Protect Your Baby's Hair with Kraddle Kare


Our Satin Bonnet prevent baby balding cause by friction which helps to keep your baby’s hair full and beautiful.


Protection Experts For Your Baby Crown


The Only Satin Bonnet Designed Specifically For the Protection of your Babies Hair.


We Are The Baby Hair Protection Experts

KRADDLE KARE embraces babies and the effervescent energy that they bring.  WE believe that babies are a joy and journey at the same time, it’s  the coos, smiles, and giggles for us.  For these reasons we have designed and created innovative satin hair protection just for them.  Our willful choice of colors and prints has been inspired by the spirit they exhibit. 


The material quality, bonnet construction, sizing, shopping convivence, and excellent customer service  have all been an intentional forethought in our decision making, you can count on Kraddle Kare to provide your baby with the best hair protection available just for them.  Our additional  line of products compliment and support our vision of to embrace the little ones in our lives.

Team Kraddle Kare

~DaRai & Yvonne

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Customers Feedback


What can I do to stop my baby’s hair from thinning?

Don’t stress moms, baby’s hair thinning and balding is super common. 

Here are a few thing you can do to reduce baby thinning and hair balding. 

Tip : Reduce the amount of time that baby spends on cotton fabric.

  1. Add satin fabric or a satin bonnet to your baby’s car seat. 
  2. Add satin to your baby’s swing 
  3. Make sure you baby is having tummy time daily 
  4. Wear your Kraddle Kap satin bonnet during floor play and WHENEVER you feel the need.
Who is it for?

Black people- Brown people- White people- Pink people, Any color of the rainbow people- 

Some people think that hair protection is only for African American or black people. Or maybe you think that a bonnet is only for people with curly hair or thinning hair BUT that couldn’t be a more FALSE statement. Hair PROTECTION is for EVERYONE.

The Kraddle Kap satin bonnet is for EVERYONE! If you have a head, then our Kraddle Kap is for you. Our SPECIALTY is baby bonnets because of our unique size ranges however, we’ve found a way to accommodate everyone in any stage of life.

How do I pick the best size Kraddle Kap for my baby?

We always suggest you use our size chart to pick the BEST fit for your baby. The easiest way is for you to know your baby’s head circumference measurements, however, we’re always happy to help. Send us a message and we’ll gladly assist you!

Is it just a baby bonnet?

NO! It is NOT just a bonnet. You can simply, inexpensively purchase a bonnet for yourself or for you teenage daughter, but you have to be careful when using these on you babies because they’re NOT for babies. 

Our Kraddle Kap was constructed specifically for babies. We’ve payed close attention to the baby’s needs when crafting our Kap and we have several BABY sizes to choose from.

What’s the difference between the Adult Kap and the BIG Mama Kap?

The adult Kap is our standard, one size fits most bonnet. This is the typical size bonnet for natural hair. 

The BIG MAMA bonnet is extra big with added depth to protect long natural hair, hair extensions, box braids, and locs (and more).

How often should I get a new Kap?

Our bonnets does NOT have that bulky elastic strap in the band so we recommend that you replace your bonnet every 6-9 months. 

Although our stretch band is durable, we do expect stretching to occur after 6 months on constant use.

Why do you sell adult bonnets?

Initially we started with baby bonnets, BUT we just had to incorporate adult bonnets.  The baby is more likely to wear a his/her bonnet if they see mom is wearing the same bonnet. It is for the bonnet experience! It’s for the bonnet culture! #mommyandme

Where are the most common areas that baby’s developed bald spots?

The back and sides of the head are the most common areas you’ll see the bald spots. This also indicative of baby’s favorite sleeping position.

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