Ultimate Guide - Hair Care for African American Baby

Caring for Your Baby’s Hair: Guide to Hair Care for African American Baby

Organic Baby Curly Hair Care Products Learning hair care for your African American baby doesn’t have to be stressful. Caring for the baby’s hair isn’t difficult, once you’ve learned the basics of hair care and a few tricks.

  • The most important thing is to choose products that are made for your baby’s hair type. This will keep the hair in good condition. Then you just need to learn the basics of styling the baby’s hair.
  • A common mistake is to shampoo the baby’s hair too often. African American babies don’t need their hair washed every day. How often you need to wash it depends on the hair. If the baby has a lot of hair, washing it once a week is plenty. If the baby is multi racial, shampooing the hair twice each week will be enough. Washing the hair too much will strip the natural oils from the baby’s scalp. This will cause the scalp and the hair to be dry.

  • Conditioning the baby’s hair is an important part of your hair care routine. Remember that African American hair needs moisture. Be sure to use a good conditioner to keep the hair healthy. A deep conditioning treatment should be used once a month. A conditioning rinse can be used in between shampoos to keep the hair healthy.
  • Choose hair care products carefully for your baby. Using the wrong products can do more harm than good. A good moisturizer should be used every day as the hair becomes curlier. Once the baby turns two, you will need to use a natural oil for conditioning the scalp. Jojoba, avocado or coconut oils are good choices.
  • Use care when combing and styling your baby’s hair. Section the hair for combing and comb from the bottom up to avoid tangling the hair. A moisturizer will make combing easier. When styling the baby’s hair in braids or pony tails, use only covered elastics. This will prevent breakage and keep the baby’s hair looking great.
  • Learn about cradle cap so that you can properly care for your little one's hair.

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