Friday, July 1, 2011

Choosing the Best Hair Shampoo for Babies

Generally speaking, moms are very critical and keen when it comes to choosing the right product for the family to use. As a parent, there are various sources when it comes to product reviews, one of which is the the Consumer Rankings blog; these resources give valuable information about a particular product. If you have little kids, you cannot just afford to buy anything that is on the grocery rack for the family; even if it’s as simple as buying a hair shampoo for your baby.

A first time mom would normally ask friends and families about finding the right hair shampoo for the baby. These people give advices based on their experiences, or you can go to to get product information. You may also want to consider these helpful tips when it comes to choosing the perfect hair shampoo for babies:

• Baby’s skin is relatively thin and sensitive; find hair products which do not contain ingredients that can irritate the baby’s sensitive skin.

• Shampoo should be not containing any color, it should be clear and the fragrance should not be sharp too.

• It should be free of alcohol and soap and baby shampoo should be hypo-allergenic and must be dermatological tested to prevent irritation in baby’s scalp.

• It must be gentle, because suds would normally trickle in the eye area up to the mouth of the little ones.

• An important reminder to moms, the baby’s hair should be shampooed only once a week. You should use only a very tiny amount of shampoo for the baby’s hair and scalp.

In every product that moms purchase for their family, it is very important to always read the label and be informed about the product that you are about to give your family. It pays to read and ask in order to get helpful product information.


Clarissa July 5, 2011 at 6:08 AM  

My kids loves merit shampoo(shampoo in japan)~good for adults too!

OSeƱorita July 13, 2011 at 1:49 AM  

You're right. For us parents, we should only use shampoos with mild ingredients for our babies sensitive skin to avoid irritations.

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