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    Default Dry scalp remedies

    Hi, my 8 month old baby girl has a dry scalp - it's not crusty like cradle cap - it's more flakey like dandruff.
    Does anyone have any great way to treat dry scalp??
    Thanks :-)

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    Subbing, would like to know too - I use oil but it makes their hair look dirty.

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    Moo Goo you can find it at health food stores it's good stuff.

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    Just looked up Moo Goo on the net - looks good! Thank you!

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    I tried moo goo on my 14 weeks old son and it was awesome! It is a bit expensive but it cleared it up completely in two goes. I got the one in the tube.

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    Moogoo are meant to be good! My DS2 still has cradle cap. I found oiling his head with olive oil works but I normally shave his head to do it so his hair doesn't look manky


 

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