Seborrheic dermatitis is a condition that is uncomfortable and unsightly, particularly when symptoms emerge for the first time. This form of stubborn dandruff on the scalp is very common in young children, though it can strike people of any age. Often referred to as “Cradle Cap” when it appears in babies, it may require a medicated shampoo to keep the various symptoms at bay. Though this condition usually affects the scalp, it can also be present on other parts of the body, especially oily areas around hair follicles such as the eyebrows. If you or your child suffers from seborrheic dermatitis on eyebrows, you’ll need to take action to control flare ups and stay symptom-free.
Dr. Eddie is a licensed pediatrician who has seen many cases of seborrheic dermatitis or “Cradle Cap” on the eyebrows of his patients over the years. Left with little market alternatives, he would often prescribe seborrheic dermatitis shampoos and dandruff shampoos meant for adults. Unfortunately, these products often contain dyes, fragrances, and other additives that may be too harsh for a young child’s skin. To remedy this problem, he formulated Dr. Eddie’s Happy Cappy Medicated Shampoo & Body Wash. It’s the only kids’ seborrheic dermatitis shampoo that’s made for children of all ages. Made with 95% natural ingredients, it’s even popular with adults who are weary of skin and hair products that contain harsh chemicals.
Dr. Eddie’s Happy Cappy Medicated Shampoo is:
- Fragrance Free
- Dye Free
- Sulfate Free
- Paraben Free
- Alcohol Free
- BPA Free
- Cruelty Free
Remember Dandruff can happen anywhere—even on eyebrows. Dr. Eddie’s Happy Cappy Medicated Shampoo & Body Wash helps eliminate skin and scalp itching, iritation, redness, flaking and scaling associated with seborrheic dermatitis. You can find this revolutionary product at select stores such as Walgreens, Walmart.com, and Buy Buy Baby stores across the country.
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