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Rub­bing sham­poo into wet hair causes ex­ces­sive break­age, so show your child how to gen­tly mas­sage sham­poo into their scalp us­ing their fin­ger­tips. Af­ter rin­sh­ing teach them to lightly pat their hair dry with a towel and air dry. Avoid rub­bing their hair with a towel as it can cause break­age. A wide-tooth comb is es­sen­tial for comb­ing wet hair. Comb from the top to the bot­tom to pre­vent break­age. So how of­ten should you wash your child’s hair? Well, that de­pends. Some kids have oily hair, so they’ll need to wash their hair more of­ten. You also need to con­sider how ac­tive your kid is – book­worms don’t need to wash their hair as of­ten as ac­tive, out­door chil­dren.

Easy Waves My Pre­cious Kids Magic 2-in-1 Sham­poo 250ml R22,66

African Pride Dream Kids Olive Mir­a­cle Creme An­tibreak­age Hair Strength­ener 170g R25,90

Natur Vi­tal Happy Kids Sham­poo 300ml R69,95

Py­lones Black Cat Lady Retro Brush and Mir­ror R199,95

Tan­gle Teezer Hello Kitty Tan­gle Com­pact Styler R290

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