What You Won't Find In Our Products-Natural & Organic Products for Kids

What You Won't Find In Our Products-Natural & Organic Products for Kids

As parents, we strive to provide the best care for our children, and that includes their hair health. When it comes to choosing hair products for our little ones, opting for organic and natural options like our I Want It All Whole Collection Kit can make a significant difference.

Let's explore the importance of using organic and natural hair products for kids and discover why Reagan Sanai is a fantastic choice for their hair health.

A is for Allergen-Free:

Children's delicate scalps are more susceptible to irritation and allergic reactions. All of our products like the Moisturizing Aloe Refresher Spray are formulated with gentle, plant-based ingredients that minimize the risk of adverse reactions, making them an excellent choice for kids with sensitive skin and eczema skin.

B is for Chemical-Free:

Conventional hair products often contain harsh chemicals like sulfates, parabens, and synthetic fragrances. These chemicals can strip the hair of its natural oils and cause dryness and damage. Organic and natural alternatives, on the other hand, are free from these harmful substances, allowing your child's hair to thrive without exposure to unnecessary toxins.

C is for Cruelty-Free:

When you choose organic and natural hair products, you're not only caring for your child's hair but also contributing to a more compassionate world. We are committed to cruelty-free practices, ensuring that no animals are harmed or tested on during the production process.

D is for Detoxification:

Over time, conventional hair products can leave residues on the scalp and hair, weighing them down and potentially causing buildup. Reagan Sanai's products like our Moisturizing Black Soap Shampoo contains pure, plant-derived ingredients that help cleanse and detoxify the hair, promoting a healthier and more vibrant appearance.

E is for Environmentally Friendly:

By opting for natural and organic products, we show our commitment to protecting the environment for future generations. All of our products are made from sustainably sourced ingredients, grown without harmful pesticides and herbicides, and manufactured using eco-friendly practices. 

F is for Fortified with Nature:

Organic and natural hair products are often enriched with beneficial ingredients from nature. From the Infant Collection Kit to the I Want It All Whole Collection Kit, you can trust that all of our products are packed with nourishing ingredients. Ingredients like aloe vera, rosemary, avocado, vitamin A and E  help to promote healthy hair growth, enhance shine, and ensure the overall well-being of your child's hair.

G is for Going Green:

Using organic and natural hair products encourages a sustainable lifestyle. It teaches our children about making eco-conscious choices and caring for both themselves and the environment. By going green with hair care, we set an example of responsible consumerism and instill in our kids the values of sustainability and conscious living.

When it comes to our kids' hair health, using organic and natural hair products is a wise and loving choice. Our products are gentle, chemical-free, and environmentally friendly. By opting for them, we prioritize our children's well-being while fostering a deeper connection with nature.

So, let's embark on a journey of healthier, happier hair with organic and natural choices, because our little ones deserve the best!

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2 comments

I was wondering if there are any plans for removing the Behentrimonium Methosulfate from the leave in as it scores a 5 (moderately high) on the EWG scale for “Allergies and Immunotoxicity”? We would love to go back to using it, but this ingredient makes me so nervous for my young girls’ health.

Rachel L. Kay

Hi. Are your products fragrance free? My child has environmental allergies and eczema and anything with fragrance triggers an allergic reaction.

Cindy

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