Why do you need a good daily shampoo for babies?


A good daily shampoo for babies is a must! For hygiene as well as excellent hair growth. Let’s find out about one such baby product that most mothers swear by..

From changing diapers to giving  baby a bath – the prospect of doing anything to  baby can seem like a daunting task for all new parents. Washing a baby’s hair ranks rather high on the list of complicated things.good daily shampoo for babies 01

Fortunately, help is at hand to tell how to take care of a baby – your little bundle’s crowning glory. Some babies are born with thick Golliwog hair and some totally bald. But irrespective of that, a baby’s scalp needs to be washed.

Also, the issue is not whether you wash hair everyday or not, but more to do with whether you are using the right products. Also, with a right product, the first question really answers itself. The Himalaya Gentle Baby Shampoo is one such product.good daily shampoo for babies 02Practically speaking, if your baby has thick hair, it is bound to get sweaty, and therefore smelly as well as prone to infections, or in tropical and hot climate, even lice. However, in the case of your baby having sparse or no hair, even more caution is needed that chemicals (in the form of parabens, sulphates and so on) do not come in contact with the skin. If a shampoo has high pH levels, it can cause rigorous tangling of your baby’s hair. It is therefore advisable to use a specially formulated baby shampoo which falls in between the 4.5 – 6 pH range to avoid excessive tangling. The Himalaya Gentle Baby Shampoo is a bio-based shampoo, specifically formulated for babies and infants that is a mild, “no tears” shampoo. It softens, nourishes and improves your baby’s hair luster, leaving it soft and fresh.

Its main ingredients are not just completely natural, but also beneficial for babies. Chickpea, a natural source of protein, effectively nourishes hair, making it healthy and shiny. Shoe-flower, or Hibiscus, is celebrated in Ayurveda as a hair tonic because it contains natural oil that acts as a conditioning agent and softens the hair. It helps promote baby’s hair growth. Khus grass, with its antibacterial and anti-fungal properties, cools baby’s scalp.

What’s more, the easy, spill-lock packaging does not let the lid cap open easily; the shampoo does not flow on its own. This makes it child-safe and easy to carry during travel.

The packaging colors – white (signifying purity) and green (denoting the herbal base) with a hint of purple (representing a baby’s cuteness) are rather appealing too.

The Himalaya Gentle Baby Shampoo is available in different mother-friendly pack sizes, so can be easily put in the diaper bag, or the large bottle can be placed in the bathroom cabinet.

Daily shampooing will damage your baby’s hair only if you use a harsh, chemical-based product. Also many babies even lose their hair completely before they reach six months, sometimes even later, and is usually the result of friction from the mattress as babies spend a lot of time lying on their back. The hair grows back fairly quickly and can often come back a completely different color! Don’t be alarmed if your baby’s hair does some crazy things, as it is not a result of you washing it incorrectly.

Bath times and washing your baby’s hair are a time to bond with your baby and help her relax.  Use this time to massage your baby’s scalp, stimulate his or her senses, and really get to know your little one.

For everything else, you can rely on Himalaya Gentle Baby Shampoo.

For quick online purchase, log on to their website

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