Can Hair Loss Cream Be Used In 9-month-old Babies?
Hy … My child grew about 4 pieces of a mustache, but it was annoying for me, because it was getting longer, and it had grown from birth, but I had never cut it, but later the thicker mustache hair. Can one use cream to fall out, and what kind of cream should it be for toddlers under 1 year … 🙏🙏
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Conditions experienced by your child, actually need a direct examination to at least distinguish whether it is a normal condition or not, by seeing where it is located, its distribution, its length and whether there are other fine hairs on its body. The appearance of a mustache and down is a condition that is often associated with hormones, so it should be seen also whether there is a possibility of hormonal imbalance in your child.
In the meantime we do not recommend any hair loss cream for your child because it is not a product intended for children and we do not know the effect if forced to give it to children. Because even drugs that are intended specifically for children can be dangerous if given not according to the recommendations, especially creams like that whose contents can vary and may not be suitable for sensitive baby's skin.
We suggest that if you really feel disturbed, have your child checked by a dermatologist, cut off on his own or leave it alone until he is more mature. Don't use cosmetics or chemicals that have the potential to harm him at a young and vulnerable age. So, hopefully answering your question.