The nighttime hair routine your child needs

The nighttime hair routine your child needs

As parents, we want the best for our children, especially when it comes to their health and well-being. When it comes to caring for natural hair, creating a nighttime routine is key to ensuring that your child's hair stays healthy, moisturized, and manageable. Find out the Reagan Sanai products that we recommend, why a nighttime hair routine is important, and get the tips on how to create one for your child.

why a nighttime hair routine is important:

 

  1. Adding Moisture: Textured hair tends to be drier than other hair types because the natural oils have a harder time traveling down the length of the hair shaft. At night, the hair is more prone to dryness as it rubs against pillows and sheets. A nighttime hair routine helps to lock in moisture, preventing dryness and breakage.

  2. Preventing Tangling and Matting: Textured hair is more prone to tangling and matting, especially when left loose while sleeping. We recommend to  braid, twist, or try a protective style to help prevent knots and tangles, making it easier to manage in the morning.

  3. Promoting Growth: By keeping the hair moisturized and protected at night, it helps promote healthy hair growth. This is especially important for children whose hair is still developing and may be more fragile.

Now that we understand why a nighttime hair routine is important, let's discuss how to create one:

  1. Step 1 Moisturize: Start by moisturizing your child's hair with the Moisturizing Aloe Refresher Spray. Be sure to pay special attention to the ends of the hair, as they tend to be the driest.

  2. Step 2 Nourish: After moisturizing, apply the Moisturizing Leave-In Detangler from roots to ends. Then proceed to braid or twist your child's hair. This also helps to prevent tangling and matting.

  3. Step 3 Seal: Lastly, to lock in the moisture apply the Nourishing Growth Oil directly on the scalp and hair. 

A nighttime hair routine is essential for promoting healthy hair growth. By following these simple steps, you can ensure that your child wakes up with moisturized, tangle-free hair that is ready to be styled for the day ahead. For added protection, you can cover the satin bonnet with a scarf or head wrap.

 

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