Wednesday, June 7, 2017

How To Develop Natural Kids Hair Care Regimen

By Mark Adams

Most hair care products on the market have either toxic or lots of ingredients which might not be the safe to use on children. The fact that the bodies of children and brain are not fully developed make them at risk if exposed to such chemicals. It is, therefore, better to use natural products that are not only safe but also nourishes their bodies. Below are some tips on how to develop natural kids hair care regimen.

For first time mothers, developing a regimen might scare them. On the contrary, it is one of the simplest processes. The only thing that you should actually do is to develop a routine and stick to it. It might involve setting up some time, but this is what you need to do to keep hairs of the kid healthy.

The main ingredients that make up regimen development are cleansing, conditioning and caring. So, you should develop a routine guided by these three steps. That means you should be clear on the frequency of maintenance and how to do each activity.

Once you have outlined how you are going to implement your routine, it is time to implement it. Since there is no universally accepted way on how your routine should look like, you might have to go through trial and error at some point. At the end, you will have what will work for you.

The first implementation step is cleansing. While adults cleanse their hair less often, you should maintain a regular washing program for your child. A weekly cleansing routine is ideal. When done with cleansing, you should also condition it using regular conditioners. For optimal results, alternate between regular and deep conditioning. The final and most important activity you need to do is caring. This mainly involves detangling and styling. Of the two, detangling is the more difficult one. If it is not done keenly, it can cause discomfort to the child.

There are several challenges associated with developing a regimen for kids. One of the biggest challenges is working with lengthy hairs. If it is too long, it presents a big challenge to the person working on it. Most mothers dislike the idea of reducing it, so they overcome this challenge by increasing the time interval before next washing. For instance, you can maintain a weekly routine on the earlier days then reduce the frequency gradually to every two weeks then eventually monthly or every six weeks.

If you note hairballs, damaged split end, or popping strands as you detangle, you should consider trimming. You should only trim the damaged end or let a professional handle the job. Actually, your target is half an inch.

To this point, you should be able to handle regimen more comfortably. If you had tried before and you still face challenges, know that you are not alone. Hopefully, the above tips will help. This process of keeping the hairs of your daughter healthy does will not only make her look smart but it also creates a humble time to interact and have fun.

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