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Scalp


Crusts of milk can appear under its down: it is a coating of sebum that is often formed on the scalp of infants, due to particularly abundant perspiration during feedings. Do not try to remove them by hand, they must fall by themselves. Gently wipe your baby's skull with some moisturizer or a cotton swab moistened with sweet almond oil. The next day, the crusts will be softened and will stand alone with a small shampoo.

Crusts of milk can appear under its down: it is a coating of sebum that is often formed on the scalp of infants, due to particularly abundant perspiration during feedings. Do not try to remove them by hand, they must fall by themselves. Gently wipe your baby's skull with some moisturizer or a cotton swab moistened with sweet almond oil. The next day, the crusts will be softened and will stand alone with a small shampoo.