My 3-year-old granddaughters hair is thick. Can I wash it just once a month?
No, I would not recommend washing your granddaughter’s hair only once a month. After a month, the scalp and hair will accumulate too much build-up—especially if you’re using products every day like grease, gels and moisturizing lotions. For the next “hair washing day”, I would suggest shampooing with a scalp and hair purifying gentle cleanser like Carol’s Daughter’s Rosemary Mint Clarifying Collection. The shampoo is sulfate-free, and it removes all that extra residue from styling products and build-up that appears on the hair and scalp between shampoos. Then make sure you condition it with the Rosemary Mint Conditioner, it will replenish her hair’s natural moisture.
While I recommend that you shampoo and condition her hair once a week, if you can’t, try shampooing and deep-conditioning it every other week. Try Carol’s Daughter’s Black Vanilla Moisturizing Shampoo and Hair Smoothie. These products are so hydrating that they’ll make detangling and managing your granddaughter’s hair super-easy. Once you start using these products, “hair days” will be fun for you and her both. My whole family loves this collection, and I’m sure your family will too!
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