CONDITIONING YOUR KID'S HAIR MADE EASY
So, it’s finally time to switch from the body wash/shampoo you used when your kid was a little baby to the kid’s shampoo and conditioner. Whether you’ve got a baby with unusually luscious locks, a toddler with miscellaneous snacks in their hair, or a kid who loves to style her curls daily, it’s always a good time to set them up for great hair care with conditioner. Here, we’ll break down how to condition your kid’s hair, the best leave-in conditioner for kids, and how to do it easily, no tantrum necessary.
When is it time to add conditioner to your kid’s routine?
If you’ve noticed tangles, snarls, or dry, brittle hair on your kid’s head, it’s probably time to start adding conditioner into the equation. Conditioner helps soften their strands and prevent damage, and makes styling easier.
How to add conditioner to your kid’s hair
You’re already shampooing your kid’s hair, so you know the drill. With conditioner, it takes a little more patience because you need to leave the products in your kids strands for a minute or more to work. So if your kid is impatient and wriggly, you’re not alone! The name of the game is distraction. Toys, or playing music on your phone – whatever gets your little one interested, pull it out while the conditioner works it magic.