Many tod­dlers per­ceive dai­ly comb­ing as a night­mar­ish rit­u­al. Moms chase their princess with a comb for an hour to col­lect her naughty curls into a pig­tail. A famil­iar pic­ture?

Why do kids hate hav­ing their hair manip­u­lat­ed so much?

The hair of a child has a dif­fer­ent struc­ture than the hair of an adult. They are thin­ner and there­fore tan­gle eas­i­ly. The scalp of a child is del­i­cate, vul­ner­a­ble, and the child reacts more sharply to all pro­ce­dures if they bring pain or dis­com­fort. Add to this age-relat­ed rest­less­ness, an acute reac­tion to pulling hairs with a brush or comb — and now: the child is in tears, the moth­er is on the verge of hys­te­ria.

Here you can choose two paths:

  • The first is to cut the child’s hair as short as pos­si­ble.
  • The sec­ond is to choose the right comb for hair, care prod­ucts for chil­dren’s hair
  • and — ta-da! — turn an unpleas­ant pro­ce­dure into a mag­i­cal game.

Imag­ine, you can become the very super-mom who, admir­ing the well-groomed head of her daugh­ter, proud­ly says — “And my beau­ty loves to comb her hair!”.

Ready? Then go ahead!

And the fol­low­ing meth­ods and tools will help us in this:

  • baby sham­poo with a low acid lev­el (neu­tral pH);
  • aux­il­iary balms, sprays for easy comb­ing — to make the pro­ce­dure
  • comb­ing as easy and pleas­ant as pos­si­ble;
  • cor­rect­ly select­ed comb;
  • and let’s not for­get a com­pe­tent psy­cho­log­i­cal approach and game spir­it.

What to look for when choos­ing hair care prod­ucts for chil­dren.

You can pick up and sham­poo, and smooth­ing balm, and sprays for easy comb­ing. At the same time, pref­er­ence should be giv­en to well-estab­lished prod­ucts for chil­dren. First of all, we study the com­po­si­tion — the prod­uct should be as nat­ur­al as pos­si­ble. Sham­poo, spray should be hypoal­ler­genic, not have harsh fra­grances. Do not for­get the age rec­om­men­da­tions — for new­borns and babies up to 3 years old, their own line, for old­er princess­es — a line of 3+.

Choos­ing the right baby comb can be con­fus­ing for moms. Sure­ly, many moth­ers will even be sur­prised — is there a dif­fer­ence between adult brush­es and hair combs and chil­dren’s ones? Yes, and what else! Not attach­ing impor­tance to how to choose the right hair brush or comb is a mis­take.

Did you know that when comb­ing, you not only pre­pare the hairs to col­lect them in a hair­style, but also stim­u­late their growth? After all, comb­ing is also a mas­sage of the head, which makes the blood move faster. There­fore, it is worth pay­ing spe­cial atten­tion to the choice of a comb for a child.

So, we choose:

- We eval­u­ate the comb for the fre­quen­cy of its teeth and the den­si­ty of your child’s hairs. For sparse hair, you can choose a comb or brush with fre­quent teeth, if the curls are thick, the teeth should be small­er;

- it is prefer­able to opt for a comb made of nat­ur­al mate­ri­als, such as wood, as well as a hair brush with nat­ur­al bris­tles. High-qual­i­ty plas­tic is also suit­able, but if we are con­sid­er­ing a hair brush, it is ide­al if it has rub­ber­ized tips of the teeth. Avoid met­al combs and very hard brush­es with sharp teeth;

- it will be opti­mal to have sev­er­al combs for my daugh­ter: a mas­sage brush and a comb-comb for cre­at­ing hair­styles, divid­ing hairs into strands, cre­at­ing a part­ing.

And one more impor­tant point. A comb for a baby should be beau­ti­ful! It’s great if the hair­brush is dec­o­rat­ed with a pat­tern with your favorite car­toon char­ac­ters, or it has a cute ani­mal-shaped han­dle, or it folds up inter­est­ing­ly and fits into a princess’s purse! Maybe your fash­ion­ista wants to cre­ate a col­lec­tion of combs, brush­es and combs — help her with this! Get her a cos­met­ic bag, purse, cup or orga­niz­er for her favorite combs. Let her guide the beau­ty process and advise on which comb to use. Your lit­tle girl with dig­ni­ty and pride will spin in front of the mir­ror, flaunt­ing fash­ion­able pig­tails or a pony­tail, and, final­ly, she will tell her friends — “I love to comb my hair!”.

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