Dandruff can impact individuals of any age, and it’s never pleasant. However, children who don’t understand what’s happening to their bodies and can be teased at school for the tiniest flaw can really struggle when they have dandruff.
Dr. Eddie’s Happy Cappy® is Very Friendly: Vegan-Friendly, Neonatal Acne Friendly and Fungal Acne Friendly
With Dr. Eddie’s Happy Cappy there is No Scalp Left Behind™. Happy Cappy is a friend to children of all ages AND adults, and good news, this brand has more to offer than just vegan shampoo. Dr. Eddie Valenzuela, a practicing pediatrician developed the Happy Cappy line of products with health and well-being of humans and animals in mind. Dr. Eddie understood the importance of avoiding potentially irritating ingredients on the delicate skin of his tiniest patients, and wanted to make sure no animals were harmed in the process.
Happy Cappy is proud to be a member of vKind: “Your Place to Discover All Things Vegan.” Happy Cappy is now aligned with vKind and officially recognized as a vetted-vegan business and a vegan friendly brand.
We are very excited to be a proud member of Leaping Bunny, a consortium that works with companies to help make shopping for animal-friendly products easier and more trustworthy. The Leaping Bunny logo represents eight national animal protection groups and is also referred to as the Coalition for Consumer Information on Cosmetics (CCIC). Happy Cappy is officially cruelty free.
Dr. Eddie’s Happy Cappy line of child-friendly, irritant-free skincare products is a well-known favorite among dermatologists and pediatricians nationwide. And with a recent high-profile distinction and introduction to new markets, our “Cradle Cap” shampoo is more widely available than ever!
PARENTS Magazine Names Happy Cappy Winner As “Best Cradle Cap Shampoo”
We were honored when Happy Cappy Medicated Shampoo & Body Wash was listed last month among PARENTS coveted “30 Best Skin Care Products for Kids.” Recognition by such an esteemed publication solidified our place in the market and extended our reach to even
Dr. Eddie’s Happy Cappy Medicated Shampoo & Body Wash Named Best Cradle Cap Shampoo in Parents Magazine
Happy Cappy Medicated Shampoo and Body Wash wins the award in Parents Magazine for “Best Cradle Cap Shampoo” for kids in 2021. PARENTS released this year’s Best Skin Care for Kids, a selection of the 30 most gentle and effective products. In addition to Happy Cappy as the best cradle cap shampoo, see what other products were awarded on Parents.com/Skincare and in the July 2021 issue of PARENTS magazine.
Looking for a skincare product the whole family can enjoy? These products are designed to be especially gentle for young ones, but parents will enjoy using many of them as well.
From products for babies to teens, this list has something for everyone in the family. read on to discover and shop:
Cradle cap may sound like a Dickensian term for a cute sleeping hat for tiny babies, but the reality is far less adorable. Potentially caused by hormones passed from mom to newborn, excess oil, fungus or bacteria, cradle cap causes crusty or oily scaly patches on a baby’s scalp, according to the Mayo Clinic. The the condition isn’t painful or itchy, but the thick white or yellow scales are unsightly, and can be difficult to remove.
Seborrheic dermatitis, a common skin condition that presents as red patches with overlying greasy, yellow scales, can cause serious discomfort. With symptoms like itchiness, dandruff, and redness, it’s no walk in the park to deal with this condition. Happy Cappy’s Medicated Shampoo and Body Wash is the only shampoo formulated to treat flaking and irritation of the skin for children of all ages.
We were happy to have been chose for this “best of” list. Read the article here.
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