Did you recently notice that your toddler’s cute ringlets that you had always loved to play with have seemed to vanish? Wondering How to Bring Your Kid’s Curls Back to Life?
Parents of kids with curly hair often seem concerned about the straightening of their child’s curls as they grow.
If you are a parent wondering why your kid’s hair has straightened and how I can bring the curls back, this post is for you. Find out how you can get your kid’s curls back.
Provide the Right Care
With improper hair care, curly hair may straighten up over time. But if you want to bring your kid’s curls back to life, you must provide the right hair care.
Some of the measures you will need to take include
- Reducing shampooing frequency,
- Use of gentle hair products that do not contain harsh chemicals such as sulfate, silicone, and parabens,
- Co-washing or regularly conditioning your child’s hair to provide adequate nourishment,
- Regularly massaging the scalp using lightweight, moisture-rich plant-based oils,
- Avoid brushing your child’s hair; instead, use a wide-toothed comb to detangle it.
Incorporate a Balanced Diet
Along with providing appropriate hair care, you also need to focus on what your child eats. For reviving healthy curls, ensure that your child’s diet is made up of a lot of plant-based protein, healthy fats, omega-3 fatty acids, and antioxidants. So don’t forget to add plenty of citruses, avocados, bananas, kale, spinach, and oatmeal to your child’s diet.
Remember, when your child’s hair gets all that they need to grow both inside and outside, it helps them maintain and regain their natural texture.
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