- Babies need some cleansers in their bath for hygiene. Washing with water doesn’t really remove dirt and ermm..other stuff that gets on babies.
- But some cleansers can dry the skin, especially those that make bubbles. And every parent knows, BABIES NEED BUBBLES!
- The brush is made of high quality nylon, which makes the brush durable, un-deformable ad functional.
- Big brush for the bottle, small brush for the teat (nipple). The brush handle makes cleaning easy and fun, and cleans the inside and the inner-corner easily, effortlessly and properly.
- Almost all commercial conditioners and “hair oils” have one ingredient in common. Silicone.
- Check your ingredients for anything ending in “cone” and that’s your silicone way up high in the list.
- Silicone is a clear lubricant and coats the hair to make it feel slippery and smooth, which people feel is “conditioned.”
- Silicone tends to build up on the hair which is why it can start to feel dead and rough, and then requires a rinse to remove the build-up.
- This was first made for a family member who had a scalp so itchy they went to bed with olive oil and cling wrap around their head.
- It took 6 months of trialling until we banished the cling wrap to the kitchen for good.