Bald baby

Megan - posted on 06/01/2016 ( 2 moms have responded )




My daughter is mixed and her hair is not growing too much. She is 13 months ...when she was born she had more hair but it fell out..its slowly growing back in little curls. Is there anything i can do for it to grow faster? Has anybody experienced this?


Prevot - posted on 06/01/2016




I haven't experienced this , I have 3 boys . I believe the hair will grow, it maybe growing slowly but it wwi. Sometimes babies do drop the baby hair that they was born with especially if the hair was very soft and thin , the baby hair will fall and the hair will grow another way maybe very thick.
But also give her lots of juice and fruits , keep her on a healthy diet and you can by some oils to RUB the scalp like macadamian oil , or aloe vera oil, coconut oil, they help tremendous with hair growth.


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Sarah - posted on 06/02/2016




Moving my response to this duplicate:
My daughter had a mop of dark hair that all fell out and she was bald, really bald for two years. Her hair grew in much lighter and curlier but it took a long time. There is nothing you can do to make it grow faster. Good nutrition is probably the most helpful in healthy hair and nails.
I disagree that giving her juice will help her hair grow. The AAP advises no juice at all for kids under 5. It has loads of empty calories and is hard on her teeth. Rubbing oil on her hair will not make it grow. Oil can prevent breakage of the hair strands and split-ends allowing the hair to grow without needing a trim as often.

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