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Simple hair care tips to take care of your child’s hair this summer!

Summer is just around the corner, which means schools is out and kids are ready for some fun in the sun! Many things can cause your child’s hair to undergo some damage. Chlorine can turn hair into green-tangled messes and sea salts can dry it up, which creates brittle and crunchy locks. Here are some tips to help your child’s hair stay refreshed and replenished!

Start summer with a good haircut, which makes hair fresh and ready to grow!

  • For avid swimmers, use a clarifying shampoo. Fairy Tales Lifeguard Shampoo uses fruit enzymes and citrus extracts to safely remove chlorine, sea salts and minerals.
  • Follow up with a conditioner every day so hair doesn’t dry out. Using Lemon-Aid Conditioner helps to further remove excess add-ons that aren’t great for hair.
  • Use a leave-in sun spray, like CoCo Cabana Leave-in Sun Spray, fortified with vitamins, minerals and moisturizing oils. Coconut oil, banana extracts and jojoba will help create a barrier of protection from the sun and water.
  • If possible, rinse hair with warm water after swimming.
  • Use a wide tooth comb and work slowly through the layers to detangle.

For more information, please visit www.fairytaleshaircare.com

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Amanda Acuña an influential Mom Blogger. She created MommyMandy as an online resource to the parenting community. She is married to her high school sweetheart and has three daughters, ages 14,11, 5 and a son who is 2. They currently reside in Texas.

3 Responses to “Simple hair care tips to take care of your child’s hair this summer!”

  1. traci s says:

    this sounds good not only for kids but maybe mom too lol

  2. Tamara B. says:

    Thank-you for posting this would be greatly used in this house!

  3. Jessica says:

    The Fairy Tales Shampoo sounds so much gentler than what I’m using now! I love that the fruit enzymes don’t strip hair like harsh chemicals, I’ll have to check this out, my little one’s hair is very prone to knots after swimming!

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