes more challenging when it happens to your kids.
We enjoy finding out when mom blogs lists us as a favorite product…. and Experiencedmommy.com says “We love that Dr. Eddie’s Happy Cappy Medicated Shampoo helps young children and babies with scalp and skin irritation in a safe way.”
The website GeorgiaFamily.com has identified Happy Cappy as an item they love! We’re so excited that a website focusing on the family sees our product as an item that is beneficial for children!
Happy Cappy has been selected for yet another holiday gift guide! Mommy bloggers all over the United States are discovering the value of Happy Cappy products.