Cradle cap and other scalp problems
Cradle cap appears as well as head gneus on the hairy scalp. The eczema is characterized by redness, oozing skin and scales and crusting and unfortunately often itching.
Unlike the head gnee, the cradle is often associated with itching and then painful for the baby. Therefore, the measures to be taken are aimed at improving the eczema, relieving the itching and avoiding scratching.
In the first few months of life, your baby might notice a scaly, whitish-yellow to brownish scale on the scalp. Then it is probably Kopfgneis, which occurs very often at this age.
Headgears and cradle cap are often confused. Here are the differences: