Hair Tips for Littles
Did you know that chemicals can be found in many store-brand hair products? These chemicals can cause breakage, dryness, irritation, brittleness and can even stop your hair from growing properly. Our hair is meant to be treated with natural and soothing ingredients, but this can be hard to find.
That is why we at Little Roseberry
are so proud to make quality, chemical-free hair products for your children. Our detangler can be used not only for those crazy tangles, but also as a leave-in conditioner. Made with ingredients such as aloe vera juice and vitamins, this product will leave hair healthy as can be.
Here's a few more tips on how to best and easily care for your little's hair!
Shampoo at the end of a bath so your little one isn't sitting in sudsy water, which may irritate sensitive skin.
When brushing dry hair, use a wide-tooth comb or boar-bristle or paddle brush. This will help brushing be a more painless experience. Wide tooth combs also promote shine!
- Don't try to remove a bad snarl by getting it wet. This will only make worsen the problem (and probably the tears too.) Opt instead for using our Little Roseberry detangler and hold the hair at the scalp while combing out.
- Starting at the top will make tangles worse. Begin at the ends and slowly work your way to the top while you gently pull apart knots with your fingers.
- Want to conquer a cowlick? Use a closely bristled brush and blow dry hair smooth from roots down to ends. Or use our Little Roseberry hair styling gel to slick it down or play it up!
- Use hair dryers on child's hair sparingly. If using heat on hair, make sure to lower the heat to keep the hair as healthy as possible.
- Use covered rubber bands and keep ponytails loose to prevent hair damage.
- If your little one has cradle cap, try massaging a little olive oil into scalp before washing with dandruff shampoo two or three times a week. This will help loosen the flakes!
- Wondering how often to wash all hair? On average, once or twice a week for babies, three times a week for toddlers and every other day for children over the toddler age.
There you go, mama. Your kiddo's locks will be gorgeous and healthy as can be! Have any more tips? Let us know in the comments below!