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6 of the Best Natural Hair Shampoos for Children

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We probably get hundreds of emails from frustrated parents who are desperately trying to find the best natural hair shampoos for their children. With new natural hair products popping up on shelves almost monthly, we can understand how daunting of a task this can be.

Here are 6 of our top natural hair shampoos that have been curly kid tested and approved!

1. Bee Mine Moisturizing Shampoo

Product Features: Bee Mine Botanical Moisturizing Shampoo is loaded with botanical extracts to gently cleanse hair, remove residue and moisturize while enhancing natural shine. Leaves hair touchably soft & smooth. This formulation will nourish the scalp and strengthen the hair without stripping or weighing it down. Cleanse, hydrate and quench your thirsty dry hair with our botanical moisturizing shampoo. www.beemineproducts.com, $12.97

2. Kinky Curly Come Clean Shampoo

Product Features:Kinky Curly Come Clean Shampoo is a sulfate-free chealating shampoo. Cheleating is a fancy way of saying it removes hard water minerals. This shampoo is also great for removing chlorine from dips in the pool this summer. 

 

 

 

3. Eden Body Works Coco Shea Berry Detangling Shampoo

Product Features: This gentle cleanser is made with essential oils to moisturize and soften hair for easier detangling. It also won’t dry or strip hair. 

 

 

 

 

 

4. SheaMoisture Mango & Carrot Kids Extra-Nourishing Shampoo

Product Features: SheaMoisture’s gently cleanses and detangles children’s fine and delicate hair. Helps nourish and strengthen hair, while protecting against breakage. Sulfate-free.

• Made with natural and certified organic ingredients.
• Mango Butter is a moisture-rich emollient leaves hair feeling silky smooth.
• Carrot Oil nourishes hair, helping to prevent breakage and promote growth.
• Orange Blossom soothes sensitive scalps.

5. Mixed Chicks Kids Shampoo

Product Features: Keep your kids free from tears during bath time with Mixed Chicks tear-free kids’ shampoo. This gentle shampoo is easy on young children’s delicate scalps, so you can use it daily without worry. Swimmers can even use this shampoo to wash away harsh chemicals after a dip in the pool. Natural formula is free from sulfates, so you can feel good about washing your little one’s hair anytime it needs it. 

6. Curlie Cutie Cleansing Cream – Sulfate Free Cleanser

Product Features: This rich and creamy sulfate free cleanser gently cleanses your angel’s curls, hydrates, and conditions the hair all in one step! Produces a mild, gentle lather, as it is sulfate (detergent) free. Infused with Carrot Seed oil, Horse Chestnut, Sage Leaf and Arnica Montana Flower Extract, this exceptionally formulated cleanser with cleanse, hydrate and condition her hair all in one step!

You may need to experiment with these shampoos at first to find what works best for your curly cutie, so buy the smallest size  to test them out before you commit!

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4 Comments

  1. Chrissy P

    September 22, 2014 at 9:40 am

    From looking throughout the website the basic regimen gives 5 shampoos for kids and now this saying that this is the top6 shamppos for kids. None of them are the same. Same goes for the conditioners. Which do I go by?

  2. Amaka janelle joel

    March 15, 2016 at 5:56 am

    Were can I get d products, I’m in Gabon pls I need help

  3. Sally

    June 16, 2016 at 6:23 pm

    All these products are expensive. What happened to the good old products before the world went natural hair crazy? Africa’s pride, Africa’s best, Just for me just to mention a few. Are they no good anymore?

    • Cocoa

      August 8, 2016 at 1:16 pm

      That’s exactly what I was thinking. Those were simple afford products that did wonders on kids hair growing up. I haven’t seen any of them on any of these lists

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