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Our curly hair products for kids are strong against tangles, but gentle on curls, with nice scents. We have well-known children’s shampoo brands, such as As I Am, Curl Keeper, CURLS, Novex and Shea Moisture. Children’s hair needs the right care. To care for curls in children, you don’t need super many products. But you do need the right products to start with the curly girl method.
We also offer CG products with protein and without protein. Want to try a kids shampoo first? Then choose the Curly Girl Samples.
For what kind of hair are the kids shampoos suitable?
Of course, a little curly’s hair is not comparable to that of an adult. We understand that it raises several questions. Do I need different products? Does it really go differently than with adults? And can you also apply the Curly Girl Method to children? We are happy to answer all your questions.
Whether your child’s hair is short, long, curly, straight, thick or thin, it needs to be washed to stay healthy. Like adults, each child needs a shampoo that meets their unique needs. This is based on hair texture, the health of their scalp and even the activities they are involved in. What matters is that you use products without sulfates, parabens and silicones.
Our hair products are suitable for every curl type!
Determining your child’s hair type is a helpful first step when following the curly girl method. This way you can easily find the right shampoo for your child.
Curls (Type 3) and curls (Type 4) benefit from moisturizing shampoos that cleanse the hair without removing the natural oils; keeping the hair hydrated is key. In the end, you’ll get the perfect curl.
How do I use hair products with my child’s hair?
Before washing the curls
If your child has lat of hair that tangles easily, then it is also possible to opt for a pre-poo. This involves washing with a “before” shampoo. So it is a treatment that you perform before the hair is washed so not yet with wet hair (final wash). A pre-poo can be performed on dry hair with an appropriate conditioner. To remove all residues and harmful ingredients from the hair you can use a final wash swiss shampoo or a final wash swiss conditioner. A final wash is always important to do before you start with the curly girl method.
After the final wash your hair needs some extra care. Because with frizzy and dry hair, it is important to nourish the hair with the right products.
Washing the children’s curls
What is most important when choosing a shampoo is that it cleanses the hair in a gentle way. And that the shampoo does not contain ingredients that cause a stinging sensation after contact with the eyes. This way you can be sure that it won’t hurt when the shampoo gets into your child’s eyes. This will prevent a child from getting upset and allow your child to enjoy the care and make sure she still enjoys it a little. Spray a small amount of leave in into wet hair and comb through the hair with your fingers.
Dry the curls
Once the hair has been washed and wet hair has been fed with a cream and/or gel squeeze the curls dry. This works best with a microfiber towel or a cotton t-shirt. Then let the hair air dry. If the hair needs to dry quickly, you can also dry the hair with a hair dryer with diffuser on the lowest heat and blow setting.
If your child has long hair, it is best to tie the hair in a loose high ponytail or bun. You can use a satin scrunchie for this.
For bedtime, it’s best to buy a satin pillowcase. Then the curls will not rub too much on the pillow. This will also prevent it from tangling. Dry hair gets tangled easily.
Comb out your child’s curls
If your child has strong curls or lots of tangles, you can use a Tangle Teezer after you’ve done most of the work with your fingers. This often causes a lot of drama for your child because it is painful. You may choose to alternate brushes and see what works best for your child’s hair. If it hurts less then it will be much more gentle the next time.
What ingredients do cg children’s shampoos contain?
There are a few ingredients in children’s shampoos that come back again and again because of their specific benefits.
Shea butter is excellent for moisturizing the hair and scalp.
Coconut oil helps remove sebum secretion from the hair follicles and strengthens strands.
Olive oil softens the hair and can even help remove dandruff.
CG Kids shampoos consist of four main categories of ingredients:
Surfactants: which cleanse and degrease the hair.
Foaming agents: Foaming agents make it easy to use and distribute the shampoo throughout your hair and scalp.
Substances that act as leave in conditioner and condition your hair.
Preservatives ensure that shampoo keeps its shelf life and prevents bacteria and fungi from growing in it.
Fragrance and colorants.
If you’re now wondering if it’s time to switch your child from baby shampoo to children’s curly shampoo, read on to see what we think and to get other questions answered before you buy a children’s curly shampoo and before you start using the shampoo.
But which shampoo is right for my child?
Finding the best natural shampoo for curly kids is easy at Kurlify, but you still need to know a thing or two about what your little curly one likes.
From coconut and watermelon to lemon and lavender, there’s always a scent your child will love. Now all you have to do is find the shampoo!
Take your time and check out our online shop with the best natural kids shampoos. All the kids shampoos on Kurlify have healthy ingredients and work great for curly hair!
For little curlies, curly hair doesn’t have to be difficult. Shop curly hair products for kids with curls from Kurlify and discover formulas designed to care for and style curly hair.
Kids’ hair needs the right hair care. A proper co-wash is cg proof. A co-wash can be found in our webshop.
Do the products from Kurlify use natural ingredients?
For new mothers it is a difficult task to keep the full curls in development and to keep them clean.
As a first step, they must choose a suitable shampoo, followed by the right application method. Children’s hair needs extra protection from harmful chemicals present in most commercial baby shampoos.
It is essential for mothers to be aware of the toxic elements and their adverse effects on their babies’ and children’s hair when choosing a shampoo. Therefore, using a shampoo with natural ingredients is a must.
Parents should focus on natural shampoos that help retain moisture and keep hair clean.
These family-friendly shampoos make for a great bath time. Kids will love the scents and you will love how soft they are!
For most parents, the cuteness of baby’s curly hair brings with it the challenge of caring for it properly. Difficult to maintain frizzy hair requires extra attention, especially when it comes to children. Curly hair needs less moisture than straight hair.
No matter what it looks like or feels like, as a parent or caregiver, it’s your responsibility to learn how to properly care for your child’s hair – not just so it looks good, but so you can teach them how to care for (and love) their locks.
Our recommendations for the best kids’ shampoos for curls
The Novex My Little Curls Conditioner: Does your child suffer from dry or damaged curls? Then choose the Novex My Little Curls Conditioner
The Spray Detangler of Novex My Little Curls: Does your child suffer from knots or tangles in its hair? Then choose The Spray Detangler from Novex My Little Curls. This hair mask softens beautiful curls and gives them shine.
As I Am Born Curly Avocado Shea Co-wash: This cowash cleanses the hair without removing the natural oils in the hair that keep it hydrated. Suitable for dry hair.
If you feel that a leave-in conditioner is not giving enough hold, you can also strengthen the hair with a gel. Apply the gel before squeezing the hair dry. If you use a gel then the hair becomes hard when it is dry. You knead this out, after which a full curl is the result. This also ensures that the hair gets extra nourishment.
Where can I buy kids shampoo with curls?
As a parent, it is essential to have the right hair care for your children. You need to look for the right hair care products that are safe for your child’s hair. If you are having trouble choosing the right shampoo for your children, check out our shampoos specifically for children.
When choosing a shampoo for children, it is essential to look for one that protects their sensitive skin and hair, while providing essential nutrients for the scalp. In this article, you’ll find some of the best shampoos for your kids.
Lorraine Massey has written a book for (the parents of) children with curls: Curly Kids, The Handbook.