Frizz Attack

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Hana - February 25

My ds has recently developed this habit of rubbing his head against the bumper on his cot and this is casuing major major frizzy hair (he has LOTS of hair) . His hair is usually very silky and after he rubs it, it looks very very big, into knots and will not tame no matter how much i brush. He looks so funny like this but any ideas on how to get it back to normal without having to wash it? Thanks:)

 

EMBERBABY - February 25

Ughh I hate that too! Dd does the same thing! In her swing. in her crib, in her carseat, everywhere! I just started using a little bit of baby leave-in conditioner and it helps somewhat. I even have to take it with me at times because the moment I take her out of her carseat and I see her handy work it looks like I didn't brush her hair before we left home. I am hoping she stops doing this because she is really drying out her hair in the back of her head. Dd is 5 months how old is your son?

 

Hana - February 26

Emberbaby, ds is also 5 months. I woke up today to some very very serious knots and i dont know how to take baby knots out lol I need to get that conditioner you were talking about. Is using a tad bit of adult conditioner ok just until i get hold of the baby conditioner?

 

Hana - February 26

I got it!!! Emberbaby, i just wet my hand combed his hair and it completely tamed it:)

 

EMBERBABY - February 26

I use California Baby conditioner but I used adult conditioner (just a tad) before I found the baby conditioner at target =0)

 

tryingx3 - February 26

I too have used leave in conditioner (Infusium?)...bought the Johnsons detangler and it works, but what I bought smells funky!

 

EMBERBABY - February 26

trying3x, me too. I tried that same detangler but it turned my daughters scalp red. I don't know if its from the rubbing or the detangler but it did t twice so I just stopped using it.

 

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