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How to Determine Your Childs Hair Porosity & Create a Hair Care Regimen

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How to Determine Your Childs Hair Porosity & Create a Hair Care Regimen

Have you ever seen a cute style for your little one, but no matter what products you use, you just can’t get your baby’s hair to “act right”? You often think, what am I doing wrong? Of course we want our mini-me’s to always look their best whether we’re doing a wash n’ go or a cute up-do. Well don’t worry, we’ll help you crack the code. via GIPHY When it comes to maintaining your child’s natural hair, understanding the hair’s porosity is just as important, (if not more) as understanding the texture of the hair. Many products and techniques...

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Reagan Sanai Natural Hair Essentials New Products Alert

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Reagan Sanai Natural Hair Essentials New Products Alert

  We've been receiving you guys' comments on social media and your messages and we know you all have been patiently waiting for us to release our Avocado & Banana Deep Conditioner, and trust, we’ve been doing our best to get it to you. We’ve been keeping you all up to date with the process and we are proud to announce that it’s finally here! Oh, and guess what? We have two additional products to introduce as well.   If you’re just now hearing about Reagan Sanai Natural Hair Essentials, you probably don’t have a clue what we’re talking about....

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7 Tips to Care for Your Childs Natural Hair and Sensitive Skin During the Winter

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7 Tips to Care for Your Childs Natural Hair and Sensitive Skin During the Winter

Many parents often times aren’t aware of how to care for their little one’s natural hair properly. Add in cold temperatures and sensitive skin conditions to the mix and that pretty much makes any parent want to give up on maintaining those curls altogether. The skin is the largest organ of the body. Obviously, this includes the scalp as well, which is essential for healthy hair and growth.   If you have a child suffering from sensitive skin conditions such as eczema, then you may already be weary of what the upcoming cooler months will bring. For some reason, your...

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