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How to keep your child’s hair moisturized

Dry hair is a major issue in the natural hair community. Many parents struggle with keeping their child’s hair moisturized and for long periods of time.

Here are some great resources to help with keeping hair moisturized and healthy.

1. Using the L.O.C. Method to keep hair moisturized

The LOC method has been praised by tons of parents for its ability to keep hair moisturized for days on end. The name signifies the order in which products should be applied to the hair. This layering of products ensures maximum moisture retention by using oils and butters to seal moisture in as they are notorious for their ability to prevent water from evaporating from the hair shaft. Learn more: https://naturalhairkids.com/the-l-o-c-method-leave-in-oil-cream/

2. Using variations of the L.O.C. Method to keep hair moisturized

So you’ve tried the L.O.C. Method and it doesn’t quite work well with your child’s natural hair. You’re in luck! There are variations of the L.O.C. Method that may work better. Learn more: https://naturalhairkids.com/variations-of-the-loc-method-that-also-help-keep-hair-moisturized/

3. How to keep hair moisturized for long periods of time

Ok, so you have successfully learned the L.O.C. Method and have a few products that you can use to try the method, but do you know how to keep the hair moisturized for days at a time? Check this out: https://naturalhairkids.com/how-to-keep-childrens-hair-moisturized/

4. Using apple cider vinegar to add moisture and shine to hair

Apple cider vinegar (ACV) has long been praised for its ability to revitalize the hair and skin. It’s an all-in-one beauty staple that is easy on the pockets. The acidity of apple cider vinegar balances the hair’s natural pH levels which doesn’t strip hair of its natural oils like some shampoos can. Here’s how to use it: https://naturalhairkids.com/benefits-of-using-apple-cider-vinegar-on-your-childs-natural-hair/

5. Moisturizing hair while in a protective style

So your child has a protect style and it has given you a break from having to style their hair everyday. Don’t get too comfortable though, you still have to keep the protective style moisturized so that it doesn’t get really dry and damage the hair when you take the style down. Here’s how to moisturize natural hair when it is in a protective style: https://naturalhairkids.com/moisturize-childs-natural-hair-protective-style/

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