How to Care for Your Baby's Tangled Hair

Based on content from JOHNSON'S® Mother & Baby

As your baby gets into her toddler years, she will be growing more and more hair. When washing your toddler's growing hair, use a shampoo that is formulated not to sting her eyes. For an even easier bath time, try one that foams quickly and rinses easily, such as [link to product ] . Ask your toddler if she wants to tip her head backward or forward ? she may also like to hold a washcloth over her eyes. Encourage her to help lather the shampoo before rinsing. The promise of a special game or story afterward may help your toddler cooperate.

Keep it Tangle-free

To help keep your toddler's hair tangle-free, try using JOHNSON'S® NO MORE TANGLES® Extra Conditioning Shampoo. It's packed with conditioners and detanglers to help unlock knots. When combing your toddler's hair, try distracting her with a toy or game to help her cooperate. Use a wide-tooth comb and a detangling spray, such as JOHNSON'S® NO MORE TANGLES® Detangling Spray. Compliment your toddler on her appearance and use positive reinforcement to help promote grooming routines. With proper hair care, you can help eliminate those tangles and make combing easy.