As parents, it’s our responsibility to look after our child’s hair and monitor it for changes as we shampoo and style. For instance, if switching to a different shampoo then it’s important to keep a diary of those changes so that it’ll correspond to any changes in their scalp or hair health. It’s a good idea to monitor your child’s hair as you make changes to the hair products they use. If you notice that their hair is getting oily, then increasing the frequency of shampooing is worth trying. Make a note of the change and if there's an improvement, then you can incorporate that extra day into their routine.
In addition, we recommend jotting down the products that you use so that you can trace any problems back to the small details such as the chemicals or ingredients used in specific shampoos. Your child’s hair could be negatively affected by certain chemicals that should be avoided in the future, and it’s really helpful to keep a diary of what products they use and what issues they’re facing.
One of the best ways to ensure that your child’s hair is kept healthy is to avoid these chemicals in the first place. Instead of relying on trial and error to find the right type of shampoo and conditioner, consider trying one of our award-winning shampoos that are free from parabens, phthalates, sulphates and other harsh chemicals that could potentially irritate your child’s scalp and damage hair.