Daily Shampoo & Body Wash Dermatologist Tested & Clinically Tested

If your child has itchy, red cheeks like this…


Or arms, legs, or cheeks like this…


Then they may have a sensitive skin condition like eczema or keratosis pilaris and will benefit from using fragrance free, dye free, alcohol free, and paraben free products like our new award winning Shampoo & Body Wash.

From “normal” skin types to sensitive, dry, itchy, irritated skin, Happy Cappy has your whole family covered!

  • Brought to you by the same trusted company that has eliminated flakes on thousands of scalps in children of all ages—Dr. Eddie’s Happy Cappy Medicated Shampoo. Our newest offering is a Daily Shampoo & Body Wash for children of all ages with normal skin or dry, itchy, irritated skin.
  • An excellent sensitive skin care regimen should avoid scent and color. Those with eczema should have a fragrance-free and dye free shampoo and body wash, a fragrance-free laundry detergent, use fragrance-free dryer sheets (if needed), and apply fragrance-free moisturizing cream to the affected areas of the body twice daily.
  • Our Daily Shampoo & Body Wash does just this. It replenishes moisture while remaining free of fragrance, dye, alcohol, sulfates, and preservatives known as parabens. In fact, over 95% of our ingredients are of natural plant-based origin including the preservatives. Natural ingredients were carefully selected for their soothing properties—Oatmeal Extract, Licorice Root Extract, Aloe Vera, Provitamin B5, and Hyaluronic Acid.
  • For those who enjoy science…skin has a mildly acidic pH (a pH from 4 to 6). Patients with eczema (atopic dermatitis) can have skin that becomes neutral to basic. The majority of soaps available on the market are basic (having a pH of 9 to 10), and can alter negatively the pH of skin. Studies have shown, “maintaining a normal pH through appropriate therapy is well known to benefit disease states such as atopic dermatitis [1].
  • Happy Cappy has a mildly acidic pH (unlike most other soaps) to match the pH of normal skin, which preserves the barrier function, and antimicrobial activity of skin [1]. Reference: 1. Panther, D., Jacob, S, The Importance of Acidification in Atopic Eczema: An Underexplored Avenue for Treatment. J Clin Med. 2015 May; 4(5): 970–978. Published online 2015 May 18.

Itchy, dry arms on your 12 year old?


Teenager with combination skin?


People with sensitive skin conditions benefit from avoiding products that contain fragrance, dye, alcohol and a preservative known as paraben.

Happy Cappy does all that and more…Our ultra rich lather comes from sulfate free surfactants derived from natural/renewable resources.

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