Warm hats are the norm in the wintertime. But with the on-off-on-again motion, there can be some serious tress stress. Tangles, snarls, static city. Suddenly, your baby'??s baby fine hair isn'??t so fine. Resident beauty expert Cheryl Fenton put a new product to the test to tame the tresses.
Then comes the inevitable screaming, the crying. And you haven'??t even touched their head with the comb yet. Oh baby, here comes LeBaby.
This kids line of hair care solutions recently launched its new Detangler spray, just in time for the season of tangles. It'??s made with the gentlest ingredients and free of sulfates, parabens and all harsh chemicals. It'??s also fragrance-free, so it doesn'??t have that '??baby smell'? that so many companies try to push with their kids'?? products.
One thing I loved about it was the nozzle. A direct hit to the knot, not a light mist that goes everywhere but where you want. Since it made it a little '??cakey'? when used on her dry hair, I only use it after the tub where it works magic. The Detangler contains active ingredients that help to loosen tangled hair upon application while also adding moisture and shine. Win-win.
So in our house, the tangle-induced crying has stopped. Now there'??s only a whimper when I reach for the brush. Old habits die hard.
Le Baby Detangler is available at www.lebabyinc.com for $7.95.
Cheryl Fenton is a freelance lifestyle magazine writer, with bylines in Glamour, CookingLight, Women'??s Health & Fitness and Wallpaper magazines. She'??s the founder of EasyPeasyBlog.com, which offers readers quick tips to achieving beauty, fashion, life and style all in record time.
Momtrends was not paid for this post. We did get a sample to test.