How to save the baby from crusts on his head
A yellowish crust on the head of a baby is a phenomenon so common that most mothers are concerned not with their origin, but with a way of eliminating it. Regardless of the amount of hair, the crusts on the head of the baby are not washed off with ordinary bathing, look unaesthetic and suggest thoughts about the disease if too many of them become. In most cases, my mother tries to remove these scales, because a light furry hair does not always cover the head of the crumbs, and thanks to these scales they stick together. In addition, crusts, which doctors call gneiss or seborrheic dermatitis, can spread to the eyebrows and ears of the baby. In order to avoid harm to crumbs when removing gneiss, it is important to understand the causes of the appearance of these crusts, their effect on the child’s body and how to effectively eliminate the problem.
Gneiss is a characteristic of the newborn skin of the scalp. Seborrheic dermatitis in the baby appears usually in the first weeks of life, although there are cases of a later and earlier manifestation (from birth).
This dermatitis looks like an accumulation of greasy, greasy or flaky dry small crusts of a yellowish-white or grayish hue.
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