Hair Care

Melissa - posted on 05/02/2009 ( 8 moms have responded )

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Anyone have any suggestions for shampoo for my 7 month old baby girl? The regular Johnson & Johnson baby shampoo seems to be drying out her hair and scalp.

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Kala - posted on 06/07/2009

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i dont know about shampoo but theres a hair lotion called PINK u can get it almost anywhere. i use it for my daughters hair shes got hair just like me (wringlets) it works wonders

Cheryl - posted on 06/07/2009

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Dark and lovely do a great kids range that i found really helpfull with my little girls hair! Its available in Boots stores and isn't too expensive1

Brenda - posted on 05/30/2009

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I use Just for me Hair milk for my girls and it is amazing, it helps to detangle and it keeps their hair really soft. It also helped with keeping their scalps moisturized as well.

Gina - posted on 05/29/2009

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Hello! I have twin girl's that are biracial (black/white)and I also like the baby love product's. Any of the spray's work great. I usually use the spray conditioning detangler then I use the lotion to hold the front back and the ends. There is also a product called soft & precious that is a spray detangler with sheen in it. I've found that the sheen isn't so heavy on their hair and it give's it that soft shinny look and feel.

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leave in conditioner works well. Wash hair every couple of days, and don't use gels and hair spray till baby gets older. Best Wishes, Mommy Pruden

Amber - posted on 05/05/2009

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Also how often are you washing her hair? You don't need to wash it that much maybe once a week. And the baby love products we used to use on my neices hair it was great or just a little olive oil depending on the texture of her hair.

Damaris - posted on 05/03/2009

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it sounds like she is need of moisture. try baby love products. i have biracial girls and i am biracial myself. i specialize in the maintainability and hair care for biracial and ethnic children. Baby love sells products that smell great and are gentle on the sensitive skin of a baby. let me know if this works or doesn't. i have more suggestions

Solveig - posted on 05/02/2009

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It's normal that babies that age has dry scalp. We call it 'hedningshud' (vikingskin) here in Norway. They will grow out of it. What you can do is too put some foodoil on her head and let her sleep with it. Just remember to let her wear a thin cotton hat so you won't get oil all over the bed.



Good luck with it..

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