Infant Hair Care Tips

Infant Hair Care Tips

Infants Hair Tips


Like so many things about an infant, from weight to sleeping habits, infants hair can vary from one infant to the next. Whether your baby is born with a lot of hair or little amounts of hair, don’t get too caught up on the look of it. Don't let their strands stress you out because, an infants hair will grow with time, proper maintenance, and a great regimen. We've done the guess work for you by providing certified natural & organic products to guide you along the way. 

 Wash as Needed 

Bath time is the perfect time to wash your little one's hair with our Moisturizing Black Soap Shampoo. Its important to remember that washing your infants hair should only be done once a week for African American infants and up to 3 times a week for infants with thinner hair. As your infant grows, you can begin to wash more frequently.  This is just a reminder that our products are not tear-free but they are gentle! Our Wash Cap Visors are perfect to help avoid product from entering in your little one's eyes.


Revive Curls 

With infants comes bed head and troublesome curls. For everyday needed moisture you can use our Moisturizing Aloe Refresher Spray to revive and moisturize their curls. This organic hair moisturizer and all natural reviving hair mist is formulated to help detangle, lock in moisture, enhance curls, and more. 

Hair Tip: Apply Our Mango Butter Soufflé  to seal in the moisture.


Treating a Dry Scalp

The condition that all moms know about all too well is "cradle cap". This condition is nothing to worry about, but it does become bothersome to deal with. Our products help to eliminate cradle cap and dry scalp. Start by washing as usual with our Moisturizing Black Soap Shampoo, while shampooing gently rub your little ones scalp to loosen up the dry skin. Afterwards apply our Mango Butter Soufflé to seal the moisture in. If the condition worsens, consult your infants physician.


We hope these tips were useful. Feel free to comment and ask us any questions!


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