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Children may be similar to adults in many areas, but when it comes to children’s haircare, the simpler the better. Kids don’t need the same amount or volume of products that adults do. Imagine a toddler with fine hair. She certainly doesn’t need the same volume of products on her hair that her mother does. She doesn’t need gels, mousse, or pomade. For most children, washing, conditioning, and combing their hair daily with a soft-bristle brush is usually sufficient. Some children may need a detangler or oil. If your child has a dry scalp or a bout with headlice she will need shampoo for a dry scalp or a specially-treated shampoo to rid her hair of lice.

Children’s scalps are tender, and they don’t need chemical treatments or hard-bristle brushes. Use gentle shampoos that won’t sting or burn their eyes, and take extra care when combing or detangling. Also, keep in mind that barrettes, headbands, and clips can cause breakage and split ends.

Because children’s skin tends to lose moisture at nearly twice the rate of adult’s, they need special moisturizing lotion and skincare. Lotion, creams, and petroleum jellies help hydrate skin and seal in natural moisture. Other products are available to help children deal with their delicate skin’s moisture loss or eczema.
Mothers of young children may find vitamins and moisturizing lotions particularly helpful in healing C-section scars or stretch marks.
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