17 Feb 2022 | 2 min Read
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New parents generally face the struggle of choosing the best baby products for their little ones. With so many options available, parents generally get confused when choosing the best.
Since the baby’s skin, scalp and hair are extremely sensitive, it’s important to make sure that the shampoo you choose for them does not cause any damage or harm to your baby.
Always prefer the safest baby shampoo or baby shampoo without any harmful ingredients or toxins.
In order to do so, here are 3 things to keep in mind when choosing a baby shampoo or hair cleansing product include:
1. Go for an organic and natural-based shampoo
Prefer choosing organic shampoos or shampoos that contain natural ingredients like shea butter, rosemary oil, aloe vera extract, triphala extract, or amla extract. Using products with such natural ingredients supports hair strengthening, hair growth, deep cleansing, and scalp nourishment. Since these products have natural ingredients, they are safer to use on your baby and it does not harm the baby’s hair and skin.
2. Avoid shampoos with a strong flavor, fragrances, and dyes
Shampoos with strong fragrances, flavors, and dyes generally make use of chemicals for enhancement. These hidden chemicals and artificial coloring agents lead to skin allergies, hair fall, skin irritation, dry scalp, and scalp itching. Choose milder shampoos that are free of toxins and chemicals to protect your babies from skin and hair problems.
3. Always read the label before buying
Do not believe what you hear. Always look for hidden ingredients. Always read the label and check for chemicals present in the shampoo that could harm your baby’s skin and also lead to hair damage. Choose shampoos that are free of tearing agents and toxins like sulfate, paraben, phosphates, alcohol, and formaldehyde
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