3 Easy Steps To Wash Your Toddler’s Hair
Getting your toddler to sit still for anything is a pretty difficult task so getting their hair clean will require patience and lots of swift movement on your part. It might take you almost an hour to prep, shampoo, condition, detangle and style your hair but for kids, especially toddlers, you need to be able to do it in a fraction of time. Washing your Toddler’s Hair need to be quick and straight to the point since they have very short attention span and because we want to ensure they are safe.
How to Reduce Your Toddler’s Hair Regimen
First, know that it is only necessary to wash your toddler’s hair when it is dirty. While you may have a strict hair routine to retain length for your hair, it’s not necessary to do this for small babies. If your baby’s hair is dry and in need of moisture, get a natural leave in conditioner and apply it at bedtime.
Next, the following are 3 easy steps to washing your toddler boy or girls hair. When doing these steps, remember to always ensure your baby is safe and secure. Keep a towel nearby to remove water from his face and move as quickly as possible. If you baby is uncomfortable or in pain stop immediately and try again another time. It can take a few attempt for your baby to get used to having his hair washed.
3 Easy Steps to Wash Your Toddler’s Hair
- Shampoo using a tear free or natural ingredient cleanser, then rinse the shampoo out
- Pick a conditioner that is safe to leave in your toddler’s hair. Skipping the conditional rinse out portion can reduce wash time drastically and the extra conditioner is great for your baby’s hair shaft.
- Choose a oil and/or cream to seal in the conditioner of the hair after you detangle.
Watch this video of me washing my 1 year old son’s hair. Press play.