Dr. Eddie's Happy Cappy Daily Shampoo & Body Wash for Children
Dr. Eddie's Happy Cappy Daily Shampoo & Body Wash for Children
Dr. Eddie's Happy Cappy Daily Shampoo & Body Wash for Children
Dr. Eddie's Happy Cappy Daily Shampoo & Body Wash for Children
Dr. Eddie's Happy Cappy Daily Shampoo & Body Wash for Children
Dr. Eddie's Happy Cappy Daily Shampoo & Body Wash for Children
Dr. Eddie's Happy Cappy Daily Shampoo & Body Wash for Children
Dr. Eddie's Happy Cappy Daily Shampoo & Body Wash for Children
Dr. Eddie's Happy Cappy Daily Shampoo & Body Wash for Children

Dr. Eddie's Happy Cappy Daily Shampoo & Body Wash for Children

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  • A pediatrician’s solution for soothing dry, itchy, irritated, sensitive, eczema prone skin for children of all ages. 1 in 10 children are affected by eczema [1]. This non-soap, hypoallergenic, and low pH cleanser is an excellent companion to Dr. Eddie's Happy Cappy Medicated Shampoo & Body Wash.
  • This moisturizing cleanser is dermatologist and clinically tested and is free of skin irritants like fragrance, dye, alcohol, sulfates, phthalates, and preservatives known as parabens. In fact, over 95% of our ingredients are of natural plant-based origin. Ingredients were carefully selected for their soothing properties—Oatmeal Extract, Licorice Root Extract, Aloe Vera, Provitamin B5, and Hyaluronic Acid. Happy Cappy is cruelty free and vegan.
  • Happy Cappy complies with pediatric dermatologist recommendations for eczema by being a non-soap cleanser that is hypoallergenic, fragrance free and has a low pH [2]. Non-soap means that we do not use harsh surfactants that strip skin of its natural moisture. Happy Cappy has a low pH (unlike most other soaps) to match the pH of normal skin, which preserves the barrier function, and antimicrobial activity of skin [3].
  • Generally, normal skin has a low pH (a pH from 4 to 6). Patients with eczema (atopic dermatitis) can have skin that becomes neutral to basic (high pH). The majority of soaps available on the market are basic (they have a pH of 9 to 10), and can alter negatively the pH of skin. Studies have shown, “maintaining a normal pH through appropriate therapy is well known to benefit disease states such as atopic dermatitis [3].”
  • References: [1] Weston, W. & Howe, W., (2018). Atopic dermatitis (eczema): Pathogenesis, clinical manifestations, and diagnosis. In R. Corona (Ed.), UpToDate. [2] Eichenfield LF, Tom WL, Berger TG, et al. Management and treatment of atopic dermatitis with topical therapies. J Am Acad Dermatol. 2014;71(1):116-32. [3] Panther, D., Jacob, S, The Importance of Acidification in Atopic Eczema: An Underexplored Avenue for Treatment J Clin Med. 2015 May; 4(5): 970–978. Published online 2015 May 18.