6 WAYS to keep your child’s HAIR healthy

The Star Early Edition - - LIFESTYLE -

Achild’s scalp is more sen­si­tive and re­quires ten­der care. Here are 6 ways you can go about it. De-tan­gle: Split into small sec­tions and spray the Mizani Mir­a­cle Milk. Then de-tan­gle the hair from the tips of the hair in por­tions till you reach the roots.

Never brush from the roots as this will break the hair and hurt the scalp.

Use a tan­gle-teaser brush or a wide-tooth comb. Do not use a pad­dle brush or fine tooth comb as this will break the hair.

Sham­poo the hair with a La­dine deep cleans­ing sham­poo that gen­tly cleanses the hair and scalp with­out strip­ping the mois­ture.

Con­di­tion the hair with bio-con­di­tioner that de-tan­gles, treats dam­aged over stressed hair and con­trols fizzi­ness, restor­ing the hair’s mois­ture level.

Af­ter sham­poo and con­di­tioner, ap­ply a hair soft­ener which is a leave-in-treat­ment that will help to style the hair and fin­ish the kid’s treat­ment. This will leave them with good healthy man­age­able hair with­out pain and tan­gling.

* Al­ways use non-harsh prod­ucts for kid’s hair to avoid any dam­age that may ap­pear on their sen­si­tive scalp or break the hair.

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