HOW TO TAKE CARE YOUR BABY’S HAIR

Who doesn’t want their babies to have hair full of luscious locks ?, well I always do. But not all babies are born with head full of hair, and you cannot guarantee that the hair will be the same for the rest of her life. some baby’s hair grow from bristly to luxuriant and vice  versa. it all depends on how you take care of their hair. when babies are in the womb they are constantly soaking in all the nutrients that are necessary for hair growth that is why when she is born, she has the most softest and smoothest hair you have ever touched. but when she is out of the womb, she is encountered by various external factors which affect the health of the hair. hence is very important to provide that nourishment internally as well as externally. so that they have healthy hair.

A balanced diet

A balance diet that consist of all the essential nutrients that is responsible for the overall health of the baby and ultimately affect the health of  the hair. so you have to make sure that your is baby is getting all the necessary nutrients. i know it is not an easy job, but you have to do it. trust me

Keep the baby scalp nourished

Regular oiling: Oiling the baby scalp regularly,keeps it nourished and moisturized all the time. although there are many options available online and but you have to snap on the best sud available

Johnson’s Baby Hair Oil

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Although it is essential to oil the hair,but your baby should feel comfortable with oil the oil on the babies. some babies get irritated and fussy and overall it is not a good experience. well there pros and cons of it

pros

  • non sticky and mildly scented
  • enriched with avocado and pro vitamin B5 which is known to nourish and moisturize the hair.
  • clinically proven non irritating formula for baby’s tender scalp.
  • can be used daily

cons

  • contains mineral oil. so you want to think over it again.

Patanjali Shishu Care Hair Oil

Rs.85

If you want to go herbal on you baby’s hair then this is the hair oil for you. made of all natural ingredients, this oil makes up for your baby’s everyday hair routine.

pros

  • used olive oil as base, enriched with enriched with vitamin E, Almond Oil, Sunflower Oil, Mustard Oil and Coconut Oil for natural nourishment of Baby’s Hair.

cons

  • none

Composition Each 100 ml contains:

Olive Oil (Oliva Europaea) – 35 ml
Almond Oil (Prunus Amygdalus) – 10 ml
Sunflower Oil (Helianthus Anus) – 5 ml
Mustard Oil (Brassica Comprestris) – 0.5 ml
Coconut Oil (Cocos Nucifera) – 0.5 ml
Base Material – Olive Oil, Vit. E, BHT, Sugandhit Dravya – Q.S

Shampoo

Choosing the right shampoo for your baby is as important as it looks as any shampoo may affect your baby scalp leaving dry and itching and many other skin problems. here are some of our picks to make your job easy.

Baby Biotique

Disney Baby Bio Green Apple Baby Princess Tearproof Shampoo (190ml)

Rs.170.00

Go green with this refreshing flavour of green apple from biotique, which is known for it 100% herbal tearproof shampoo.

pros

  • 100% soap free 
  • pH balanced
  • refreshing flavor of green apple
  • natural blend of sea algae and centella

cons

  • none

Composition:

Chinai Ghas (Gelidium Cartilagineum), Mandukparni (Centella Asiatica), Shikakai (Acacia Concinna), Ghritkumari (Aloe Barbadensis), Ritha (Sapindus Mukorossi), Seb (Pyrus Malus), Nariyal Tail (Cocos Nucifera Oil), Purified Water Q.S.

Chicco 500ml No-Tears Shampoo

Rs.398.00

 

when it comes to brand then chicco (pronounced “kee-ko”) stands above the rest of the baby brands, this largest baby care brand comes from Europe, ensure that its product are up to  the standards of any parent. take home this expert for the complete care of your babies tresses

pros

  • No parabens, SLS or SLES Clinically tested
  • Dyes and alcohol free
  • Hypoallergenic
  • dermatologically tested
  • suitable for the sensitive skin of baby

cons

  • none

Sebamed Baby (children) shampoo 150ml

Rs.425.00

 

If your baby’s skin is highly sensitive, it is very easily prone to allergies leading to skin damage.  Ideal for cleansing and care the fine hair and delicate scalp of babies and children, minimizing the risk of dryness or irritation with a pH value 5.5 of healthy skin. All products of the sebamed range contain high-quality active ingredients which cleanse and nourish the skin without destroying the natural acid protection mantle.

pros

  • 100% soap and alkali-free
  • Herbal extract of Camomile alleviates irritation and soothes the skin
  • Excellent skin tolerance
  • Free from nitro-mochus compounds, formaldehyde, nitrosamines, dioxa
  • Herbal extract of Camomile alleviates irritation and soothes the skin

cons

  • none

Mee Mee Mild Baby Shampoo with Fruit Extracts (500ml)

Rs.279.00

Nourish your baby’s hair with this sud which is mild and clinically tested

pros

  • mild formulation
  • conditioner enriched, cleanses the hair and scalp,leaving the soft and shiny
  • no tears formula with natural extracts

cons

  • none

Pigeon Baby Shampoo 200ML

Rs.181.00

This Japanese giant is a well-known brand in the field of nursing and feeding, but it has also spread its wings in the baby care products which are best known for the their quality, convenience and affordability.

pros

  • Suitable for new-born baby
  • Leaves hair soft & tangle free
  • Enriched with olive , rosehip & chamomile extracts
  • Color & fragrance free

cons

  • none

Last but not the least use a soft towel to wipe the wet hair gently. As this may cause friction and damage the hair shaft, leaving the hair brittle and rough. Remember your baby’s health is in your hands.

keep the comments coming and feedback as well.

 

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