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About Infant Baldness
What causes infant baldness?

During the early stages of life, infants spend a considerable amount of time sleeping. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends placing infants on their back to minimize the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). Unfortunately, this practice frequently causes a bald spot to appear on the back of an infant's head. The friction of the infant's head against cotton sheets causes the infant's hair to break and the back of the head to become bald. The condition is further aggravated by the constant movement of an infant's head in a car seat, bouncer, stroller, swing, carrier, bassinet and the like.


How can infant baldness be prevented?

Infant baldness can be prevented by reducing the amount of friction caused by the many surfaces your baby comes in contact with while lying down. You can help your baby's hair grow back naturally while he or she sleeps with the Infant Hair Protector. The Infant Hair Protector can be secured to cribs, bouncers, swings, car seats, carriers, strollers and bassinets to provide a soft, smooth surface for your baby's head to rest.  The 100% satin material prevents balding and breakage of your infant's hair.  If your baby is already experiencing infant baldness, the Infant Hair Protector will help your baby's hair to re-grow, while preventing further balding.  Early use of the Infant Hair Protector will prevent the unsightly bald spot on the back of your babies head.

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Price: $24.99 plus Shipping & Handling 



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