BEAUTY & CARE

Original Sprout Hair Care for Kids

One of my twin daughters has stick-straight blond hair while the other is a brunette with a thick mane of curly ringlets.  During the morning routine the blond is pretty easy — a quick comb through and she is good to go.  The curly brunette however, takes a little more work to get camera ready and I have learned that the easiest (and least painful) way to brush her hair is to use a gentle leave-in conditioning agent.

I recently picked up a bottle of Original Sprout Detangler and it works like a charm!  It was developed by a mom and is 100% vegan and made of all natural ingredients and free from all ammonia and chemicals.  It also smells absolutely amazing!  If you have a curly little one at home you might want to check it out.  I am off to order some of their other all natural hair care products.  Will keep you posted.

-Dina


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Comments (7)

June 30, 2010

I need some of this stuff! I have just had a battle with a brush, some massive curly hair and a long-suffering little girl this morning….
I have a question: have you found anything that makes little girls hair go curly instead of frizzy during the summer. I have the problem that my girls ringlets turn into a matte of frizz the moment the sun comes out…


Dina
June 30, 2010

I have not found a product yet to help it go curly and not look greasy at the same time. I usually looks frazzled no matter what I do which is usually why I resort to putting it all in a pony tail. I do love this spray in detangler though because it makes it less painful to brush and it smells amazing….like freshly bathed child.


Laurie
June 30, 2010

This stuff is great! I was introduced to the shampoo and the detangler at Trotter’s in London. The shampoo makes my daughter’s hair manageable and smells so good. The detangler is the best for her thick long hair. Anyway, try the shampoo for her curls.


June 30, 2010

Wow, I need this for my older son! His curly hair develops into dreads when I’m not careful to maintain his hair properly!


Christine
June 30, 2010

for curls, they need to be as hydrated as possible. with our little curly haired mystery (everyone in my husband’s family & mine has straight hair…) we shampoo no more than twice a week and use a leave in conditioner afterwards. if it’s starting to frizz and looks dried out, i’ll either add a little more of the leave in conditioner or spray a curly hair product that’s supposed to moisturize.


Jenny
July 2, 2010

As an adult with big curly hair there are a few golden rules to deal with it:
1 Never EVER take a brush or comb to it – worst thing you can do. Instead when the hair is wet do one shampoo and then add conditioner. Leave the conditioner on for a few minutes and then GENTLY detangle the hair. Then wash out the conditioner.
2 Use a product like John Freida curly hair gel afterwards – rub it in your hands and scrunch through the hair
3 If you want to put the hair up / dress it in some way, it works better if the hair is at least a day from the last washing.
4 Don’t wash it every day – it makes the curl lacklustre.

Good luck!


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July 8, 2010

Will have to try this product!


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