Cradle cap, or seborrheic dermatitis, is neither serious nor contagious but a form of eczema that is very common in babies. It usually begins in the first weeks of life and slowly disappears over the next several weeks or months. The sebaceous glands of many infants are not fully developed and may over-secrete, causing a yellowish, oily crust on baby’s scalp. Most cases of cradle cap clear up by the time your baby is between 8 to 12 months old.
This gentle infusion of herbal oils is specifically formulated to promote healing and relieve reoccurring cradle cap/seborrheic dermatitis and eczema in infants.
An age-old medicinal herb known throughout ancient Egypt, Greece, India & Rome, Chamomile is best remembered from a tale of a young little bunny named Peter who eats himself sick and gets chased out of the garden by an angry Mr. MrGregor, after which his mother gives him a cup of Chamomile tea to settle his tummy and soothe his rattled nerves then sends him off to bed. Chamomile’s soothing and calming effects relieve digestive upsets, anxiety, irritability, insomnia and muscle spasms.
Anti-inflammatory · Antispasmodic · Carminative · Nervine · Sedative
During the Middle Ages, the dried stems of the Mullein plant were dipped in suet and used as funeral torches and candle-wicks. Mullein inhibits the growth of bacteria, as well as, reduces mucus production and is highly valued as a remedy for coughs, congestion, bronchitis, asthma and ear infections. Mullein’s mucilage and anti-inflammatory properties soothes hemorrhoids and nourishes other skin conditions.
Antibacterial · Anti-inflammatory · Antiviral · Astringent · Demulcent · Expectorant
Notorious for her sting, Greek physician, Dioscorides listed Nettle as a bandage for septic wounds and the juice for nosebleeds. Today, Nettle is used to relieve hay fever, asthma, insect bites, arthritis, anemia and itchy skin conditions.
Analgesic · Anti-allergenic · Anti-inflammatory · Astringent · Diuretic · Tonic
Ingredients: Matricaria chamomilla (chamomile)*, Verbascum sinuatum (mullein)*, Urtica dioica (nettle)*, Olea europaea (olive oil)* (* ~ Certified Organic)
To Use: Gently massage oil into the scalp 2-3 times daily, allow to absorb overnight. The next morning, gently massage baby’s scalp to easily remove crust. Do not pick. When necessary, wash baby’s scalp with a mild baby shampoo.
Safety: For external use only. Store in a cool place or in the refrigerator, apply at room temperature. Seek medical advice if redness, irritation, or signs of infection occur. Keep out of children’s reach.
Made to Order: Oak Moon Rising is a small batch apothecary, which means each product is hand-crafted the moment we receive your order. Although some items may be ‘in stock’, we ask that you still allow 3-5 business days for order fulfillment.
All of our products are handcrafted with loving intention in small batches using certified organic, all-natural, wildcrafted or fair-trade ingredients, sourced from ethical organic suppliers in the USA. Each product is crafted using solar-lunar infused herbal oils that are made right here at Oak Moon Rising and are 100% essential oil free and void of synthetic scents.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. Oak Moon Rising does not intend to treat, diagnose, prescribe, or cure any disease or condition. Herbs work best when used over time as part of a healthy lifestyle. They are very powerful and must be used carefully. Consult your healthcare practitioner if you have questions about using herbs and empower yourself by doing your own research.